1974 Porsche 911 "G"


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Porsche 911 S 2.7 (1974), CHASSIS N. 9114300985, ENGINE: Six Cylinder Boxer, DISPLACEMENT: 2687 cm3, POWER: 177 BHP, BODY STYLE: Coupé, A 911S 2.7 LIKE NEW; The Porsche 911 is an iconic sportscar built since 1963 in many versions. These can be divided in two groups, as the first had an air cooled engine until 1997 and later adopted a liquid cooled one. The original 911 (or 901 as its Project Number) was designed by Ferry Porsche for the technical part, while his son Ferdinand Alexander “Butzi” looked after the bodywork. The first 82 units produced in 1964 were called 901s, and then this was changed to 911 due to a licence claim from Peugeot. The 911 was a 2+2 Coupé with rear engine, rear wheel drive, torsion bar independent suspension, disc brakes and five-speed gearbox. The air-cooled 180° Boxer engine had a displacement of 1991 cm3 and a power of 130 bhp. In 1966 the 911S version was launched, with a power of 160 bhp obtained with a number of engine refinements. In 1968, the wheelbase was stretched by 6 cm. to give an easier and more predictable handling to the car. As the car grew and the American anti pollution regulations came in place, the displacement was raised to 2687 cm³, and all versions adepte the mechanical fuel injection. At that point, the range had the standard 911 (150 bhp), the 911 S (177 bhp) and the 911 Carrera (210 bhp), all available with a Coupé or Targa body. The 911S 2.7 was a very exciting automobile with a very strong acceleration and top speed, and still is a very sought after classic Porsche. This car has been completely restored following the specifications certified by Porsche, and it is therefore exactly as she was when it came out of the Zuffenhausen factory. The vehicle is in excellent mechanical condition but for safety reasons, we advise the purchaser to have it checked over and to replace the fluids, filters and perishable elements.