This 1976 Porsche 912 is in Copper Brown with Tan Beige
with less than 94k miles.
Matching numbers and colors per the COA (Certificate of Authenticity)
Engine no. 4061010
Transmission no. 060981
This car spent nearly 15 years in its early life in a hanger in Santa Monica, California. A three owner car from new.
It was purchased by the second owner in Arizona where the car stayed for a short time. The current owner then purchased the car and it has been here on California's central coast for the last six years.
Mechanically excellent. New clutch installed by Porsche of Monterey, CA in 2016 at 93,013 miles. Also done at that time a valve adjustment, new DME Relay and courtesy inspection.
Paint is excellent. Windows out respray in its original color of Copper Brown (color code Z6). All new seals and gaskets. Work done locally by Bruce Pestana.
Forged Alloy Wheels - 5J x 14, Tires 185HR14
Manual Antenna - Left w/ Front Loudspeaker & Noise Suppression
White Rectangular Fog Lamps Below the Bumper
Tinted Glass All Around
Interior is largely original. The dash is redone. New Headliner installed. Original sun visors. Original carpets.
Date coded spare. Custom front trunk carpet. No tools.
All smog equipment present. Smog legal for California.
Reportedly celebrity purchased as new.
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Presented for sale by Mohr Imports, Classic and Sports Car Brokers.
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