This 1971 F-model Porsche 911 T is a real barn find! The burgundy red sports car was brought back to light after a long time and re-imported to Germany; originally it had been delivered to America.
The car is in a fascinating original condition and comes with the attractive Fuchs wheels. The black leatherette interior is complete except for the missing rear shelf. The driver’s seat is damaged. The original radio is on board.
Owner’s manual, service booklet and several repair receipts are available.
Technically the Porsche is almost entirely complete, however, due to the long storage period it is currently not ready to drive. What with the existing original substance, this is a perfect restoration project for someone who still has space in the garage.
In 1966, Porsche expanded its model range to three models. The models T, L (later replaced by the designation E) and S differed mainly in terms of engine performance and the features’ list. The 911 T was the entry-level. the 911 S the top model. In 1969 the engine capacity was expanded from 1,991 cc to 2,195 cc. Two years later, there was a further increase in displacement to 2,341 cc. The power output of the engines went up accordingly, so that the top model, the 911 S, took to the streets with 140 kW (190 hp). It should also be mentioned that the wheelbase grew by 5.7 cm as of 1968.