Now available from CPR Classic is this stunning 1969 Porsche 911S
Coupe finished in its correct Bahama Yellow over a Black interior.
The car is entirely numbers-matching as per the included CoA.
The car was initially delivered to the US and spent the majority of
its life in the Southern California area. The car underwent a
complete restoration by a marque specialist in the Los Angeles area
in 2008. Every component of the vehicle was either restored or
replaced as needed during the renovation, resulting in the
beautiful 2-liter 911S shown here. The car's paint quality and
bright-work are superb, panel fit excellent, and the additional
focus on drivability apparent. The restoration did not remove the
intoxicating aroma well-kept vintage 911s attain through use and
custodianship; sitting in this car is an evocative experience in
itself. The throttle bodies, linkage, and intake stacks were
overhauled in May 2013.
This 1969 S sold to a long-time CPR client in late 2013. It was
then shipped to and resided in Australia in a climate-controlled
facility until early 2019. The car was used sparingly during this
time, exercised for several hundred miles to ensure that it
remained in peak running condition.
After its time in Australia, CPR acquired the car and then
re-imported it to the United States. It arrived via the port of
Long Beach and now resides in our showroom.
If you are in the market for a beautiful 911S that you can still
drive, this car is a must-see example.
Please call for more information, +1(760) 723-8900
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