The engine of the 911 T has been completely overhauled and equipped with new Webers. The block now has 135 horses and has hardly taken them off after revision. The Porsche comes from an enthusiast and that can be seen in everything. The “Neunelfer” is in very good, original condition. In addition to the ‘mint’ condition of the car, the car has a very complete history and is quite spoiled; The rising Stuttgart horse is outside of a race horse, also a bit of an ornamental horse!
The 911 was developed by Porsche as a suitable replacement for the 356. Both a 2 + 2 sport coupe with a fantastic boxer engine. Where the 356 was largely designed by Ferdinand “Ferry” Porsche, the 911 is largely by Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche. Ferry’s son. The 911 was originally called the 901. However, Peugeot has challenged this name because they had an exclusive right to the three digit combination with a 0 in the middle. So in 1964 the first “911” was presented to the public.