Porsche 911T, 1969


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{{ $t('Seller') }} PFORC1
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{{ $t('City') }} Poperinge
{{ $t('Country') }} Belgium
{{ $t('Make') }} Porsche
{{ $t('Model') }} 911T
{{ $t('Year') }} 1969
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{{ $t('VIN') }} 119123418

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This 1969 Porsche 911T is finished in Gray (color code 6806) with a black leather interior. It is powered by a 2-litre flat-six mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The car was originally delivered in Italy and has since been cosmetically and mechanically restored. The 911T was launched in 1967 as a replacement for the 4-cylinder 912 already. From 1969, the wheelbase of all 911 models was extended by 57 mm to improve the cornering behavior of the Porsche. The power of the 6-cylinder reached 110hp. In 1969 343 copies of this T version were built by Porsche and 3561 by Karmann. This car was also built by Karmann.

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The car has already been fully restored: from the factory it was originally delivered in "Burgundy" red and was completely professionally repainted in this beautiful gray. The paint is in good condition. Furthermore, all rubbers were replaced, the engine was replaced by a period correct version and the exhaust was renewed. The braking system was overhauled and left original. The interior is in good and used condition - dashboard and counters are all original. An extensive valuation report, performed by Gert Beets, is available and can be found in the photo gallery. The car also comes with the original seats - these are shown in the photo gallery


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The body has been fully restored and is in very good condition - all panels fit as they should. Since the valuation report, the restoration has been continued and this Porsche is in even better condition (bonnet and grille were replaced by time-correct ones). The glass is completely original, except for the windscreen which has already been replaced. Stone chips and scratches were locally touched up by the 1st owner before sale. However, 90% of the car still has the original paint. The targa roof has been reupholstered, but has come into contact with the floor unhard, causing local damage - this is also shown in the photo gallery. Because the car has spent most of its career in southern and dry Altanta, there is no sign of rust of any kind.

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Paint is in very good condition. The car was professionally repainted in Gray with color code 6806.

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All body panels fit very nicely - we speak of a professional restoration


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The black leather interior is in good, used condition. The dashboard shows no damage or cracks. All counters are original. The gear lever and seats show normal signs of use. All carpets have been renewed and are in very good condition. The headliner is in beige. The car has a sports steering wheel.


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This 911T from 1969 is equipped with the 2l 6 cylinder boxer engine. It is coupled to a 5-speed gearbox that drives the rear wheels. The car starts and shifts very smoothly. The engine runs smoothly, as it should. Here too it is clear that this car has been professionally restored.


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Yes - the car will be serviced annually.

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Besides the original Italian registration papers and a number of Italian documents, there are no further Italian maintenance documents available. Since the restoration, the invoices have been kept and added as a photo in the gallery.

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None - the car was registered with Belgian registration in 2015. Since then also inspected every time.


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The car is equipped with 16" fuchs wheels, electric windows, front seats, mirrors and cruise control. An aftermarket radio CD with remote control was added by the 1st owner.

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The seats are not original - the original seats are included

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This car is in very good to excellent condition. The prices of this first series of air-cooled 911 continue to rise sharply. This is not only a very nice car to drive, but also a very good investment property.

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