Porsche 911S 1975 Coupe 2.7 Engine, Manual LHD Peru Red For Sale
Porsche 911S 1975 Coupe 2.7 Engine, Manual LHD Peru Red
Model 1975. Vehicle Identification No: 9115201293
This is a very original 1975 911S coupe in desirable Peru red. It only has 80k original miles and most of the car is still original paint.
This 911 is all matching with original Porsche COA which is included. The interior is mega original in excellent condition. All the carpet (only 1974 and 1975 911s had this unique polyester nylon carpet and is irreplaceable) is entirely original and in perfect condition. The headliner is in excellent shape. The dash is rare tan original dash with 2 cracks, otherwise very straight and not warped or faded. The steering wheel and gauges are all original in perfect condition and function properly. All lights work as they should. The car is so original even the solid one-piece door rubbers are original, and not the later tube style rubbers! The front trunk is ultra clean and all original paint. Mechanically the car is incredible-fully serviced and runs & drives spectacular. It starts right up, idles perfect, no smoke or oil leaks- as a good serviced, low mileage example should.
These early 2.7Ss have serious power too! The gearbox shifts like butter. New clutch cable installed a few weeks ago. Brakes perfect. 4 brand new Bridgestone Potenza tires recently installed too. The paint is incredibly nice including half the original single stage paint. Sure, there are a few chips that can be found but considering the car is over 40 years old, it looks spectacular. No rust except some minor bubbles on front fender but very minor. Floors and underneath are solid. Optional rear pop-out quarter windows like the early long hood 911s. Chrome model option. Comes complete with the original toolkit, spare, and jack. Original maintenance logbook/service book with the original owner’s name, address, and original dealer with service stamps included.
Original midyears are very, very hard to come by because so many were neglected over the years. This example has stood the test of time and been very well maintained and has remained unmodified or neglected. Additionally, early (1974 & 1975) 911s are more desirable to the later 76' and 77' 911s because these early ones share a lot of the parts and characteristics of the early long hood 911s.
You can argue they are more of the "pure" midyears that scream 1970s craziness. This car being in a desirable colour, Peru red, this car is an excellent investment grade 911 that is one of the best purchases for a true classic air-cooled 911 today.
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