You never really know what you will find in a barn. From
memorabilia that elicit feelings of nostalgia to every-day tools
and supplies, there's no limit to what you can find stored away
within its walls, and this 1966 Porsche 911 Coupe reinforces the
very wonderment of barn finds.
After we took this '66 911 Coupe under our wing, we had it refinished in Concours-level Polo Red lacquer. Its coat beautifully accents its smooth, black interior. All of the numbers on this model are matching, and it was an early production '66 model that was included with rare Solex carburetors.
Since 1980, this sizzling 911 Coupe has had two owners, and even after spending a spell in the barn, it emerged as an extremely original survivor. It's rust-free with no accidents and zero replacement panels of any kind.
The story of this 911's discovery is unique in and of itself, and its thorough, detailed restoration is just as special. Our team maintained its authenticity and carefully preserved its original interior and carpets, glass, and trim, among other parts. All of the chrome is original as well.
This 911 is the what dreams are made of, and we're here to turn your dream into your reality.
1964 coupe’s rusted remains were found by a reality-TV show, brought back to life by experts at Porsche Museum
Sports coupe with fewer than 10,000 miles will be featured at the October auction
The Pick of the Day is one of the high-performance versions and said to be in great original condition
Lehman Keen is best known for building Safari Porsche 911s, but before that he was a professional race car driver with a childhood that revolved around Porsches.
The build list reads like something out of a true Porsche enthusiast’s fantasy
This labor of Porsche love certainly did not happen overnight
What started as a fun road trip idea transformed into a complete resto-mod
Voitures Extravert is now taking old Porsche 911s and turning them into electric cars