Porsche 911 T

Porsche 911 T

Coupé, 1968


  • Porsche 911 2.0 T Coupé SWB - Type F, 1968
  • Nice condition
  • Very good “drivers car”

Porsche 911 2.0 T Coupé SWB – Type F, 1968 – Wine Red Metallic
The vehicle was handed over by Porsche AG to a Porsche dealer in Switzerland in June 1968. The car was white when delivered, but was later repainted in wine red (see photo). Signor Dorino Pansera, the first owner, sold the vehicle in question on April 23, 1981 to the German, Mr. Jürgen Bartsch, who lives in Brissago, Switzerland. Mr. Bartsch drove the car from 1981 – 1988, where I purchased it. Mr. Bartsch restored the engine and the body and fitted the vehicle with Carrera fenders and a front spoiler. The car has a sign “AMAG Lauf No. 5836” perhaps a reference to the importer or to the first owner’s participation in motorsport.

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The vehicle in detail

911 T/R Specifications, Type F, SWB
Engine conversion with S camshaft, forged S pistons, valves 42/38 mm, large venturi 34 mm, compression 10.3:1, resulting in 175 hp.

  • Very valuable classic car suitable for everyday use.
  • Vehicle in a very charming, partially overhauled but still original condition.
  • Vehicle technology is very good, engine and transmission completely overhauled.
  • Swiss first delivery, imported back to Germany, ex Mr. Jürgen Bartsch.
  • summer vehicle in garage,
  • Non-smoking vehicle.
  • In collectors' hands for 35 years
  • Matching numbers
  • Original Fuchs rims
  • Wine red metallic
  • 5-speed manual transmission (type 901/03)
  • Original Recaro sports seats, artificial leather

Matching numbers

  • VIN 11825596
  • Type 911 T
  • Engine type 901/03
  • Engine number 2081559
  • Gearbox type 901/03
  • Gearbox no. 2280498
  • Color light ivory (6804)
  • Interior faux leather black
  • Sold to Amag (Østrig)
  • Produced June 1968
  • Options window tinted

If you are not yet convinced, this 911 2.0 T Coupé SWB will convince you when you drive it. Everything between the chassis, brakes, engine and transmission really works together. The Weber carburettors and the electronic Magneti-Marelli ignition naturally round the whole thing off and make the coupé an absolute guarantee of driving pleasure.
The Porsche 911 T/R with 911 S engine was delivered in spring 1968 and weighed only 923 kg without stabilizers. Most of the interior trim and soundproofing was omitted, and the factory offering was intended for various motorsport groups that required low weight and high engine performance, including 42/38mm valves (intake/exhaust) to comply with regulations and the The engine was almost the same as the Porsche 906 Carrera 6 (a racing version from 1966 with a 2.0 liter engine and a complete fiberglass body).
For the 911 T and S models it was planned to use a racing engine that differed only slightly from a Carrera 6 racing engine. The key differences were an individual ignition system and, as required by the regulations, valves with standard dimensions: inlet 42 mm (Carrera 6, 45 mm), outlet 38 mm (Carrera 6, 39 mm).
After careful consideration, I decided in 2003 to renew the engine and gearbox for a performance that corresponds to the factory offer for the Porsche 911 T/R. Now it turned out that the engine was already equipped with 911 S pistons and camshafts as well as a “light flywheel” type flywheel. So far it had produced 140-150 hp on the runway.
Careful study of the extensive specialist literature and long discussions with several experts formed the basis for my decision to keep the engine so that there would continue to be “matching numbers” between body, engine and transmission.
From the USA I ordered forged pistons with accessories that could ensure the high compression ratio of 10.3:1, as well as a set of 34 mm Venturi channels for the Weber carburettors, which increase the air-fuel mixture, as well as a set of new nozzles and on can be adjusted on a runway so that the fuel supply is optimized for the increased air volume.
The result was a success, and the engine now produces 175 hp on the tarmac. Several specialists have said that they have been able to deliver up to 200hp from a 2.0 liter 911 engine, but this requires more air/petrol from larger Weber carburettors, Type 46 IDA 3. I have I decided to stop with the current upgrade and the transmission was subsequently renovated. An oil cooler is installed behind the front spoiler.
We would be happy to take you on a video experience via WhatsApp on +49 160 70 70 703, or send you pictures of the vehicle so that you can get a first impression before visiting us.
More information & over 100 pictures at: https://www.w-exclusive.com/portfolio-new/porsche-911-2%2C0-t-coup%C3%A9-swb—typ-f%2C-1968-

  • Equipment and accessories information without guarantee
  • Repainting possible as part of the preparation
  • Changes, prior sale and errors excepted!
  • We speak German, English, Danish, Swedish and Norwegian
  • We would be happy to make you an attractive financing offer
  • We will take your used car in as payment
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Year of construction: 1968
Initial registration date: July 1968
Model: 911 T
VIN: 11825596
Body: Coupé
Series: 911 F-Model
Mileage: 137000 km
Power: 110 HP
Cylinder capacity: 2,0 Liter
Steering: left
Transmission: Manual
Drive: Rear drive
Fuel: Gasoline
Interior color: Black
Interior material: Leatherette
Exterior color: Red
Manufacturer color code (exterior): Weinrot Metallic
Matching numbers: yes
New / used: Used car
Ready to drive: yes
Registered: yes
Country of first delivery: Switzerland
Car location: DEGermany

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