Vehicle descriptionThis numbers matching 1971 Porsche 911E underwent and extensive 3 year, nut and bolt rotisserie concours restoration at Vintage Sportscar Restorations by Freddie Hernandez of Phoenix, Oregon and completed in 2018. This car was built by the best of the best in the vintage Porsche world. The numbers matching engine, was taken down completely and rebuilt to "S" Specification by Jeff Gamroth at RothSport Porsche Racing or Sherwood, Oregon. While with Jeff Gamroth the car was fully dyno tested, suspension set up and corner balanced.The stunning correct black leather interior was done by Autobahn Interiors and Tony Garcia of San Diego, California. The 15" x 6" deep Fuchs were restored by Harvey Weidman of Oroville, California. The MFI system was rebuilt by Mark Jung of MFI Werks in Bend, Oregon. John Audette completed show standard Bosch H1 headlights. PMB Performance handled complete brake system rebuild including calipers to concours condition. The culmination of the best vintage Porsche restorers in the business made this car what it is today. A gorgeous 1971 911E that has been restored to the highest of standards with an open check book and better than new attitude! One of just 1,088 built for the US market in 1971. Purchased new by R.A. Aherns through Holberts Porsche Audi of Warrington, PA in December of 1970. This car is accompanied with original purchase agreement, original window sticker, original owners manuals, CoA, full correct tool kit, spare, all restoration documents and photos. Finished in single stage Glasurit (2424) in its correct original shade of Burgundy over black leather interior. Well optioned from new with the following spec: Burgundy Exterior Black Leather Interior A/C - Restored and included with the car but not currently installed Tinted Glass 6x15 Fuchs Blaupunkt Radio The numbers matching 2.2 engine and transmission runs and shift like new. Absolutely, one of the finest Longhood Porshces available. The 911E was actually a quicker, and rarer example that the "S" designation models of the same year. Beautifully documented, restored and driveable, this 911E checks all the boxes. A restoration of this caliber today, would take several years, and cost in excess of $300,000 plus the cost of the car! The underside of the car is just a clean as the top. New Dansk SS Sport Muffler and SS heat exchangers just add the visual, and mechanical improvements. 4 wheel drilled disc brakes with full system rebuild my PMB Performance stop the car straight and true. The leather interior by Autobahn interiors is like new with no wear tears and correct carpets, seats, no cracks in the dash. The front trunk has received a full restoration with new fuel tank, lines, restored spare Fuchs wheel, correct straps, washer bottles etc. Restored H1 headlights, which are rare enough by their own right, but restored by John Audette, sets this set apart. All suspension parts were sourced through Elephant Racing for all new bushing, shocks, sway bars, dampners etc. This driving experience is so solid on this car it's like taking it right off the showroom floor in 1971. The RothSport built engine has been upgraded to "S" specification making 190HP. Jeff's work is second to none, let alone being able to get a slot for him to build you an engine, usually around a 3-4 year wait time! This 911E is for a true collector, serious driver or someone who wants the finest restored Longhood 911 around! We have all documentation, hundreds of photos, countless pages of paperwork and are happy to provide to upon request.
|Interior color||Black Leather|
|Engine size||Flat 6|
|Restoration history||Fully Restored|
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