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    1 174 km / 730 mi
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A very beautiful and well-built Porsche 911 R from 1968. As the basis of this R rebuild, a 1968 Porsche 911T Short Wheel Base was used, which was rust and damage free: the perfect basis, in other words. its low weight of less than 800 kg makes this 911 a car that is very suitable for mountain roads. Makes for a pure driving experience!

Year of manufacture: 1968.
Inspection or MOT: no valid MOT, exempt from periodic vehicle inspection in the Netherlands
Documents: Dutch registration.
Transmission: manual.
Engine: 3000cc, 6-cylinder boxer, 215hp.
Fuel: petrol.
Colour: Grey
Mileage: 1.174 km (read!)

Maintenance condition: The engine runs fine, the gearbox shifts well and the brakes work properly. The car drives as it should. The engine has been adjusted and runs very nicely, the transmission is a 901 Dogleg with a short transference, the chassis is from a 911 S.

Paintwork condition: Paintwork is in good condition, it is an older paintwork and shows signs of wear. The paint / lacquer is in good condition considering its age. Paintwork has been redone during the building process.

Interior condition: The interior is in good condition and finished in dark red vinyl. Only the most necessary was placed in the interior, to keep the weight as low as possible. No dashboard was placed, the windows are plastic, the car has no carpeting.

Options: Very low weight of approx. 800 kg, very good roadholding, very sharply adjusted engine, very short transference for fast acceleration.

Specs & upgrades:
– 3.0 litre 6-cylinder, 215hp/290nm (power printout included)
– 901 Dogleg transmission with short transference
– Weber carburettors
– Sharp camshafts
– 2 lightweight bucket seats
– Half roll bar
– Lightweight attachments (doors, fenders, etc.)
- Chassis full S version
– Brakes full S version

The car can be viewed and collected in Musselkanaal, the Netherlands. Viewing is possible from Monday to Saturday between 8.30 am - 5 pm! The photos are part of the description, so please take a good look at them! It is recommended to view the car prior to placing a bid. The vehicle needs to be picked up within 4 weeks after the closing date of the auction, storage costs will be charged after this period.

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