Carport find, 73.5 Porsche 911T. Here is your chance. Please read carefully!

Sale price: $35000,00 make an offer

Technical specifications

Fuel Type:Gasoline
Interior Color:Black
Engine:2.4 CIS
Number of Cylinders:6
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Why this car is important:
The "Long nose" Porsche 911's are the fastest appriciating collector cars on the planet. Condition "1" 911 S models are routinely trading for over $200k and this has raised the value of all early 911 cars. The 1973.5 911T was produced for only 6 months in 1973. It was the very first Porsche to use the Bosch K Jetronic or CIS fuel injection system and it was the last "long nose" 911. This car is very desirable for collectors because there are many unique features to the 73.5 and they are all in place on this car. To top it off the car has factory A/C with both condensers.
Why this example is an interesting opportunity:
This car is a remarkable "barn find" that as sitting un-used for over 30 years and yet is in remarkable rust free and very original condition. The chassis is completely solid..completely. The car has its full size Fuchs spare and a complete set of tools books and jack. Both battery boxes are solid and rust free, the bottom of the car is amazingmostly just some red GA dust covering the pan and wheel wells. The interior is clean and original except for the "period" Recaro sport seats installed by the original owner and the crazy "Love"stereo system. I think the stereo can be removed with no problem. I am waiting for a Porsche CoA to confirm that it is 100% numbers matching, but I see no evidence of the engine or gearbox every being removed.With some very minor work, this car can be driven and enjoyed just as it is..a time capsule that just needs a Van Halen tape to take you back to the early 80's, or it could get a paint job and some fluffing and make a little money, OR it is a perfect candidate for an international quality concours quality restoration. I have purposely paused to offer it for sale at this moment in the cars resurrection in the hope I can find the person who is willing to restore the car ..all the way. This is a project that I could manage for the new owner, or they can take it on themselves. If the car doesn't sell, then I will proceed with it myself, but I am swamped with cool projects and there is only so much room in life for car projects!
Here is a partial list of the work we have performed on the car since purchase:
Restored fuel system. Opened fuel tank, cleared rust and varnish, repaired whirl pot, coated inside and welded back together and painted. replaced all rubber lines with modern ethanol resistant fuel lines. rebuilt original fuel pump and serviced injectors and CIS system. All parts are original.
We replaced master cylinder and all rubber brakes lines. (Pad are glazed and need replacing and calipers should be rebuilt or replaced before regular use.)
We replaced the worn shifter bushings so it changes gears properly with no grinding or trouble.
Everyone who knows Porsches who sees this car, walks away with their jaw droppedit is an amazing find and needs a good home. If I keep it, I am going to do the paint next and you will see it here for many more dollars in a few weeksopportunity is knockinghow many more of these are you going to see?

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