This 911T received the same treatment that all of our restored vehicles receive but benefits from added horsepower and torque. The client also had CPR add air-conditioning to the car, making it far more livable for western and southern climates.
The car was disassembled and stripped to bare metal. All necessary metal work was performed, and the tub was scrutinized to ensure proper gaps, fitment, and finish of all panels prior to moving into the undercoating shop. In the undercoating shop, the bare tub was undercoated to better-than-factory standards with Wurth undercoating, and the underside was properly refinished in black.
The tub was then moved to the paint shop, where it was sealed and primed. Several hundred hours of sanding and blocking followed to ensure laser-straight panels and a perfect foundation for the fresh Glasurit paint. The body was refinished in Silver Metallic and then moved to the assembly shop for final assembly.
The suspension was powder-coated for durability, and all of the hardware throughout the suspension was replated to correct finishes. The stronger 915 transaxle received a rebuild, and the previously-mentioned freshly overhauled 3.2 Carrera engine completed the mechanical build-out.
The interior was refinished in black leather by Autobahn Interiors in Sorrento Valley, California. A new carpet kit was installed along with replacement door pockets. Palo Alto Speedometer performed a complete overhaul on the gauges to finish out the interior.
This 911T has only traveled about 1,000 miles since its complete restoration. This example presents an opportunity to own a CPR-restored 911 without the wait, and it also presents a chance to have that CPR-restored 911 with a more powerful, less-fussy powertrain.
The car is immediately available with the 3.2 engine installed. Should the client wish to maintain the numbers matching powertrain, it is included. In addition, CPR can restore the correct engine to the client’s specification at additional cost. Don’t miss this stunning, CPR restored 911!