Porsche 911 E

Porsche 911 E

Targa, 1969

Highlights

  • Fully restored by marque specilists
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Great provenance and comprehensive history file

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DATE OF MANUFACTURE: 1969 | COLOUR: BLUE METALLIC (6853) | INTERIOR TRIM: BLACK LEATHER

LUX CLASSICS ARE DELIGHTED TO OFFER THIS FULLY RESTORED, VERY EARLY 1969 PORSCHE 911E TARGA, WITH SPECIAL ORDER BLUE METALLIC PAINT, CONTRASTING BLACK LEATHER INTERIOR, AND AN EXTENSIVE HISTORY FILE.

HIGHLIGHTS
• Restoration commissioned by previous owner and 911 aficionado, with all works carefully orchestrated by marque specialists under his watchful eye
• Numbers matching, with comprehensive history file and Certificate of Authenticity
• Original factory 2.0 litre engine with a non-invasive upgrade to 2.2 litres by John Holland of Unit Eleven Porsche specialists utilising genuine Mahle 2.2 pistons and barrels.
• Rare special order Blue metallic paint
• Market value reflective of restoration to an incredible standard, great provenance and lovely history

 

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MODEL HISTORY & PRODUCTION
Porsche’s long-running and much-loved 911 Sports Car first appeared at the 1963 Frankfurt Motor Show in prototype form, the 901 (later to become the 911, following Peugeot’s complaints about the use of ‚0‘ model numbers) It was Porsche’s first entirely new model since the 356 had been launched in 1948.

1969 saw the first major changes in the 911 evolution. To improve driving comfort and handling dynamics, the popular 2.0 SWB models had their wheelbase lengthened by 57mm, and were fitted with slightly flared wings to accommodate larger wheels and tyres. Model designations changed too – ‘T’ ‘E’ and ‘S’ formed the new lineup.

The mechanically fuel-injected 911E (with the ‘E’ standing for ‘Einspritzung’, German for injection) was produced from 1969-1973, replacing the ‘L’ (luxury) model. It was developed more for comfort, so was positioned between the 911T (Touring) and 911S (Super).

The type 901/09 140 bhp 2.0 flat-6 engine is easily identifiable by a distinctive green shroud, and could get the 911E to 60 mph in 8.2 seconds and carry on to a top speed of 134 mph. The 911E also had new ventilated brake discs, self-leveling hydro-pneumatic dampers, a leather steering wheel, and Fuchs alloys.

THIS VEHICLE
With a factory completion date of September 1968, this 911E is a very early example. Painted in Blue metallic (a special order colour for the 1969 model year), the Certificate of Authenticity confirms it was delivered new in Mannheim, Germany in October 1968. The extensive history file suggests it was then shipped out to the USA, where its first named owner was Mr. George J Leetma of Los Angeles, California.

We believe the car was imported into the UK in December 1996 via Nick Faure, a former ex-Porsche Works racing driver and well-respected used Porsche dealer.

Acquired in 2006 by a well-known and genuine aficionado of Porsche 356 and early 911s. Over £44,000 in restoration works was spent at marque specialists, including Unit Eleven, RS-911, and Southbound.

Invoices in the history file detail numerous items, including body restoration, a full bare metal respray, bright work refurbishment, and notably a full engine rebuild with a non-invasive upgrade to 2.2 litres by John Holland of Unit Eleven utilising genuine Mahle 2.2 pistons and barrels. Data in the history file from Porsche specialists Ninemeister indicates a peak power output of 192hp produced while testing on a rolling road.

The gearbox was also rebuilt by Unit Eleven and set up by Francis Tuthill, of Tuthill Porsche – well-known 911 rally preparation specialists.

The re-trimmed black leather interior with Recaro seats from a later 1970’s 911 is in fine order and offers a very driver-focused cabin environment. With the contrasting removable black Targa top roof section, striking Blue metallic paint and Fuchs alloy wheels, this Porsche 911E presents very well, with an enviable road presence – and it drives as good as it looks.

It is available for viewing in the UK on an appointment basis, and would suit an enthusiast or collector with whom this vehicle will represent a good acquisition opportunity.

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Fahrzeugdaten

Baujahr: 1969
Modell: 911 E
Karosserie: Targa
Baureihe: 911 F-Modell
Laufleistung: 89920 mi
Leistung: 140 PS
Hubraum: 2,0 Liter
Lenkung: links
Getriebe: Manuell
Antrieb: Heckantrieb
Kraftstoff: Benzin
Innenfarbe: Schwarz
Innenmaterial: Leder
Außenfarbe: Blau
Hersteller Farbbezeichnung (außen): Blau Metallic 6853
Zustand: Vollrestauriert
Neu / gebraucht: Gebrauchtwagen
Fahrbereit: ja
Zugelassen: ja
Land der Erstauslieferung: Deutschland
Anzahl Fahrzeughalter: 7
Fahrzeugstandort: GBVereinigtes Königreich

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