Porsche 911 E

Porsche 911 E

Coupé, 1973


  • Original "See Blau" color
  • Beautiful interior!
  • Mechanically very well maintained!

The car presented is a 1973 Porsche 911 2.4 E, delivered new in France in February 1973, in its original Sea Blau color, black interior. It has had 5 owners since 1973. It is equipped with the following options: 15 mm front and rear stab bars, radio, electric antenna, S oil pressure gauge, electric and tinted windows, heated rear window, leather steering wheel. The car is in excellent condition. The paintwork presents itself very well, and the alignments are very good. Mechanically, this car has always been very well maintained. It has a substantial file of invoices dating back to 2000, and notably benefited from an engine overhaul in 2022, which also included refurbishment of the injection pump. It revs well, with a lovely sound. The gearbox is well tuned and shifts perfectly. The shock absorbers were changed in 2018. It is fitted with a stainless steel exhaust and heat exchangers. The interior is very well presented. Vintage Recaro imitation leather bucket seats are fitted.

The car can be viewed by appointment at our premises.
Trade-in and financing available.

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Das Fahrzeug im Detail

At the 1963 Frankfurt Motor Show, Porsche unveiled its prototype no. 5, christened „901“. But when the new GTs were officially launched, Porsche had to rename them 911, as Peugeot had already registered all three-digit names with a 0 in the middle. Until 1967, Porsche sold over 10,000 examples of its GT, which became a benchmark in the world of sports cars.

It was in this year that a range was launched based on the same body styles (coupé and targa), with the same two-liter Flat 6 engine but different power ratings. The 2.0S would develop 160 bhp, the 2.0 T 110 bhp to position itself as an entry-level model, and the 2.0 L 130 bhp.

In August 1968, Porsche tried to find a solution to the 911’s characteristic roadholding. Factory technicians modified their flagship model and increased the 911’s wheelbase by 5.8 cm, from 2.210 m to 2.268 m. While 5.8 cm may not seem like much on paper, it was enough to significantly improve the Porsche 911’s roadholding, without altering its character, which is what makes it so charming… In the same year, Porsche replaces the 911 2.0 „L“ with the „E“. The name derives from the engine’s fuel injection system („E“ for Einspritz, or „injection“ in German).

In August 1969, the 2.0 was replaced by the 2.2L, still available in the T, E and S versions. Finally, for the 1972 model year, Porsche once again increased displacement to 2.4 liters (closer to the 2.3L, since 2341 cm3), with a new gearbox, the 915, replacing the dogleg 901. The 911 2.4E now develops 165 hp with 21 m/kg of torque at 4,500 rpm.
The first production year of the 2.4s was characterized by the famous „oil trap“, placed on the ARD fender, an idea that was abandoned on the ’73 vintage in view of the fact that some petrol fill-ups were carried out through the oil trap…



Baujahr: 1973
Erstzulassung: Februar 1973
Modell: 911 E
Karosserie: Coupé
Baureihe: 911 F-Modell
Laufleistung: 21500 km
Leistung: 165 PS
Hubraum: 2,4 Liter
Lenkung: links
Getriebe: Manuell
Antrieb: Heckantrieb
Kraftstoff: Benzin
Innenfarbe: Schwarz
Innenmaterial: Leder
Außenfarbe: Blau
Hersteller Farbbezeichnung (außen): Seeblau 329
Neu / gebraucht: Gebrauchtwagen
Fahrbereit: ja
Land der Erstauslieferung: Frankreich

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