This matching numbers car benefits from full service history, with 19 stamps in the original service book. To accompany this, a large folder of invoices dating back to the 1990s is also present, as well as past MOT certificates. The car went under a major restoration between 2019 and 2021, being stripped back to a shell, rust repairs carried out by Rust Republic in Nottinghamshire which included new B pillars, inner wing repairs, jacking points, sills and a full repaint in the original colour. the car was then reassembled using all new rubber seals, new suspension and fully refurbished brakes. A new Cargraphic stainless steel exhaust and SSI heat exchangers were fitted which sounds fantastic. Having inspected the car thoroughly we are pleased to confirm it is completely solid throughout with zero signs of any corrosion present and overall is in fantastic condition as you would expect. The car drives superbly, with the G50 gearbox a pleasure to use. The clutch is smooth, brakes are great and the car still feels very tight and precise on the road. The wheels have been refurbished to a good standard and are shod in matching Pirelli tyres all round. The car starts on the button, engine pulls keenly, keeps good oil pressure and is not dropping any oil. The original book pack, manual and tool kit are all present along with 2 keys and even the original Blaupunkt Toronto SQR 46 stereo which is working well. Overall this is a fantastic, completely rust free example of the classic 911, now ready to be enjoyed by a new owner.
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