Porsche 911

Porsche 911

Coupé, 1965

Highlights

  • Valid PTH & Eligible for the historic competitions of the famous Peter Auto.
  • Prepared by Marc De Siebenthal.
  • Delivered new to the Porsche research and development centre.

Stunning 1965 Porsche 2.0 Cup entirely prepared by very-skilled Marc De Siebenthal, a well-known figure in the world of Historic Porsches. The car was first delivered to the Porsche research and development centre before being sold to a private owner.

The car is eligible for the historic competitions of the famous Peter Auto. It was configured according to the FIA regulations for 1965 models, and is in conformity with the Peter Auto 2.0L Cup regulations. The power of the Flat-6 gained 50 HP compared to the model of original series and now displays 190 HP. This gain is notably due to engine preparation. The cylindercap is of course maintained at 2000 cc and the cooling is always done by air. Full history of all the car’s owners and registrations.

Visible in our showroom in Mont Saint Guibert (Belgium), on appointment. Lift available for underbody scrutinering.

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The vehicle in detail

It is undoubtedly the most emblematic model in the automobile’s history. The Porsche 911 is a legendary story that has already lasted for nearly 60 years. Each generation of the flagship car of the Zuffenhausen brand is recognizable at first glance. With its inimitable shapes and the mythical sound of its engine cooled by air or water over the decades, it embodies the passion for fine mechanics. This myth is ready to last for a very long time. The 911 has known many variations that have entered into legend by their sensationnal performances, their iconic look or their exploits in competition. But the purest incarnation of the German Grand Touring is undoubtedly its very first version appeared in 1963. The first 911 has allowed Porsche to definitively acquire its letters of nobility. Recognizable by its slender silhouette, its typical 60s chrome, its famous air-cooled 2-litre flat-six and its rims with hubcaps borrowed from another legendary model, the 356, it is the most famous ambassador of the Porsche myth.

In the motorsport, various versions of the 911 have won at all levels, including 24 Hours of Le Mans. As soon as the first examples were delivered in 1964, it immediately ran in competition around the world, whether on Swedish ice, in rallies including the famous Monte Carlo and of course on circuits. Thanks to its 2+2 architecture, the 911s have been admitted to the Sports, Tourism and Saloon categories. This is how a 911 driven by Jean-Pierre Gaban and Noël Van Assche won the 1967 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps.

More recently, the short-wheelbase 911 2.0L has proven to be a versatile car in the historical competitions, serving as a reference in its category, whether at the Spa Six Hours at the Gentleman Drivers Masters, in GT & Sportscar Cup and many more series. Thanks to his eligibility, its reputation as an “easy to run” car and its ability to still be used in the everyday life or for road events such as the Tour Auto and the Modena Centro Ore, the 911 is the drivers’ favourite cars. Add to this list an iconic silhouette and one of the most iconic driving experiences of any historic racing car and it’s not hard to understand why this Porsche continues to be one of the public’s favourite cars.

The car presented here has a rich history. This 911 identifiable with the VIN number 303330 and dating from 1965 was sent to the Porsche test department in Weissach in December of the same year to satisfy the requirements of the “Research Development” of the German brand. This example was prepared by Marc De Siebenthal, a well-known figure in the world of Historic Porsches. The skills of this Swiss specialist located in the region of Lausanne are the preparation and restoration of many models that have made the history of the brand of Stuttgart, on the road as in competition.

The car has been totally restored in order to take part in the 911 2L Cup competition. Launched in 2018, this championship takes place on prestigious European circuits, including Spa-Francorchamps, which brings together around forty 911s all in pre-66 specification. Each round has a free practice session of 40 minutes followed by 30 minutes of qualifying and a 90 minutes race. This competition attracts a multitude of professional drivers and gentlemen drivers.

The car is also eligible for the historic competitions of the famous Peter Auto. It was configured according to the FIA regulations for 1965 models, and is in conformity with the Peter Auto 2.0L Cup regulations. The power of the Flat-6 gained 50 HP compared to the model of original series and now displays 190 HP. This gain is notably due to engine preparation. The cylindercap is of course maintained at 2000 cc and the cooling is always done by air.

Specifications:

First registration : 12/1965
VIN: 303330
Power (kw): 140
Power (HP): 190
Cylindercap: 2000 CC
Number of cylinders: 6
Number of speeds: 5
Transmission: Manual

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Specifications

Year of construction: 1965
Initial registration date: May 1966
Model: 911
VIN: 303330
Body: Coupé
Series: 911 F-Model
Mileage: 6330 km
Power: 130 HP
Cylinder capacity: 2,0 Liter
Steering: left
Transmission: Manual
Drive: Rear drive
Fuel: Gasoline
Interior color: White
Interior material: Leather
Exterior color: Beige/Brown
Manufacturer color code (exterior): Hell Elfenbein 6404
Condition: Fully restored
New / used: Used car
Ready to drive: yes
Car location: BEBelgium

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