1967 Porsche 911SCoupeWell-equipped

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Technical specifications

Color:White - original paint
Transmission:Manual 5-speed
Interior Color:Black
Number of Cylinders:6
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1967 911S: Original, Unmodified, Unrestored, Unwelded
Original white paint, black leatherette interior.
Solid, straight, and complete with all early documentation.
Accident free and never racedor rallied.
Condition:. 128,000 original miles (odometer replaced at 60K miles) but engine ran out of oil due to oil supply line failure.
Seats, luggage compartment carpeting, door panels, headliner, sun visors, instruments, leather-covered steering wheel, and dashboard fascia and top all in good to excellent condition. Floor carpeting intact but worn. Foot pedal rubbers lightly and evenly worn. Trunk center carpeting oil stained with some loss of material on driver's side corner near battery.
All Fuchs optional 5.5-inch, 5-spoke mag wheels are near-perfect, no dings, spare never used. Tire jack in new condition.
Minimal rust: RF fender has moderate rust-through in two spots, LF fender rusting through near rocker; some surface rust in corners, along bumpers, and rocker panels. Doors and jambs in impressive condition.No sunroof.
Underbody seems to have only surface rust. No rust holes in floor pan, jacking points intact. Doors, hood, and engine lid are in perfect gap alignment. Dealer undercoated at 18K miles.
Doors, windows, handbrake, control and release cables (except heater cables) function like new.
Instruments, ancillary electrical equipment, and wiring appear in excellent condition. Fuse block and area behind instrument panel look nearly new. Underhood, spare well, battery mount, clamps, and covers are all in exceptionally nice condition.
Frame integrity: No flex or weakness anywhere in body structure. Both doors open and shut freely when jacked on one side at rear torsion bar. Early 911 Coupes possess greater long-term structural integrity than Targa versions.

According to David Morley at Drive.com.au in April 2014, "Porsche 911 Targa first drive:" The perceived problems with the original Targa centred around thefact that by chopping the roof off the 911, the bodyshell lost a lot ofits structural integrity; a quality that was one of the 911 coupe’s longsuits.
Perhaps even more importantly than that, the shift to aremovable targa roof suddenly robbed the 911 of one of its visualsignatures; that sexy window line in profile
Throw in the inevitable water leaks and extra wind noise, and the Targa model was soon perceived as 911 Lite.
Unfortunate engine failure is your opportunity to obtain a coveted and iconic 911S.
Body is a perfect candidate for either cosmetic or total restoration.
No prior attempt made to dismantle, weld, repair, restore, or turn engine crankshaft.
.Rare factory all-around tinted glass option in good condition. Delivered with 5.5-inch Fuchs forged magnesium wheels (stock were 4.5"), electric antenna, fog lamps, Blaupunkt AM/FM/SW radio, Webasto heater, tubular chrome rear bumper guards, and factory approved Boschignition system upgrade.
I am second owner for 18 years.
First owner ordered from Vasek Polak, Hermosa Beach, CA, and picked up new in Germany. Includes EU roadmaps and documentation from event.
Vehicle is very well documented.
Includes packet with driver's/owner's manual with book of worldwide service establishments, three maintenance record books listing original engine number 962044 which is still in car, and red plastic factory-provided tire pressure gaugeFirst US maintenance performed 12/12/67 at 489 miles at Vasek Polak, Manhattan Beach, CA.
Vehicle received all scheduled servicings with oil changes performed every 6,000 miles.
First 6,000 mile service at Mel Croan VW, Houston, TX, 6/4/68 at 6,009 miles. Most recent Houston, TX, service on 2/13/74 shows clutch replacement at 31,000 miles (actual 91,000 after odo replacement).Car was subsequently driven in VA until roughly 3/10/84 when battery was replaced (last receipt in possession). Awaiting Porsche Certificate of Authenticity.
Also included are rare '67 complete set of factory workshop manuals in Porsche binders.
Has been covered in dry garage and not driven since 1984.
Only 1823 '67 S Coupes were produced, VINs 305101S-308523S. Few survive in this unique condition. Worth $240k or more when fully restored.And, consider that Steve McQueen's 1970 911S Coupe sold for $1.25 million at auction in late 2011!
Shipping and payment:
Buyer is responsible for all pickup and shipping charges.
Deposit of US $500.00 within 48 hours of auction close. Full payment is required within 7 days of auction close.
Seller accepts PayPal for deposit and mutually-agreed upon arrangement for balance. Vehicle will be released to shipper 2-3 weeks domestic and 3-4 weeks international after all funds have cleared.

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