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Porsche 911 Modified

Porsche 911 Modified

Coupé, 1970

Highlights

  • Blood orange
  • 915 gearbox
  • 3.4L / 225kW (307PS)

PORSCHE 911 2.2T COUPÉ

Imagine we have to coordinate with our lawyer what to call this vehicle on offer. The manufacturer and we have different opinions that need to be clarified. Until then, we will strictly adhere to what is in the vehicle registration document and certificate - Porsche 911 with originally 2.2 liter displacement as a coupé with originally 125 hp, 5-speed 901 transmission in blood orange. Originally

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dls automobile
Friedrichstraße 5
70736 Fellbach
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The vehicle in detail

The reconstruction of this vehicle is based on the type 2.3 S / T, which at that time was available in small series ex works. Ours goes one step further. The 901 gearbox would not be able to withstand the power of the drive in the long run, so in our case the significantly more robust 915 gearbox, which is also much easier to shift, was used to power the 3.4 liter drive with double ignition and registered 225kW (307PS) to withstand.

The body was completely carved out of sheet metal after it had been stripped of paint in an immersion bath, and finally, after completion of the body shell, it was KTL coated in the immersion process.

The Bilstein chassis with the appropriate torsion bar selection, stronger stabilizers and significantly stronger braking system reliably captures what this thoroughbred sports engine is able to convert into vehement propulsion.

The quality of all restoration and improvement work is of the highest level and thus far above the standard that these vehicles had to offer ex works. It starts with the KTL coating, which will probably make this gem shine rust-free even 50 years from now. Anyone who remembers will agree with us - usually the sports cars from this house and this time were already badly damaged after 5-8 years and even then had to be provided with new sheet metal on fist-sized perforations.

We recommend that you carefully look through our picture gallery, from which you will already see a lot of what we mean by the highest level of restoration. We are now continuing to consult with our lawyer about what we can already reveal in the ad that makes this sports car what it is: a 1000 kg light proof of what these sports cars are still capable of even after 50 years are.

It's not a singer, no. But he's damn close. Only when it comes to the price does it remain respectfully modest and costs about a third of what you would at least have to transfer for a singer.

This makes this sports car a special offer. We ask seriously interested parties to visit and talk, during which we would like to convince you of two things: You will hardly find a better restored original 911. You will also hardly find an original 911 with better performance, and finally - if we have convinced you, you will agree with us on the last point.

This sports car is a special offer.

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Specifications

Year of construction: 1970
Initial registration date: July 1970
Model: 911 Modified
Body: Coupé
Series: 911 Backdate/Modified
Mileage: 6300 km
Power: 307 HP
Cylinder capacity: 3400 Liter
Steering: left
Transmission: Manual
Drive: Rear drive
Fuel: Gasoline
Interior color: Black
Interior material: Fabric/Leather combination
Exterior color: Orange
Manufacturer color code (exterior): Blutorange
New / used: Used car
Ready to drive: yes

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