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1969 Porsche 911 T Karmann Coupe 2.0L – updated For Sale

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  • £45,850 Offers invited
  • 1969
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Price £45,850 Offers invited
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Porsche
Model 911
  911 T
Year 1969
Country Denmark
Region International
Telephone +(45)70231512
Status Trade
Date 08-Sep-2020
Ref C876320
1969 Porsche 911 T Karmann Coupe 2.0L – updated

Car Specifications:
VIN: the details below
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Sunroof

Engine number: 6195715
Engine Type: 901/16
B-series: Produced from August 1968 to July 1969 (Produced 3,561)
Type: Flat 6
Induction: Normally-aspirated
Cooling: Air/oil-cooled
Valvetrain: Single overhead camshaft
Injection: Carburetion (Weber 40IDTP3C)
Bore x Stroke: 3.15 in/80 mm x 2.60 in/66 mm
Displacement: 121.45 cu-in/1,991 cc
Horsepower: 110 hp @ 5800 rpm
Peak Power: 81kW @ 5800 rpm
Torque: 116 lb-ft @ 4200 rpm
Peak Torque: Nm 156 @ 4200 rpm
Max rpm: 6500 rpm
Compression Ratio: 8.6:1

Type 901/16 fitted in the United States - only 911T:
- Weber 40IDTP3C carburetors - three-barrels

History of 1968-1969 Porsche 911:
B-series engine:
Despite losing 20bhp, the 911T remained a good performer, with contemporary road testers claiming very little difference between this car and the 130bhp 911L.

Model designation:
The first 911's had the Porsche-name written above the number plate. The 911 designation was placed slightly higher on the right. The B-series (1969>) can be recognized by the wider spaced Porsche name, and the 911 logo placed in the center, beneath the grille.

B-series, longer wheelbase:
In 1969, the B-series offered a better solution to improve the 911's behavior. The rear wheels were moved 57 mm backwards, changing the fore /aft weight distribution from 41.5 / 58.5 to 43 / 57. This meant the 911 became more stable. The larger wheel base can be recognized by the position of the torsion bar cap. The short wheel base cars have these caps directly next to wheel arch. The LWB models have some room between the arch and the cap.
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