1967 Porsche 911S Coupe

We are pleased to present this 1967 Porsche 911S Coupe finished in Polo Red over a black leatherette interior.  Introduced in 1967, the 911S represented the top of Porsche’s model range and was the very first “S” model 911.  Manufactured in February of 1967, this early production example was delivered to its original owner in Toronto and changed hands between three other owners in Canada before making its way to Spain in 2008.  It was later acquired by the current owner in Germany in 2016 who commissioned a no-expense-spared bare-metal restoration carried out from 2017-2020.  The restoration required over 1,500 hours of skilled labor and included a reupholstered interior as well as complete rebuilds of the flat-six engine and original 5-speed manual transmission.  A true collector’s item, this beautifully restored first-year 911S is now being offered for auction by its seller out of Germany accompanied by a copy of the original Kardex and Porsche Certificate of Authenticity.

During the restoration, this short wheelbase 911S was completely disassembled, stripped to bare metal, and refinished in its original color of Polo Red.  All threads, screws, washers, and other non-galvanized parts were treated with Permafluid anti-rust oil.  Additionally, the wheel arches and inner door panels are treated with Permafilm, a rust inhibitor originally used in shipbuilding.  The restoration process is thoroughly documented in a collection of images provided in the gallery.  For 1967, the new 911S was debuted with 15”x4.5” Fuchs wheels, the first of the classic five-spoke forged-alloy wheels that would come to define the Porsche 911 in years to come.  This example retains its rare original wheels which are currently dressed in a set of Pirelli CN36 tires measuring 165/60R15.

Inside, the cabin has been restored to factory specifications with all new carpeting and black leatherette upholstery apart from the rear seats which remain original.  Factory equipment includes an antenna and loudspeaker mounted in the center dashboard.  The 5-digit odometer was set to “0” upon completion of the restoration and currently shows approximately 300km.

As part of its complete restoration, the correct-type air-cooled 2.0L flat-six engine (961958) was completely rebuilt along with the original IDS Weber carburetors and numbers matching Type 901/02 5-speed manual gearbox (103624).  The brakes, suspension, and electrical system were also completely overhauled while the engine spent nearly 10 hours on a test bench before being reinstalled.  Since the restoration, this 911S obtained a TÜV certificate per Germany’s stringent road regulations. Images of the undercarriage, case stampings, and engine build process are provided in the gallery.

This sale will include a toolkit, jack, owner's manual, a copy of the original Kardex, and a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity.  A fine example of one of the most coveted early 911s, this 1967 911S would make a perfect addition to any world-class Porsche collection.


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  • Auction End: 2022-03-17 20:48:02+00:00
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Comments (23)

  • Pureos (seller) 5 months, 3 weeksago

    Thanks all for bidding. Offers are welcome.

  • dualres902 5 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $160,000

  • stpgrace 5 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $155,000

  • dualres902 5 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $145,000

  • PCARMARKET_MODERATOR 5 months, 3 weeksago

    Additional content has been added to the listing gallery.

  • Pureos (seller) 5 months, 3 weeksago

    @Terry911T Yes of course. Kardex is best and with much more details. Thats why I have that for all my cars.
    COA should be up shortly.

  • Terry911T (registered bidder) 5 months, 3 weeksago

    @Pureos Thanks....Kardex is much better IMO. Just thought I missed the COA.

  • Pureos (seller) 5 months, 3 weeksago

    @Terry911T Hi, I uploaded it but not sharded by PCARMARKET team.
    I will try to get the document shared to all.

  • Terry911T (registered bidder) 5 months, 3 weeksago

    I can't seem to find the COA amongst the pictures.

  • hhlashwe 5 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $140,000

  • Pureos (seller) 5 months, 4 weeksago

    The location of the car is near the Frankfurt Rhein Main Airport. International transport is therefore not a problem and I can organize it.

  • BoJones (registered bidder) 6 monthsago

    @Pureos Thanks! I thought others might see it as well, so why not get it resolved. Such a beautiful, beautiful car. GLWTS

  • Pureos (seller) 6 monthsago

    @BoJones Thanks. Good eyes for very small details!! Since we used the original engine cover, the holes for the letters are untouched. But the line of the letters is correct and unfortunately the viewing angles of the pictures distort a bit.

  • Pureos (seller) 6 monthsago

    @dualres902 Cool new bid. We will see how auction will go on.

  • BoJones (registered bidder) 6 monthsago

    Surprisingly, the rear deck Porsche letters look like they’re sitting in a bowl of alphabet soup. It’s the details.

  • dualres902 6 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $130,911

  • Pureos (seller) 6 monthsago

    As announced, some more details.
    The body was stripped of paint with plastic granulate and then phosphated to protect against rust.
    The body still has the original factory underbody.
    However, the rear axle cross tube had to be replaced, for which we used an old one from a donor vehicle. The work was of course carried out with the help of a Gilette straightening bench.
    The sills were opened completely to check the condition of the heater dampers (which were in perfect condition) and to carry out further rust prevention.
    The doors are installed on delivery and the door leaves have been completely renewed on the outside.
    The subsequent painting with the correct Glasurit paint was carried out in a special company, whereby all components were painted individually.
    The sub-floor was painted with a special stone chip and anti-rust paint. The use of bitumen was avoided for reasons of water migration and possible known rust problems.

    The engine and gearbox have been completely dismantled, checked and rebuilt from scratch and are in like new condition.
    As you can see in the pictures, the cylinder heads and cylinders are correctly dated.
    Instead of the original Mahle pistons, improved pistons from Woessner were installed. All bearings as well as the oil pump have also been renewed.

    All attachment parts of the axles were primed and then powder coated. All yellow chromated parts have been reconditioned and galvanized with the old chrome 6 version. This made it possible, for example, to use the old versions of the hose clamps again.
    Components such as headlights and lights have also been refurbished and re-steamed with chrome.
    In conclusion, it remains to be said that the rebuilding was carried out without any cost restrictions!

  • Pureos (seller) 6 monthsago

    Thanks for start bidding. Tommorow I will tell you some more about restoration process and some other details not yet described.

  • HOWARDHAWKS 6 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $100,000

  • JohnBlackyoldtimer 6 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $30,911

  • Pureos (seller) 6 monthsago

    @jstoll Hello Jstoll. Please specify what picture you exactly want. If possible I would make a picture of what you want.
    The 4.5x15 Fuchs mounted on the car are the original ones. It is not an aftermarket version like Brial; Maxwheel or similar!
    They were refurbished by the german specialist Harald Gebhard (www.felgenveredelung-gebhardt.de) to new condition. Also they are anodized with two different types like Fuchs delivered it 1966/67.
    The Pirelli CN36 tyres are with N6 Porsche certification installed with tubes. This tyre is the only one which has certification and also V speed limit of 240km/h.

  • jstoll (registered bidder) 6 monthsago

    Pictures of original wheels?

  • Pureos (seller) 6 monthsago

    my name is Rene and I am the owner of that beautifull 911.
    I will try to answer all questions asop.

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1967 Porsche 911S Coupe
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