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Porsche 911 Modified

Porsche 911 Modified

Coupé, 1973


  • Road rally inspired 911T built by Liberty Motorsports
  • Numbers matching 2.4L fuel injected motor
  • Certificate of Authenticity

1973 Porsche 911 T Modified Coupé – Authentic Motorcars

Porsche introduced the 911 in 1964 as a successor to their widely loved 356. The 911 (initially called the 901) was designed to offer the fun of the 356 while providing more comfort, room and power. The 901 cemented Porsche’s commitment to the rear-engined, rear wheel drive format that carries on in the 911 line even today. Throughout the early years, many updates were made and new trim levels were added as Porsche tried to perfect the formula. In 1967, the 911T was introduced to replace the 912 with a tuned-down version of the 2.0L engine. In 1971, the whole 911 range received an upgrade to 2.4L and the range expanded to offer the T, S, L and E. Also new for this facelift was the beefed up 915 5-speed transmission which was used all the way through 1986. In 1974, a 2.7L engine and large heavy impact bumpers were added, destroying the simple, beautiful lines of the earlier cars.


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17351 NE 70th Street
WA 98052 Redmond, AL
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The vehicle in detail

This 1973 911T Coupe is one of the last of the long nose cars, equipped with its original numbers matching, fuel injected, 2.4L engine. In December of 2015 the car was acquired by Jim Liberty and over the next 2 years it received a custom restoration/performance build by Liberty Motorsports, a shop renowned for their work on 356s and early 911s. During this restoration, it was lightly modified to create the perfect road rally car. It received a full, glass out color change from Brown to Porsche Slate Grey and the interior was redone in very attractive Red corduroy / Black combo.

Originally this non sunroof 911 was a factory comfort package car and still retains the full gauges, chrome rocker panels, and rare gold Porsche/911T badging. During the restoration, the motor was rebuilt (including the MFI unit) oil-fed Carrera timing chain tensioners were installed, and a rare quad tip performance exhaust fitted which sounds fantastic. Outside, the 911 proudly wears a steel S front spoiler, S trim, polished aluminum bumper trim, chrome bumperettes, and Slate Grey color matched/polished, period date coded, 15-inch Fuch’s wheels. European spec H4 headlamps, front and rear fog lamps, Italian market front side directional lights, and hood mounted, Cibie driving lights are welcome additions for evening time trials. The suspension has been lowered, red Koni classic shock absorbers installed, new suspension bushings, and a carbon fiber/ aluminum upper front strut tower bar fitted. The interior was completely redone with new custom red cut/bound square-weave wool carpets, Momo Prototipo steering wheel, black perforated headliner, red seat belts, dash mounted- twin rally stop watches, altimeter, and beautiful custom vintage Recaro front seats covered in red corduroy all complete the road rally inspired look.

Any 911 enthusiast will be happy owning this one of a kind, long nose Porsche. This car is guaranteed to wow crowds at club events and cars and coffee gatherings alike. A complete tool kit, Bilstein jack, original sales brochure, original steering wheel, extensive restoration receipts, Certificate of Authenticity, CA black plate “911POOR” and a owner’s manual is included with the sale of the car.

Engine: 6130647 Trans: 7330896 VIN: 9113100373

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Year of construction: 1973
Model: 911 Modified
Body: Coupé
Series: 911 Backdate/Modified
Mileage: 84000 mi
Cylinder capacity: 2,4 Liter
Steering: left
Transmission: Manual
Drive: Rear drive
Fuel: Gasoline
Interior color: Red
Interior material: Fabric/Leather combination
Exterior color: Grey
Manufacturer color code (exterior): Slate Gray
Condition: Fully restored
New / used: Used car
Ready to drive: yes

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