• VIN 9113100780
• Completed October of 1972
• 2.4L with Mechanical Fuel Injection (MFI)
• F Series, Model Year 1973 - One of 2,302 Produced
Originally delivered from the factory in Sepia Brown (54) with a
Beige leatherette upholstery. Options include US Equipment, Forged
Alloy Wheels, Chrome Fender Molding, Comfort Equipment, Manual
Antenna, and Tinted Glass All Around. The exterior is currently
finished in Fly Yellow with Black stripes with black badging, and a
rear black decklid grill. The upholstery is in excellent condition
and features a leather-wrapped Momo steering wheel, VDO
instrumentation, and new charcoal carpets. Restored Fuch 6" x 15"
alloy wheels are fitted to Ironman tires. The undercarriage is very
straight with no signs of any rust.
Mechanically powered by the matching 2.4L flat-six engine
(producing 130 hp) with Mechanical Fuel Injection paired to a
5-speed manual 915 transmission and four-wheel disc brakes. Very
good mechanical condition with plenty of power and a
smooth-shifting 915 transmission. An excellent opportunity to
acquire the final year of early "long hood" production to
Beginning in January 1973 Bosch K-Jetronic CIS (Continuous Fuel
Injection) system from Bosch was used on the Type 911/91 engine,
which replaced mechanical fuel injection (MFI) in the 1972-1973
911T model. The CIS was only produced for the last six months of
the model year before the new 1974 model 911s came out with the big
impact bumpers August 1973. The CIS 2.4-liter engine produces 140
horsepower @ 5,700 rpm with a 915 traditional 5-speed transmission
and four-wheel disc brakes. Only 1,944 K-Jetronic (CIS) fuel
injection were built. Truly an amazing 911 to drive!
1973 Porsche 911T
Location:Costa Mesa, California
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