1967 Porsche 912 Coupe
Lovely 912 with great paint in awesome Sand Beige. The interior is all-original down to the carpets and it's a real testament to the old German materials that went into building it. This is a classic sixties Porsche color combo and looks great on this 912. Classic green and black gauges are also a nice highlight to the interior.
It's equipped with a dogleg manual 5-speed that shifts well and doesn't make any noise. The motor, tires, brakes and suspension have all been gone through and this 912 is ready to go anywhere reliably for her new owner. These 912's are the value play in the vintage Porsche market. They have the character of a late 356 and far more fun to drive on a curvy road than an early 911. If you have been looking for a really good 912 this is a great one to own!
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