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Porsche 911

Porsche 911

Coupé, 1965


  • Restored by marques specialist
  • Matching numbers & Kardex available
  • Only initial break-in mileage

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This 911 was completed on 23 August 1965, departing the factory in the very elegant combination of Slate Grey (schieffergrau) over a Black leatherette interior. The cockpit is highlighted by a warm wood veneer dashboard insert and wood-rimmed steering wheel with the “Hockey Puck” horn button. It was modestly optioned with a Webasto gasoline heater; tinted glass .and one exterior mirror. A Blaupunkt multi-band radio and speaker were installed, along with a pair of fog lamps and a full set of factory steel wheels bearing a manufacturing date of April 1964.

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The vehicle in detail

The owner acquired this matching 911 years ago from a marques’ specialist in Germany who owned and restored the car; an electric fuel pump was added to this chassis at that time. Although its earlier history is unknown, it is a perfect example with the correct early horn grills, window frames, shock towers and more.

This desirable early 911 is in brand new condition overal and seem to retain lots of its original panels & glass. Paint and bright work are restored to concours condition. Rarely exhibited, this chassis only had the pre-delivery brake-in mileage done by the restorer.

This very attractive short-wheelbase 911 is supplied with a correct spare wheel, tools and a copie of the factory Kardex confirming its matching-numbers engine and transmission as well as the original color combination of Slate Grey over Black leatherette. There’s an extensive folder with pictures from its restoration. It has been recently serviced and is ready to provide its next owner many more miles of driving enjoyment.

The ’65 911

With the exception of the Volkswagen Beetle, the Porsche 911 boasts the most recognizable profile in the automotive industry. Now entering its 56th year of production, the 911 has proven to be an icon, and its earliest short-wheelbase version, introduced in late 1964, is both visually delightful and a joy to drive.

The 911 featured a two-liter, air-cooled, SOHC horizontally opposed six that delivered 130 hp at 6,100 rpm, along with 128 pound-feet of torque. Dry-sump lubrication allowed a low engine placement, and thus a low center of gravity. Standard equipment included rack-and-pinion steering, a fully synchronized five-speed manual transaxle, independent suspension with McPherson struts and torsion bars in front and semi-trailing arms, torsion bars, and tubular shocks in the rear. There were also modern disc brakes at all four corners. The cabin was much more capacious than the earlier Type 356, and there was additional luggage space under the front lid.

The 911 handily outperformed its predecessor, offering strong acceleration and a top speed of 130 mph. Because the 911 was considerably costlier than a 356, customers were initially slow to accept it, but as soon as Porsche launched what would become an incredibly successful racing and rally program, enthusiasts around the world realized what a powerful, high-quality, multi-purpose sports car was available to them . . . and the legend was born.

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Year of construction: 1965
Model: 911
Body: Coupé
Series: 911 F-Model
Mileage: 1002 km
Power: 130 HP
Cylinder capacity: 2,0 Liter
Steering: left
Transmission: Manual
Drive: Rear drive
Fuel: Gasoline
Interior color: Black
Interior material: Leatherette
Exterior color: Grey
Manufacturer color code (exterior): Slate Grey 6401
Matching numbers: yes
Condition: Fully restored
New / used: Used car
Ready to drive: yes
Car location: BEBelgium

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