1969 Porsche 911 T
2 months ago
“Meticulously Documented, Majestic Targa”
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this rare and highly sought after 1969 Porsche 911T. This TWO owner 1969 Porsche 911 T offered here is a very tidy example acquired by an enthusiast about 8 years back. Vehicle has just been finished with a full frame off restoration in the last few months and was painted about 2 years prior. The current owner has kept great documentation on this 911T and has included a large folder full of receipts, service records and also a binder full of photos before, during and after the restoration process. According to the owner the engine is numbers matching and was rebuilt along with the restoration according to the records provided. Some upgraded parts include; master cylinder for the OEM brakes, OEM tie rods, lower valve covers, new seats and bushings, OEM shocks, OEM brakes, newer tires and much more. All replaced parts are OEM and the owner has all the original parts including replacement set of polished pistons/cylinders that are unused. The overall quality and performance of this early 911T is amazing, the car is a pure blast to drive as any Porsche enthusiast would agree. The car is strong in every gear, smooth shifting with sure footed handling and excellent braking. This vehicle provides a balanced and confident vintage driving experience that will not fail to put a smile on any face, including the most seasoned performance drivers. Please call or email us today for more information on this 1969 Porsche 911T.
1969 brought the first the real changes to the 911 since its successful launch in 1964. Porsche’s 911 was now offered in three models, the T, E and S; all which were available in a coupe and targa version as well as a slightly longer wheel base. “The 125 horsepower 911T turned out to be everybody’s favorite, not only at Marlboro, where its relatively high torque at low rpm allowed it to turn the second fastest lap times, but in traffic where the torque once again made it the easiest car to drive.” – Car and Driver, March of 1969.
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