about 1 month ago
For sale is my matching number COA issued Porsche 911L which I purchased in July 2013 with the intention of restoring to original spec. I have been busy with other projects. If the car does not sell I will probably restore it at some point this year.
This is a very interesting car. As many of you may know. The L model was a one year production. In a nutshell the L was equipped with the European S specs (not available in the US) but with a 130 hp engine. This is also the last year of the short wheel base “SWB” 911.
This 911 L has a good and healthy 2.0 L engine with matching numbers to the car. Engine No. 3281498, Vin No. 11805417.
Driver side carburetor assembly serviced and repaired and the timing on the distributor adjusted, there are some normal oil leaks on the engine, nothing out of the usual on these air cooled engines. The clutch needs to be replaced and possibly the transmission needs to be serviced as well. Change between the gears is hard and doesn’t work well while downshifting, possibly pointing to a bad clutch. Brakes were sticking and the calipers serviced to allow the car to be driveable. Suspension components are in good condition as well as the electrical system with a good working alternation and ignition. All instruments work as well. I would suggest replacing the tires since the ones on the car are old and expired. The interior is in very good condition and with minimum investment can be put in beautiful condition. The headliner needs to be completely
The body presents corrosion on both rear quarter panels, front floor panel and front fenders. The car feels very solid while driving. The paint needs to be completely redone. Original color Code is 6805 – Bahama Yellow.
This car is being sold as is with no warranty implied. I have described this car as accurately as I could, and to the best of my knowledge. Buyer will be responsible for all taxes, duties and license fees in order to export the car or to register it anywhere in the world. Do not hesitate to email if you have any further questions or need more information .
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