1973 Porsche 911

911S

Zusammenfassung

  • Baujahr 
    1973
  • Kilometerstand 
    98 565 mi / 158 625 km
  • Automobiltyp 
    Coupé
  • Chassisnummer 
    9113300017
  • Motornummer 
    6330029
  • Losnummer 
    138
  • Schiebedach
    Ja
  • Lenkung 
    Links
  • Zustand 
    Restauriert
  • Innenfarbe 
    Schwarz
  • Innenausstattung 
    Leder
  • Anzahl der Türen 
    2
  • Zahl der Sitze 
    2
  • Standort
  • Außenfarbe 
    Silber
  • Getriebe 
    Schaltgetriebe
  • Antrieb 
    Zweirad
  • Kraftstoff 
    Benzin

Beschreibung

ONE OF THE 1ST IMPORTED

-Matching Numbers

-Well Documented History

-Original Factory Colors

-Fully Restored By Phil Bagley From Klub Sport

-Tools & Books

-Porsche Certificate Of Authenticity

Keno Brothers Fine Automobile Auctions are honored to be able to offer one of the very first 911S’s to be imported into the USA in 1973. This was the 17th car built, making it one of the rare examples to have come from the factory with black bumperettes. A superb example restored from the ground up by Phil Bagley of Porsche Klub Sport Racing in Florida. This early 911S is ready to be a perfect driver or show-stopper. If you have been searching for one of the earliest 911S to be imported to the USA, here is one of the best.

THIS CAR’S PAST

1973 Delivered to its first owner in Leewood, Kansas. He then sold it to Dr. Hardtongue, in Wichita, Kansas.
1974 Dr. Bill Hardtongue in Wichita, Kansas owned it for more than two decades..
1990s #0017 showed up at a track with a roll bar and fuel cell. It is believed to have raced at only at 2 or 3 events.
2002 Danny Stewart from Tampa, Florida purchased 0017 and hoped to, some day, return it to its original condition. As the years passed by, Stewart realized he no longer had the time and sold the car to Keith Ennis.
2007 Keith Ennis, in Jupiter, Florida, undertook the project and began to turn the car back into a street car. He removed the roll bar and fuel cell and began the restoration. In his detailed report on his exploration of the 911, Ennis states that the car has never been cut up or hit. - * Quoted from the “early 911 registry.org”
2009 Phil Bagley from Klub Sport took the car over from Ennis and completely restored the car from the ground up. Phil states that the first cars did not have chrome bumperettes; they were delivered from the factory originally black. Phil also states the car had no rust and no sign of damage anywhere. Phil remarks that the car was about to be loaded on a truck, ironically, back to Wichita, Kansas, when the buyer changed his mind at the last minute and didn’t take it.
2012 6/12/12 Car showed up on Pelican parts for sale for $138,500. (Phil Bagley)
2012 Steve Serio of Aston Martin, Lotus of New England acquired the car.
2012 Sold, now in the hands of its current owner, who prefers to remain anonymous.
Special thanks to Phil Bagley, from Klub Sport, for filling in the gaps in this car’s legacy.

THINGS TO CONSIDER

One of the very first, black-bumperette models imported, and sure to get front row at any Porsche meet.
A 911S will give a good driver enough thrills that he automatically ‘ups his game’.
The current trend in the Porsche market is markedly upward, with today’s sale price norms probably becoming tomorrow’s bargains.
According to past inspection, this car been correctly restored and maintained by marque experts.

SUMMARY

This is the 911S to buy, if you’re searching for a vintage street racer that will run with many of today’s hot sports cars. Its consistently solid, superb condition add to its cachet, and is the ultimate reassurance for a buyer.