This 1977 Porsche 911S represents the final year of the 2.7-liter engine and comes finished in Guards Red over a black interior with optional Sport Seats. Family-owned since new, the seller reportedly invested over $30k to recondition the car after 24 years of climate-controlled storage where the car had been kept on an elevated rack with all fluids drained. Previously listed on PCARMARKET, this 911S is now being offered for auction by its seller out of Washington with approximately 20k miles showing on the odometer.
Repainted in its original Guards Red color, this Coupe was configured without a sunroof and comes equipped with a driver’s side mirror, U.S. spec bumperettes, chrome window trim, aluminum rocker moldings, and factory 15” Fuchs wheels dressed in Michelin 195/65 R15 A/S tires. The seller indicates that the passenger door has dings and there are minor paint bubbles on the roof near the windshield. The front windshield seal and rear window seal have also been replaced. Additional images are provided in the gallery.
The black interior features optional Sport Seats with tartan inserts, a three-spoke leather steering wheel, a lockable glovebox, manual crank windows, and an aftermarket radio with door-mounted speakers. The air conditioning unit is currently uninstalled and was reportedly operational when removed.
The air-cooled 2.7-liter flat-six engine was rated at 165 HP, driving the rear wheels through a 5-speed manual transmission. The heater box exhaust manifolds have been replaced with headers, and an updated 11-blade fan was installed during the family’s ownership. The car was professionally maintained by a local Porsche technician and extensive service records are said to be included.
The sale will include a clean title, owner's manuals, toolkit, spare tire, car cover, and original parts that were removed and kept in a storage container.