The 1969 model year saw the introduction of a new long-wheelbase platform for the Porsche 911 as well as the debut of the 911E model which was positioned above the base 911T and featured a flat-six engine with Bosch mechanical fuel injection. This example is one of 954 911E Coupes produced without Karmann bodywork of the model year and comes finished in Metallic Blue over a Black leatherette interior. It was recently serviced and is now being offered for auction by its seller out of Texas accompanied by a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity showing a numbers matching engine and transmission.
This 911E came factory-finished in Metallic Blue (6853) and has been customized with an RS-style front bumper as well as light blue side stripes with black Porsche lettering. Other details include chrome trim and door handles, rubber bumper moldings, a polished driver-side mirror, anodized gold rear model lettering, pop-out rear quarter windows, and a single exhaust outlet. The car rides on 15” Fuchs wheels in a black and satin silver finish with Firestone Precision Sport tires. Some areas of the car have been refinished including the rear quarters which were repainted under the seller’s care. Several small stone chips are scratches are also noted on the exterior. Detailed images are provided in the gallery.
The cabin is lined with charcoal grey carpeting and trimmed in black leatherette upholstery with basketweave pattern inserts on the dashboard, door panels, and seat centers. Accessories include a vintage Blaupunkt Frankfurt stereo, manual window rollers, three-point seatbelts, a quartz clock, a heater, a locking glove box, and an aftermarket leather-wrapped Nardi steering wheel. The seller reports all gauges and accessories to be fully functional.
This 911E is equipped with its original air-cooled 2.0-liter flat-six engine featuring mechanical twin-row Bosch fuel injection and a capacitive-discharge ignition system. Up to 140 HP is sent to the rear wheels through a 5-speed manual transaxle. Standard equipment for the 911E includes four-wheel disc brakes and self-leveling hydropneumatic front struts. The seller indicates a new clutch and flywheel were installed in 2017 along with various engine gaskets and belts. In preparation for sale, the car was serviced with an oil and filter change, new spark plugs and ignition wires, a rebuilt distributor, a fuel tank flush, fuel line repairs, and adjustments to the mechanical fuel injection linkage.
This sale will include owner’s manuals, service records, a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, and a clean title.
The seller would like you to know: “Excellent bones, great for someone that likes to tinker with early Porsches.”
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