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The Porsche 912, a four-cylinder, entered the European market in April 1965. This model would become a great success. The 912 coupé was built by coach-builder Karmann and Porsche. This was two years after the start of production of the 911. Visually it is indistinguishable from its larger brother, the Porsche 911.
Thanks to the lighter engine, the roadholding of the 912 was considerably better than that of the first 911s. This early Porsche 912 features a properly running engine (engine code 4095787) and the original manual transmission (164951). The car starts immediately, idles nicely, accelerates powerfully and shifts smoothly through all gears and brakes properly.
The car has nice red paint and the interior still looks very neat, especially for its age. An extra set of rims is included (see photos), the car has the original 1967 Porsche 912 rims as well as a set of Fuchs rims.
It had a new Dutch periodic vehicle inspection in August of this year, it’s ready to be driven (and enjoyed).
This is a true ‘collectors item’, it’s a olid investment in the current rising Porsche market. This Porsche is becoming more rare and sought-after, do not miss this opportunity to become the owner of this beautiful classic car.
Porsche - 912 Coupé 1.6L - 1967
Brand: Porsche Type: 912 Coupé 1.6L Year of manufacture: 1967 Colour: Red Engine and power: 1.6L 4-cylinder Boxer Engine, 101 HP (engine number 4095787) Fuel: Petrol Transmission: Manual (gearbox number 355547) Odometer reading: 61,988 km Number of keys: 1 Margin: Yes, Dutch margin car Documents / registration: Dutch registration with a valid Dutch periodic inspection until 27 August 2022. VIN: 355547
ADDITIONAL REMARK: - Bottom never welded, 100% original
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.