- Wonderfully presented in Tangerine over black
- Originally optioned with factory Comfort equipment
- Offered with owner’s manual, Maintenance Record book, and spare key
- Documented by invoices, restoration photographs, and Porsche COA
- Includes tool kit, jack, and spare wheel
Built in March 1972, this 911 T was originally delivered to a gentleman in Tulsa, Oklahoma, as confirmed by its original Maintenance Record book. The Porsche was originally finished in Light Yellow over a black leatherette interior with houndstooth seat inserts. It was outfitted with the desirable Comfort equipment package, which consisted of 911 S instrumentation, gold rear emblems, aluminum doorsill plates, S rubber moldings on the bumpers and beneath the doors, and chrome rocker panels. The car was also optioned with Koni shock absorbers (in place of the Boge type), front and rear stabilizers, and tinted glass all around, and fitted with Pirelli tires.
While the subsequent history is largely unknown, records indicate the car exchanged hands in 2013. At this time the car’s mileage was recorded at 88,000 miles, which was believed to be original. Receipts show that over $40,000 was spent in reconditioning the Porsche both mechanically and cosmetically, including refinishing the car in vibrant Tangerine. The work is documented by a collection of photographs, maintenance records, and restoration documentation.
Today the Porsche displays 89,750 miles, all of which have been driven on its original, matching-numbers engine. The car is also accompanied by a host of original accessories, including its Maintenance Record book, owner’s manuals and folio, spare keys, and Emission Control System booklet. Furthermore, the 911 T is offered with a reproduction tool kit, jack, and spare Fuchs wheel.
Its attractive Tangerine-over-black presentation, excellent overall condition, and original accessories make this 911 T an excellent candidate for PCA rallies and events or an enjoyable drive to wherever this Porsche may take you.