In order to answer this enthralling question, I called the previous owner and she told me (in a beautiful american accent) this beautiful story: “This 1967 Porsche 911S has been sitting in the same barn since 1987.
The car has only 39,000 original miles me and my husband and I were the 2nd owner, we bought her in ‘87 from the first owner (a friend of ours) and put the car, after driving only 100 miles, into the barn. At first we were just too busy with daily life to drive more and later after storing the car in the back-end of the barn we did not bother about the car too much anymore. It didn’t come out of the barn until a month ago and we were happy to see it was in really perfect and original condition!” . That makes two of us, I told her.
The original interior, down to the original radio, is flawless and shows almost no sign of wear.
The Engine is the original one and the transmission as well (matching numbers).
The fantastic original Fuchs alloy wheels are present as well. Five-spoke wheels identified the hot Porsche 911S, which bowed in late 1966.
The doors and the deck lid are matching numbers.
It still has its original floors and these are rock solid.
As stated the paint was originally Irish Green.
Unbelievable, this is a real 1967 911S, the most desirable 911S ever.