Up for auction is a 1976 Porsche 911S outlaw. The car was built with all of the essentials necessary for a track monster with the drivability of a Sunday cruiser. This 911 started its life in Colorado and remained there until 2015. It now currently resides with the seller in Lewiston, NY and is stated to have only been used for PCA club events and DE. With only 58k miles on the odometer, this 911 is ready to be fully enjoyed by its next owner.
The rarely seen Bitter Chocolate (T3) is stated to be very original and honest with only minimal paintwork carried out over the years. You will notice peppering on the front bumper that is typical of a vehicle that was thoroughly enjoyed. The seller notes that the vehicle is in otherwise excellent cosmetic condition and has been garage kept when not in use. The exterior is loaded with unique features that add to the aggressive look and performance. Key exterior features include:
The interior of this 911 is not only pleasing to the eye, but comes equipped with many desirable upgrades. A MOMO steering wheel and WEVO short shifter help to elevate the driving experience while OMP Vintage bucket seats with a 4 point harnesses keep you locked in place. Other key interior upgrades include:
Performance is where this 911 outlaw shines. The numbers matching engine has been built to a 2.8L and is accompanied by a long list of many crucial performance features that bring this 911 to a very high level.
Wheels and Brakes
The sale will include a Certificate of Authenticity, all books, keys, and records.