You will find the Porsche 911 2.2 S MFI (911/02) concours condition, zustandsnot at our partner Aaldering Gallery. Please feel free to contact us if you want to know more about this Porsche Coupé 1969.
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Acquired by the Allgemeine Spreng und Tauchgesellschaft on 13th November 1969 from Autohaus Winter in Berlin. This is a rare 1970`s version of the 2.2 S. of which only 1734 were ever produced. It is powered by the 2.2 MFI, 178 bhp (911/02) ‘matching numbers’ engine. It has manual fuel Injection, 5-gear transmission and aluminum boot lid and middle rear bumper section. With a certified 152,525 km on the clock over a 48-year period, this car comes with a rich history that has been documented from the sale in 1969 right up to 24th September 2017! There is an abundance of correspondence with Porsche, bills, and even the first German ‘Kraftfahrzeugbrief Kfz’! A member of the USAF, who kept the car for the next 32 years, exported it to the USA in 1975. In 1997 the car was exported to Holland. From 2005-2006 an approved German Porsche specialist fully restored the car to its` current concourse condition. The complete restoration comes with a written and photographic rapport. Since the restoration the car has only clocked up 7,000 km. The arrow-straight bodywork has perfect panel fittings. The chassis is colour-coded. The finish is a customized so-called ‘Sonderenwunschfarbe 9898’ known as ‘Traffic Red’. The cabin has a wonderful patina with its` original black leather trim and is just perfectly authentic in every detail! It also comes with a number of factory fitted additions such as; chrome rims and a full leather interior (including the steering wheel). The car has a plethora of certificates. It has a Porsche certificate, a ‘Gesamtzustand 1’(1st class overall condition certification) after an extensive Classic Data inspection as well as a FIVA Passport in category A3.
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Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, usually shortened to Porsche AG (German pronunciation: [ˈpɔʁʃə] ( listen)), is a German automobile manufacturer specializing in high-performance sports cars, SUVs and sedans.
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