1973 Porsche 911 S

Price: $184,900 Make an Offer

Type: Used
Year: 1973
Make: Porsche
Model: 911
Body Style: Coupe
Trans: Manual
Engine: 2.4L
Mileage: 107218
Stock: 1258
VIN: 9113301399
Ext Color: Metallic Green (#8383)
Int Color: Cork leatherette

1973 PORSCHE 911S for sale. Motorcar Classics is proud to present this 1973 Porsche 911S Coupe featured in Metallic Green (#8383) with Cork leatherette interior. This car has been subject to a meticulous, thoroughly documented, nut and bolt restoration. It has known history going back about 40 years and a huge photo file showing the best craftsmanship applied to a sound original car. Its current configuration matches the included Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. From notes in the history the car appears to have been owned by a mechanic in Palm Beach, FL from 1982-84. He purchased it from the wife of a fellow who owned the car from 1973-82. The mechanic sold it to another fellow in FL who owned it from 1984-2004. During that time he advanced the odometer from 72k to 104k miles and it is reported to have had an undamaged history. At one point he painted and re-trimmed the car. In 2004 the car was sold on to an enthusiast in Los Angeles. Then, in 2005 the car was purchased by another enthusiast in the East who after owning the car for many years commissioned the total nut and bolt restoration putting the car is the superb condition you see today. The 1973 911S is powered by Porsches 2.4L motor with MFI (mechanical fuel injection) with a 5-speed gearbox. These are rated by enthusiasts among the most desireable and best handling of the early 911s. With 185 HP, this 911S does 0-60 in about 6.6 seconds, which was outstanding for the period. Here is an investment-grade collectible Porsche with known history, documented restoration, matching numbers, and a delightful special order color combination. Drive, tour or show with pride.

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1973 PORSCHE 911S for sale. Motorcar Classics is proud to present this 1973 Porsche 911S Coupe featured in Metallic Green (#8383) with Cork leatherette interior. This car has been subject to a meticulous, thoroughly documented, nut and bolt restoration. It has known history going back about 40 years and a huge photo file showing the best craftsmanship applied to a sound original car. Its current configuration matches the included Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. From notes in the history the car appears to have been owned by a mechanic in Palm Beach, FL from 1982-84. He purchased it from the wife of a fellow who owned the car from 1973-82. The mechanic sold it to another fellow in FL who owned it from 1984-2004. During that time he advanced the odometer from 72k to 104k miles and it is reported to have had an undamaged history. At one point he painted and re-trimmed the car. In 2004 the car was sold on to an enthusiast in Los Angeles. Then, in 2005 the car was purchased by another enthusiast in the East who after owning the car for many years commissioned the total nut and bolt restoration putting the car is the superb condition you see today. The 1973 911S is powered by Porsches 2.4L motor with MFI (mechanical fuel injection) with a 5-speed gearbox. These are rated by enthusiasts among the most desireable and best handling of the early 911s. With 185 HP, this 911S does 0-60 in about 6.6 seconds, which was outstanding for the period. Here is an investment-grade collectible Porsche with known history, documented restoration, matching numbers, and a delightful special order color combination. Drive, tour or show with pride.

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