This 1970 Porsche 911T Coupe was acquired by the seller at Rennsport Reunion VI in 2018 from its previous owner who redid the interior and installed custom 911R-style bodywork. The car has since been fitted with a rebuilt European-spec 3.0-liter 911SC engine featuring Weber 40 IDA3C carburetors, PMO intakes, ARP head studs, Turbo valve covers, hydraulic chain tensioners, MSD ignition, and a 911R-style exhaust. It has also been equipped with Bilstein shocks, aluminum tailing arms, welded strut tower supports, and a 5-speed 915 manual transaxle with a Tarett Engineering shift coupler. Having been enjoyed by the seller over the past several years on local rallies and car shows, PCA events, weekend drives, and Porsche gatherings including Luftgekühlt in October 2023, this 911T is now being offered for auction out of Tennessee.
This 911T was refurbished and modified under prior ownership with rust repairs and the installation of fiberglass bodywork including 911R-style bumpers, fenders, doors, a hood, and a rear decklid. The car is finished in white and decorated with custom racing graphics. Accessories include Cibie hood lights, a side number light, louvered rear quarter windows, a Plexiglas rear window, a polished driver’s side mirror, and 911R-style taillights, markers, and door handles. It rides on 15” Fuchs wheels that were mounted with Michelin TB-15 vintage racing tires in 2019. The seller notes that the paint shows some patina and all the graphics are removable decals. Detailed images are provided in the gallery.
Inside, this 911T features a black interior that has been stripped of carpeting and fitted with a pair of GT 911R bucket seats, a roll bar, Schroth safety harnesses, Heuer rally timers, and 911R-style door panels with slide-up windows. Other accessories include a leather dashboard, rubber floor mats, a map light, auxiliary switches for the exterior lights, additional VDO oil pressure and voltage gauges, and custom gauges by John Bell including a 911R 10k-rpm tachometer and 250-kph speedometer. A Speedpilot rally computer has also been installed but is not connected due to the electronic pickup on the 915 transaxle. The new speedometer has not yet been connected, although all other gauges and accessories are said to be working properly.
Power comes from a 3.0-liter flat-six engine which was sourced from European-spec 1979 Porsche 911SC and rebuilt with ARP head studs, Turbo lower valve covers, hydraulic Carrera chain tensioners, a 911R-stye exhaust with headers, MSD ignition, and Italian Weber 40 IDA3C carburetors with PMO intakes. The rear wheels are driven by way of a 5-speed 915 manual transaxle with a Tarett Engineering shift coupler. The car also features aluminum trailing arms, Bilstein shocks, a welded front strut brace, and rear strut tower supports. Service completed under the seller’s ownership includes a new fuel tank and center-mounted filler neck, a new fuel pump, valve cover gaskets, distributor cap & rotor, a new ignition coil, spark plugs, batteries, a new alternator, an oil and filter change, and rebuilt carburetors with new intake gaskets.
This sale will include some documentation, a spare tire, and a clean title.
The seller would like you to know: “This has been a very fun car to have in the stable. It is a unique outlaw/hotrod that is fun for mountain drives and rallies. Always a crowd-pleaser at events. A true visceral driving experience.”