1967 Porsche 911
It has been driven 2,437 miles (as of 4-13-20) since initial delivery after most of the restoration and engine rebuild was completed in September 2015.
Five speed manual transmission.
This matching numbers 1967 Porsche 911 completed production at the factory on July 7, 1966 and has had only two owners in its entire life. It was purchased by the first owner in San Francisco on October 29, 1966 and by the second/present owner in 1983 in Southern California whereafter it was taken to Lincoln, Nebraska in 1984 where it has remained since.
An extensive and thorough sympathetic restoration and engine rebuild was started in October 2013 and completed in April 2016. The car has the same Light Ivory color and Black Leatherette interior color as when it left the factory. The majority of the interior is preserved in its original, unrestored state.
All restoration and engine rebuild invoices are available. Extensive pictures are available, including in part, pictures of the matching numbers VIN, engine and transmission. A recent video is also available.
Five speed transmission. Two triple throat Weber carburetors. Flat six cylinder engine. 130 bhp. Brakes- new master cylinder, hoses, pads, and rebuilt calipers. Original Fuchs, ventilated chrome wheels (including spare). Left hand exterior mirror. Original, functioning Blaupunkt radio. Vlacek Polak license plate holder.
Original tools, jack, and owner's manual. Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. Copy of original Motor Vehicle Purchase Order. Extensive invoices available from throughout both ownerships, including in part records of the first engine rebuild during the first ownership.
The car was appraised by Donald W. Osborne, ASA April 21, 2016 and his report is dated June 20, 2016. Type of Value: Replacement Value Comparable. Intended Use: Insurance Coverage. Insurance appraisal value $175,000.00
Donald stated in part in his appraisal:"Very good, largely original, partially refurbished driver.' 'It retains a very original feel while clearly having been maintained and refurbished to a high level."
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