1967 Porsche 911
Another astounding example of a 1967 911. One of the 1,572 LHD standard 911 coupes built in '67, this wonderful SWB 911 is a numbers matching, meticulously restored concours ready vehicle. It is refinished in its original Polo Red with a perfectly executed and accurate black interior with houndstooth inserts. During the restoration, the seller painstakingly sourced original parts whenever possible and actively avoided reproduced pieces, as well as used single stage paint for all painted surfaces just as the factory did. The result is a spotless restoration with just the correct amount of patina. This isn't some overly shiny, better than new restoration. Great lengths were taken to keep the car in as original condition as possible, the vision of the restoration being "What would this 911 have looked like in 1969?" (slightly used). Documented by the COA, it still retains its original engine and transmission. Wheels are correctly date stamped, most pieces are refurbished original equipment, and it's sitting on the correct Michelin XZX tyres. The stereo is period correct, but bears modern internals, making it a useable unit. The toolkit, manuals and original accessories are present as well.
Drivability is spot on. The car starts, runs, drives and idles flawlessly. The dogleg 901 gearbox shifts deliberately, and the clutch engages smoothly. Overall, this project was completed to retain the drivability of this Nine-Eleven and not to merely create another museum piece.