1969 Porsche 912.
Ossi Blue (Code 6803).
Original Manuals, Service Records, 2-Keys, Tools, Jack and Spare.
This gorgeous, number’s matching and rust free 912 is considered to be part of the most desirable models of the 912 era. It was the first year for Porsche to introduce to the world long wheelbase cars.
The car comes in the very captivating Ossi Blue, which looks absolutely stunning! The paint is in superb condition, as well as all the chrome trim pieces.
The black interior is in great shape as well. Everything has been very nicely preserved, and the blue dotted coco mats add a nice touch and compliment the Ossi Blue exterior.
The engine bay has just been entirely refurbished and powder coated, and all the stickers are period correct. The floors are all original.
The 6x15 Fuchs are in nice shape, and are fitted with Michelin tires.
The car performs beautifully and everything works as it should.
This 912 is a two owner California car, with the second owner acquiring this blue beaut in May of 1992. According to the service inserts, the car underwent paint restoration, and a engine/transmission rebuild a few years earlier. Under the care of the second owner, the car was always garaged and driven very sporadically.
Overall, this is an absolutely astonishing Porsche 912 that will leave a memorable impression wherever it is taken.
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It took three months, but the classic is back in the owners’ garage
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Vaughn Gittin Jr. drifts his way around the Nordschleife