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    30 164 mi / 48 545 km
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    United States
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Chassis No. 9110200299

Engine No. 6201189

It is said that the ever-popular 911 is an accessible sports car that can be appreciated by anyone looking for something with exceptional vintage appeal. Yet for many interested in the 1965-1973 early 911 era, there are examples, such as this 911 E, that offer the special look and feel that the true connoisseurs of Stuttgart's appreciate. Ordered within Germany, this 911 was optioned with one additional extra, the beloved but rarely originally ordered Porsche side stripes in Black. New for 1970 were 2.2-liter engines across the entire model range with increased power and torque. It was specified with the uprated 911 E Einspritzung engine with mechanical fuel injection – just like the 911 S and finished in the electric shade Conda Green, one of 13 exceptional colors offered that year.

Its history file reveals paperwork from its time in Germany prior to importation by Robert Tobin between 1984 and 1985. Prior to leaving Germany, and after Tobin's purchase, it was sent to the famous RUF Automobile of Pfaffenhausen, Germany. RUF was tasked with converting it home-market specification to U.S.-specification for ease of import. When completed, import paperwork shows it entered the U.S. in 1985. No doubt enjoyed in the U.S. as it had been while in Germany, the car was sent to Daniel Jacobs Specialists in 2011 for a restoration in its original shade of Conda Green. When it emerged from Jacobs' Oxford, Connecticut shop in 2014 its specification had been subtly enhanced. The resplendent exterior now featured through the grille fog lights, an aerodynamic 911 S front spoiler, and "deep six" Fuchs wheels reportedly restored by Harvey Weidman. The exceptionally stock interior was brought alive with black leather sport seats featuring black and white Pepita cloth inserts and perforated bolsters.

Appearing in very much the same highly-desirable condition as when it was completed, it is noted to retain its matching numbers 2.2-liter engine as per its Porsche-issued Certificate of Authenticity. Furthermore, it is offered with the previously mentioned history file and a toolkit should the mood strike to attend a Porsche concours, where it should no doubt make a good showing.

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