This classic car is for sale on Catawiki. To have more information or to place a bid click on the "BID NOW" button. .Don’t miss out on this opportunity and become the new owner of this timeless classic Porsche Coupé! This is an auction WITHOUT RESERVE PRICE.
The Porsche 911 is the best known sports car by Porsche. The look of the car was designed by Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche, the grandson of Ferdinand Porsche and founder of the brand Porsche. The well-known shape has barely changed in the past 50 years.
This classic 911 (G Model) is seen less and less often and is becoming quite a rarity on the streets. This is a well-maintained car that starts straight away, idles nicely, accelerates powerfully and shifts smoothly through all gears. Recently resprayed (in the Netherlands) in the original colour #027 Guards Red (in March 2020). In addition, the car had a small technical service in May 2020.
The Porsche still has the original engine and transmission (matching numbers). The interior is still very neat (except for a tear in the passenger seat (see photo), the engine space looks fresh and maintained. The car also has a sliding roof, Fuchs rims and the original manuals are also included.
It’s rare for a Porsche 911 to be auctioned in such original condition. It’s also become more rare and sought after so don’t miss this opportunity and become the owner of this stunning classic.
Information about the car:
Porsche - 911 S 'Sunroof' Coupé 2.7L - 1976
Brand: Porsche Type: 911S Coupé Year of manufacture: 1976 Colour: #027 Guards Red Engine and power: 2.7L 6-cylinder boxer engine (2687 cc) (matching numbers) Fuel: Petrol Transmission: Manual Odometer reading: 079,321 miles Number of keys: 3 Margin: yes Registration: USA registration en European import documents VIN: 9116200461
OPTIONS: - Leather upholstery - Leather seats - Leather steering wheel - Radio - Rev counter - Original Porsche rims
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: - Resprayed (in the Netherlands) in March 2020 - Original manual included
The car can be viewed and picked up in Schiedam, the Netherlands. All technical inspections, test drives, and viewings are possible prior to placing a bid. You may contact the auctioneer in case you have any questions.