Restoration has been good to this 1971 911T Coupe. It punches above
its model designation, maintains a vintage 911 smell (never doubt
the olfactory system's contribution to desire) and practically begs
you to take the long way to the grocery store- preferably through
the nearest set of esses with an on-camber sweeper before a long
This 911T, chassis number 9111121100, was restored to its original
Light Ivory (paint code 1111) over black leatherette combination by
a marque specialist less than a decade ago. Since then, it's only
gained about 393 miles but was regularly started and maintained in
a dry storage facility.
It starts quickly and runs extremely well, having benefited from an
invisible E upgrade. These 2.2-liter carbureted T cars were rated
at about 125 horsepower, but this car delivers a dyno-verified 143
horsepower to the wheels. One small concession was made to
modernity in the form of a pressure-fed tensioner upgrade,
otherwise, the engine compartment appears as factory and is tidy
The suspension and brakes benefitted from the same tidy
presentation and abundance of new parts- Bilstein dampers, rebuilt
braking system, new bushings and bearings throughout. This T has a
rear sway bar, quelling rear roll.
The interior is refreshed and presents very well. The gauges are
fresh, and the car retains its original tunnel carpet but received
fresh carpet elsewhere. Armrests and pockets are freshened-up
The exterior is very nice, having undergone a bare-metal repaint to
ensure nothing was hidden and nothing will bite the next owner.
Light Ivory is a perfect shade for a car like this- not so flashy
as to attract the watchful eye of the law, but not devoid of color
either. It's a color that likes shade and sunlight, never too
Everything in moderation, except quality- ask for that in spades.
Ask for this car when you call.
1971 Porsche 911T
Exterior Color:Light Ivory
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