Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is excited to offer this beautiful 1969 Porsche 912! This car is stunning and it should be coming off of a recent restoration in the last 2 years and is beautiful inside and out. These beautiful cars are known as the base model Porsche of its time being very similar to the ever popular 911. But do not let that fool you, these cars are very nimble and very efficient with its flat 4 engine, low drag and low weight. Also being that it is a 1969 model,it is one of the last years they made these fantastic cars. During its two year restoration this one was done as factory as you can get,and taken all the way back to original including all interior parts even the glass. The car is painted in a stunning original blood orange paint scheme and black Porsche racing stripes. This bad boy is then powered by a 1.6 L Type 616/39 Flat 4. It is then strapped up to a factory optioned 5 speed manual transmission. The interior is trimmed in its original black vinyl interior and factory correct AM/FM Radio. The 912 is sitting on its original shiny Porsche Wheels with center hubcaps. This car is sure to turn heads at any local show or give you the stepping stone into any Porsche enthusiasts club. To see more 100+ HD pictures and videos of this beautiful 1969 Porsche 912, please visit GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information or to schedule an appointment to come an view this iconic sports car in person, please call the Tampa showroom at (813)645-6200 or email us directly at Tampa@GatewayClassicCars.com. See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/TPA/748/1969-Porsche-912
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