1972 Porsche 911


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French registration - Car formerly restored by a specialist - Unusual color, in very good condition This car was delivered new in France, in Avignon. About ten years ago, the car received a complete overhaul by the garage Terriou, at Crosne, on the Essonne. The work has been done carefully and the body has been replaced by another 911's, in a much better original condition, on which the serial number has been carried over. This 2.4-liter 911 S is presented in its original color, a sepia brown, reference number 415, with a body and foundations in good condition, as well as the chrome bits. The wider rear fenders are those from a 2.7-liter and the car features beautiful Fuchs wheels in polished aluminum. Inside, stylish bucket seats in beige leather, door trim and matching carpets are in beautiful condition. The dashboard is well preserved with a Blaupunkt car radio from the era. Period options are the electric windows. The mileage was reset when restoring, and the car now boasts 21,021 km. It will be sold with its original tool kit and Porsche pump. This 2.4-liter S version is one of the most popular of all the early 911s. It actually combines the purity of line of the first generation with the brilliant performance possible with its 190bhp engine. It has the front spoiler that appeared in 1972, a feature which substantially improves high-speed stability.