The 911S was in the US until 2010 and most recently in Magnus Walker's collection in Los Angeles. After that it was imported to Passau, Germany.
The current owner bought the Porsche in 2012 and then undertook a full restoration.
The body was rebuilt and welded, the engine and gearbox were also revised.
The restoration is well documented. A large part of the restoration was done in the Porsche specialist company P&W in Stuttgart.
The current condition can be rated with a 2+. The paint condition is very good, engine and gearbox run excellent.
A performance measurement after a carburetor revision in 2019 resulted in a performance of 168ps at 6,700rpm.
The interior has also been revised and is in nice condition with a light patina. The underbody is also impeccable and is protected against corrosion with a Timex seal.
Overall a great example of a rare original 911S in blood orange.
Technically absolutely TOP with well-documented restoration.
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Delivery possible on request.
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