967 Porsche 911 S Coupe
Stock Number 1750
Now available from CPR Classic is this immaculate 1967 911S that has underwent a complete concour restoration by CPR. The car was a complete restoration by CPR where it was 100 percent disassembled and taken down to bare metal. Then necessary panel replacements and repairs were made and proper leading was performed to prevent the use of body filler.
After all body work and fitment was completed the car was primed and properly prepped for paint. Following prep, the car was finished in Glasurit Light Ivory giving the car its stunning finish. Then the car went off to Autos International in Sorrento Valley to have its proper black German leather interior and carpets installed.
Upon return to CPR the car underwent and extensive assembly process where only factory original or very high quality reproduction parts were used to give the car its superb level of restoration that it retains now. The matching numbers engine was overhauled in house by our engine department and runs outstanding. The transmission was also completely overhauled with proper gear sets installed.
This is a rare opportunity to purchase a Porsche from CPR that has undergone our rigorous concour restoration process without having to wait the 2 years it takes to produce a car to this level.
The car is a completely numbers matching example including its original exterior and interior colors, engine and transmission. This 911S would fit right in in any high end collection and is likely the highest quality short wheel base 911 on the market today. Don't miss this very rare opportunity to own a CPR Certified restoration.
This 911S is under bumper to bumper warranty with CPR Classic for one year after the date of purchase.
For more information please call our sales department at (760) 723-8900.
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