This “well-worn” 11 series has matching numbers/colors/interior and its units work perfectly. The original engine and gearbox were professionally overhauled by an experienced specialist company in 2023. The unit develops even compression on all 6 cylinders and the transmission shifts effortlessly. Even details such as a filled on-board folder, jack, spare wheel and tool bag are complete. I've been driving the Coupe on its red number regularly for maintenance purposes since 2014 and haven't driven more than 4,000 miles since then.
The vehicle was dismantled for preparation. The rust holes in the entire floor area were professionally and properly repaired using metal sheets. On the body, the sills, the jack mounts, the door locking plates, the right fender, the connecting structures to the fenders and the front mask were renewed. Unfortunately, the bumper (corners) at the front and rear could no longer be saved and were replaced with new ones. The vehicle was completely stripped inside and out and, after assembly, it was painted twice in the original color of light ivory (6604). Finally, the finish was simply done with clear varnish.
The Softwindow has a new braking system, new shock absorbers and new tires with revised original steel rims. External chrome parts and sealing rubbers were all replaced with new ones. The exhaust system and heating system were extensively repaired. In the interior, the leather seats, panels and floor coverings were authentically restored using new parts. The dashboard with its 5 green instruments, car radio, speakers and leather steering wheel are original and have been completely overhauled. The same applies to the targa roof and soft window, which were very carefully repaired, including the handles and rare control levers.
The Porsche delivery certificate has the following features:
- Chrome-plated perforated disc wheels
- Leather interior
- Spare parts bag / tool rollFactory units, gearbox, exterior color and interior fittings are documented by the Porsche delivery certificate. Even the yellow wax numbers #500282 on the dashboard support and the same stamped numbers reappeared above the ashtray compartment. A real goosebumps moment! The history (labor and material costs) from 1981 to today is extensively documented. In the last few years alone, more than €100,000 have gone into restoration and maintenance. This is a very rare but turnkey and reliable Ur11 in a good, well-maintained and authentic original condition.