Porsche 911 S 1967 SWB Matching Numbers. Restored in 2000 and made suitable for classic rally use.
Car is in beautiful and well maintained condition. Original seats still present. Equipped with Fuchs rims, tripmaster, fire extinguisher, 2 CIBIE spotlights, 2 Hella fog lamps. Black leather interior with 2 sports seats.
The Porsche 911 appeared in the fall of 1963 with a 130 HP two-liter engine. The first step in the evolution of the car was the 911S; an important but nowadays rare model.
The 911 S (for Super) used the same two-liter boxer as the basic model, but with a number of adjustments. Other pistons raised the compression ratio to 9.8: 1. In addition, cylinder heads were used with larger inlet and outlet valves and Porsche fitted another outlet. But under the hood, the carburetors do stand out the most: real Webers. To be precise, a pair of triple 40 IDS gas plants, which took the place of the previously standard Solex carburetors.
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