In this auction there is now the opportunity to bid for a Porsche 911S Chrome model from the first G-model series. The car with VIN 9115201814 was first registered in the USA in 1975. The 911 was purchased in Germany in 2016 by the current fourth owner. The history of the 911 can be partially traced through checkbook entries, invoices and TÜV reports. Among other things, the original on-board folder, an original US vehicle registration document and the associated Porsche Classic delivery document are available. The car currently has an H registration and an insurance report is available. The next main inspection is due in July 2023. In its current possession, the Porsche is reportedly accident-free. The car has also been extensively restored. In the course of the restoration work, the transmission was only overhauled in May 2021, the engine overhauled, the interior redone, repainted and much more. There are four vehicle keys in total.
Porsche calls the exterior color of the 911 Coupé “Gemini Blue Metallic X3X3”. According to the seller, initial inspections made it clear that this is a very original, accident-free and unwelded example. The car was completely repainted in the original colour. According to the owner, the paint thickness is between 250 and 450 after painting.
The Porsche rolls on original Fuchs rims. The rims appear to be in good condition and have no visual defects. The mounted 2020 Pirelli tires are in new condition according to the seller. The chassis and brakes have been professionally revised and according to the seller are in very good condition. The car is accident free as currently owned and was also in accident free condition based on bodywork inspection in the USA.
The interior of the Porsche is lined with black leatherette. Here, too, a lot of work was done. According to the seller, the interior has been completely reupholstered. The Porsche is equipped with a retrofitted Continental radio. In addition, a Lecarra steering wheel, which was then delivered as an accessory steering wheel, is included. According to the seller, there is no damage to the interior of the 911 either.
Typical for Porsche is the instrument panel of the 911, whose rev counter is, as is well known, mounted in the middle. A mileage of 28,015 km can be read on the speedometer to the right. The Porsche has run almost 2,000 km since the engine overhaul. According to the information, the instruments work flawlessly.
At the rear of the sports car is the air-cooled 2.7-liter six-cylinder boxer engine, which produces 160 hp. Power is transmitted via the manual five-speed gearbox. As part of the restoration work in May 2021, the engine was completely disassembled and overhauled. The photo and video documentation in the gallery shows the disassembled engine. The five-speed gearbox was also overhauled.
According to the seller, the underbody is also in very good condition.