911 jest ikoną, choć przez dziesięciolecia zmieniła się diametralnie. Pierwszy model zaczynał jako lekki sportowy samochód, dziś posiada silnik dwukrotnie większy o trzykrotnie wyższej mocy. Ale nie to w motoryzacji jest przecież najważniejsze… Porsche 911T było wersją podstawową, jedyną z popularnych, która podczas modernizacji w 1969 roku wraz z powiększonym rozstawem osi utrzymała zasilanie gaźnikami. Na co dzień – konfiguracja w zupełności wystarczająca, oferująca 125 KM. Minęły już niestety czasy, kiedy mogliśmy nazwać je tanim. Podobnie jak inne wczesne 911-tki, jest przedmiotem silnego wzrostu cen (ponad 100% w ciągu dwóch ostatnich lat). W ogłoszeniu egzemplarz, który mimo solidnego przebiegu prezentuje się doskonale, uwodząc swoim pomarańczowym kolorem.
MOT Expiry: Expired
Exterior Colour: Tangerine
Interior Colour: Black Leatherette
Top Speed: 125
0 – 60: 8.1
Transmission: 4-Speed Manual
Engine Capacity: 2195cc
Engine Configuration: Flat 6
The Porsche 911 was developed as an increasingly powerful, larger, more comfortable replacement for the Porsche 356, the company’s first model, and essentially a sporting evolution of the Volkswagen Beetle. The new car made its public debut at the 1963 Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung, better known to English speakers as the Frankfurt Motor Show.
In 1970 the C-series 911 was introduced. All engines got a 4mm larger bore that upped displacement to 2195cc. There were other changes made to the engine, and because of the increased power, now 125hp on the 911T, the clutch diameter was increased 10 mm.
On the chassis, the front-strut upper attachment points were moved 14mm forward, which reduced steering effort and kickback. 15-inch wheels were now standard on all models, but more comfortable 14-inch wheels were available as an option. Furthermore, the 2.2-litre engine didn’t remain for too long; in 1972 the engine capacity was further increased to 2341cc (the 2.4).
Blaupunkt cassette player, Dash clock, Lockable glove compartment, Coloured glass, Driver’s door mirror, Interior lights, Cigarette lighter, Alloy spare wheel, Toolkit, Spare key.
With its brilliant coat of vibrant Tangerine paint and polished Fuchs wheels, this Porsche is all about getting noticed. The paintwork boasts a deep glossy shine and presents beautifully under our showroom lighting. We understand this 911 had a full-repaint in the mid-nineties, and aside from a couple of unobtrusive car park dents and chips to the front end, the paintwork appears in very good order with no visible signs of corrosion.
On close inspection the original chrome brightwork retains a highly polished finish for the most part with all rubbers and seals displaying a healthy black colouring. Furthermore, all lenses are clear and moisture-free, and there are no unsightly scuffs or scrapes to the bodywork whatsoever.
The black leatherette upholstery is in very nice order with absolutely no tears or scratches, or really any wear at all. The dash is also in remarkable order with no fading or cracking to note; having originated from a dry climate there is no distortion either. The switchgear remains functional and feels solid to operate, with the only signs of wear being to the leather Porsche gear knob.
The carpets throughout present beautifully and extend to the luggage compartment under the bonnet where the spare wheel and original toolkit are both present. Furthermore, the rear seats remain very presentable indeed.
ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The six cylinder 2.2-litre unit presents well and seemingly defies the car’s mileage. The engine bay itself is very clean and tidy with no signs of any corrosion whatsoever. Having been well maintained throughout its life, there are no areas to cause concern, with all components appearing in fine fettle.
Furthermore, the four-speed manual gearbox feels strong, with a new clutch having been fitted less than 40k miles ago.
WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The 15-inch polished Fuchs alloys on which this Porsche sits have a great patina to them, with only minor curb marking to note.
The wheels are shod in a matching set of Michelin Primacy tyres, each with ample tread remaining.
Registered on 1st January 1970, this C-series 911T has covered 140,190 miles and is complemented by a lavish history. Accompanying the original 911T handbook in the history file is a veritable wealth of invoices, detailing extensive works and maintenance carried out on the vehicle over the years.
Also present is a Certificate of Authenticity from Porsche, spare keys, plus numerous period documents confirming the car remained under the same ownership for the last 29 years or so.