Porsche 911 2.7S


1976 Porsche 911 2.7S

Beautifully original, Rare specification, Investment grade 911!

A rare opportunity to acquire a stunning 2.7S coupe in completely original condition. Supplied by Competition Porsche and Audi in New York in early 1976, purchased by the Director of Heise Industries, based in Connecticut for the sum of $14,287. The car remained in the New York region until 2015 when the car was exported to a collector in the Netherlands, and then subsequently to the UK in 2019. This classic 911 still looks absolutely fantastic today, a testament to its previous owners. Presented in its original striking combination of Indian Red paintwork with Dark Red leatherette interior. The car has obviously been particularly well cared for. It’s arrow straight with perfect shut lines and the original interior is almost like new, with just the slightest amount of wear to show its authenticity. Still retaining its original, working  Blaupunkt stereo, with manual still on file. The car has seen some paint in the past, but its believed to be limited to isolated panels and has worn really well with absolutely no signs of any corrosion or accident damage anywhere. The underside of the car is clean, with no damage and the original spot welds are clearly visible up under the arches and in the front boot. The original manual and early documentation is still present along with more recent invoices for maintenance and tuning work carried out by JZM Porsche specialists in 2020. The car leaks no oil, starts eagerly first time and drives superbly, still feeling very tight and precise on the road. This special 911 presents today just as it did back in the late 1970s. Cars in this condition rarely come up, and when they do usually represent a great investment opportunity, we believe this is the case with this 911. After all they are only original once!


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Model:911 2.7S
Body Style:Coupe
Transmission:5-Speed Manual
Engine:2.7 flat six
Exterior Color:Orange
Interior Color:Red
Drive Side:LHD
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