1970 Porsche 911


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    32 106 km / 19 950 mi
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Supplied new in Germany in 1970 by Porsche main dealer Gottfried SchultzFinished in the rare colour of Weissgrau a typically period shade of grey-whiteOptioned when new with electric tinted windows and a limited-slip differentialStaying in Germany until the 1990s, the car was then restored by a Dutch collectorImported into the UK in 2005 and subsequentlysold by Silverstone Auctions in 2015The buyer, a significant collector, is presenting the car freshly serviced and MOT'dThe odometer reading is some 31,026km (atoc) and the history file is a delightIn 1970, Porsche increased the capacity of the successful 911 range to 2165cc. Specific to the 'S' model was a re-profiled camshaft, larger valves, better porting, higher compression and larger jets for the Weber carburettors. The S version was now producing 180bhp and the model was well underway inestablishing Porsche as a world leader in the production of sports cars and motorsport. From club racers to World Championships the 911 would become an integral part. The 911S providedthe basic underpinnings of the 911 2.7 RS; a platform that would provide successes at the Targa Floria, Daytona, Sebring, and the Nurburgring all by the mid-Seventies.Finished in the rarest and very period colour of Grey White (Weissgrau) with a black interior, this beautiful 911 2.2S has been restored to a very high standard. It was originally supplied new in Germany by Porsche dealer, Gottfried Schultz, where it remained until the 1990s when it was purchased by a Dutch collector. The restoration, at some stage, included the replacement of the engine case of the correct type 911/02, signifying a 1970/71 2.2S. It's also stamped AT' which indicates it is a factory replacement and bears the engine no. 6302110 which is confirmed as the original matching engine number. The factory also confirms that it had the following options; limited-slip differential, electric windows and tinted glass. It was imported into the UK in 2005, registered on the 14/06/2005 and was sold to the current owner by Silverstone Auctions in 2015.The car has been in our vendors private collection, garaged together with some significant Porsches and Jaguars, and used occasionally for fair weather outings. The history file contains receipts of maintenance works by various UK Porsche specialists and shows evidence of its earlier history. Presented to auction freshly serviced by marque specialists Davie Griffiths Racing, an odometer reading of some 32,106km and an MOT valid until October 2021.You can book an appointment (up to one hour) to view this lot at our central location at Hall 1, NAEC Stoneleigh Park, Coventry, CV8 2LG Monday to Friday between the 1st and 12th November. Please contact Arwel on 07434 960868 [email protected] secure your appointment or to discuss the car in more detail. The health and safety of both our customers and team remain the utmost priority, we are therefore operating to strict COVID-19 guidelines and full instructions for arrival and inspection protocols will be given when making your appointment.1970 Porsche 911 2.2 Shttps://youtu.be/uj0FQRepfOkfalse