1976 Porsche 911S Outlaw.
5-Speed Manual (915).
Minerva Blue Metallic.
Steel SC Rear Flares.
Complete Engine Rebuild.
Brand New High Quality Glass Out Repaint.
Zero Rust (California Car).
Updated Carrera Tensioners.
Other Highlights Include:
Factory sport seats.
Dealer installed factory air.
Dark blue carpeting.
All original body panels.
New OEM weather stripping and seals.
Brand new BFG tires.
Car lowered to European ride height.
RennLine mechanical hood struts.
All new head studs.
11 blade fan.
Early heat exchangers.
Spent its life in Southern California (until 2018).
This absolutely stunning SC was taken apart in order to do a very proper paint job! The doors, front and rear decklids, and all glass was removed. The car received all new weather stripping and seals. The builder is one of the best in the business! Notice the appearance with the steel rear SC factory fender flares. You will enjoy a narrow bodied car with a very racey stance created by the flares!
Please note that it only has 68,900 miles. This is a car you can drive and enjoy. If it is kept in its current condition and has regular maintenance, you will be able to drive it free for a long time into the future.
Collector car financing available at competitive rates.
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