Nobody needs more Porsche – the 130 hp "economy variant" also conveys a lot of driving pleasure compared to the E or S and gives you more Porsche than you can imagine. On this side of the Atlantic, the 911T was always delivered with 40 Zenith carburetors. A total of 3818 carburetor-fired 2.4T were delivered in Europe before being replaced by the G series. The American version differed at that time by a mechanical injection system. But this is a matter of adjustment one way or the other: the carburetor version undoubtedly requires less maintenance and is less prone to errors. The car also features an unusual Porsche oil filler neck behind the right door, with the dry sump oil tank moved forward from behind the right rear wheel to shift the center of gravity slightly forward for better handling. An additional oil filler/inspection hatch is located on the rear fender, which is why it became known as the "oil hatch" or "fourth door". Subsequent models dropped this flap as some people used this opener to fill up the car, which obviously didn't sit well with the engine.
This Porsche was new to Italy at the time – delivered to Luigi Tosi from Rovigo to be precise. Delivery date 07/11/1972, so almost exactly 50 years ago. To date it has run around 130,000 km. Matching numbers of course, and waiting for many more happy kilometers. A number of registration documents from the Italian history are available, the history can be found below in this description.
In 2009 it finally found its way back to Germany and has been in the same hands ever since. The owner had the vehicle serviced and repaired regularly. All necessary work was always carried out immediately, all invoices are available for this.
The outer body was painted in Italy during his time, paint thickness average in the range of 600 mµ. The body is untouched, the underbody is in good condition and hardly shows any traces of machining. These indices speak for a good and honest substance (paint measurement report and pictures of the underbody and the rest of the technology available). A declaration issued by Porsche Italia SpA in 1994 confirms the delivery condition, all the equipment features listed correspond to the current version.
The main inspection was recently carried out, the car is available for a viewing and test drive at any time by arrangement.
For further information please contact us.
June 28, 1972
Import to Italy by AUTOGERMA di Bologna
July 11, 1972
Entry in the delivery report in the service booklet
July 25, 1972
Mr. L*** T*** buys this Porsche and keeps it for 14 years. License plate ****-RO
January 9, 1974
Transfer of the vehicle to his family's company: Soc. T****
February 21, 1984
Company name change, new entry: SpA T***
May 18, 1984
License plates have been lost, vehicle is re-registered: ****-RO
September 8, 1986
Vehicle sale to the second owner Mr. R**** Z**** from Ferrara. Purchase price 1,000,000 Italian lira
April 21, 1987
After about half a year in the possession of the second owner, he decides to sell it and achieves 3,000,000 Italian lira from Ms. G**** C****
February 24, 1990
The vehicle was sold to the fourth owner, Mrs. A**** M**** from Medicina, due to scarce use. Purchase price 14,000,000 Italian lira
Aug. 24, 1990
Vehicle sale to Mrs. A**** C**** from Marzabotto. Purchase price 16,000,000 Italian lira
October 11, 1993
Vehicle sale to Mr. C**** P****, a director of an Italian historical vehicle club. He registered the vehicle in the name of his mother, Mrs. M**** G**** (sixth owner)
June 19, 1996
Vehicle sale to Mr. R**** B**** (seventh owner). Purchase price around 16,000,000 Italian lira.
October 16, 1998
Registration of the vehicle at FIVA under number 010949
January 24, 2009
Vehicle inspection and purchase by the current owner.