This Porsche 911E equipped with a sliding roof and leather interior was delivered to Mr. A, Cobb in California in September 1968. In October 1970 the car was purchased by the current owner in San Francisco and, in connection with his move to Geneva, was imported into Switzerland in 1973 and registered here for the first time in July of the same year. In 1978 he sold the car to Mr G. White from San Jose and the 911 once more undertook a journey to the USA. In about 1981 White had the car repainted in its original colour. In 1984 he split up with his business partner and the Porsche was dry stored for the next 28 years. In 2012 after being bought by a Dutch dealer, the 911, now for the 4th time, started its journey across the pond. The current owner discovered the car with this Dutch dealer, and he bought it for a second time in November 2013. After the purchase the car was delivered to Germany for various jobs to be completed. This included dry ice blasting of the chassis underside, overhauling the injection pump, reupholstering the driver seat, replacing various coachwork seals, restoring the rims and installing new tyres. In 2019 the engine, gearbox, brakes and suspension were all overhauled by a Porsche specialist in Lausanne. Extensive documentation for all the work undertaken is available. This 911E, one of the rarest 911 variants altogether, is in good, original condition and presents itself still in the original colour combination. Another important plus are the matching numbers engine. The last MOT was completed in September 2020.