|Year||1970||Engine capacity||2165 cc|
|Exterior colour||Silver-grey metallic||Engine configuration||6-cylinder with carburation|
|Interior colour||Black||Engine number||6101066|
|0 - 100 km/u||6.9 sec||Wheels||Pirelli P4000|
|Top speed||205 km/u||Production numbers||3435|
|VIN number||9110100444||Other||beautiful and professionally restored|
Out of love this 911T was professionally restored in 2011. In 1970 Karmann supplied the body to Porsche, that fitted the car with a six-cylinder boxer engine of 2165cc producing 125bhp. On behalf of the relatively low weight, you could still call it a sporty car today. Although that is most likely not what you are after. The iconic lines, the silver-grey; as used by Germanic racing teams, the combination of the brightwork, the famous Fuchs wheels and the classic dashboard all contribute to this well renowned 911 atmosphere from the 60s and early 70s. It is understandable then why this type 911 is one of the most lusted after classics. Perhaps you could even call it an investment, and that is not a bad argument for something that is mostly just meant to have fun with, and in. This car was restored for a total sum that was significantly higher than the price she costs now. The engine and gearbox were rebuilt, the rust-free body was repainted, the interior reupholstered, the exhaust renewed, new tires fitted, etc., etc. As a result, the car drives wonderfully, although keep in mind, it feels like stepping inside a time-machine, taking you back to 1970. The original stamped service manual, which is present with the car, adds just that little extra.
Options were hardly existent at the time. This 911T is however fitted with some 911S options, such as chrome sill-covers and extra oil-pressure- and oil capacity gauge. The dashboard has a period radio fitted
Executed in one of the most appealing Porsche colours; Silver-grey Metallic. She was repainted upon restoration, a full bare metal respray on a rust-free base of course. The body did not require any work or welding. The car remains damage free and therefore guarantees perfect fitting panels and shut-ins. No traces of usage, damage, or stone chips on the paint. All details, such as; emblems, rubbers, headlight-covers, mirrors, etc. have all been cared for, and are in excellent condition. The glazing is undamaged around. Visually a perfect 911.
Newly upholstered seats, new carpeting, new headliner, etc. Very nice and complete interior. The opening door-bins are often gone on these early ones, here they are neatly present. The leather upholstered seats have been fitted with headrests. The dashboard has been fitted with the more extensive set-up of the 911S with extra gauges for the oil-pressure and-temperature. There are no significant traces of usage to note. Highly atmospheric and visually pleasing.
In the neatly kept engine compartment one finds the 125bhp strong boxer engine that was rebuilt in 2011. Runs smoothly, does not smoke, and does not leak any oil. The luggage compartment upfront contains two new batteries, the spare wheel and the toolkit. Evidently, also here everything clean and rust-free. The four original Fuchs wheels have been repainted, hence the polished 'spokes' now contrast even nicer.
Excellent Michelin tires are fitted.
Sold new in Tuscany, Italy, the perfect climate for these delicate-prone-to-rust classics to survive and remain as good as new structurally. The land-climate, dehumidified storage and extensive restoration from 2011 grant the car with stunning looks and an overall superb condition. In 2015 I imported this 911 into the Netherlands. By reason of emigration the former owner sold her back to me, with pain in his heart and heavy boots I must add. We will deliver the car well-driving, with a Porsche birth-certificate, new MOT and a service.