Rare 1965 Porsche 911 Coupe: Early Short-Wheelbase Example This
1965 Porsche 911 Coupe is an extremely desirable early
Short-Wheelbase example that has had a 912 engine installed at some
point in its life. Silver with black interior. Chassis # 300965 is
just out of long-term ownership and storage. It's original engine
went missing long ago. Mechanically sound, the car runs and drives
well but would benefit from a straightforward cosmetic
recommissioning at this time. Imperfections in the body are noted
in the lower section of the doors. The car is in need of paintwork
as it is showing its age at this point. The Mahle wheels are 15"
and a matching spare wheel is in the front trunk. The original
engine was replaced with a 1.6-liter flat-four sourced from a 1965
Porsche 912. Disc brakes all around. This highly collectible early
911 comes accompanied by a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. The
car was built in April 1965 and was originally born in Light Ivory
(6404). This extremely rare 911 Coupe represents an excellent value
and is not to be missed by any Porsche enthusiast. Chassis no.
300965 Highly Desirable Short-Wheelbase, First-Generation Example
Accompanied by Porsche Certificate of Authenticity Excellent Early
911 with Exceptional Purity of Line and Function Strong Running 912
1965 Porsche 911
Location:Astoria, New York
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