Porsche 911 T 1969 Model

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Porsche 911 T 1969 Model

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Price: R1,45 Million

The Porsche 911 was developed as a much more powerful, larger, more comfortable replacement for the Porsche 356. The new car made its public debut at the 1963 Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung, better known to English speakers as the Frankfurt Motor Show.

It was initially designated as the "Porsche 901", after its internal project number. However, Peugeot protested on the grounds that in France it had exclusive rights to car names formed by three numbers with a zero in the middle. So, instead of selling the new model with another name in France, Porsche changed the name to 911. It went on sale in 1964.

 

The 1969 model year marked the first major changes to Porsche’s well-received 911. The wheelbase was stretched an additional 2.4 inches, which served to greatly enhance the car’s handling characteristics. The wings were slightly flared to accommodate larger wheels & tyres, and the interior heating & cooling system was improved. Three models were offered, the 911T with Weber carburettors & 911E & 911S models with fuel injection. A total of 3,561 Porsche T Coupes were built by Karmann at Osnabruck.

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Statutory for a vehicle of this age, the owner has made a few necessary tweaks to uphold the car’s usability, but none of it distracts from the classic driving experience that these cars offer.

The example that we have for sale comes with the option of the current seats or the original Recaro seats which were a standard optional extra at the time. The seats’ dark colour matches the dashboard, and contrasts with the lighter roof lining, which gives the upper part of the cabin an airy feel. Being a left-hand-drive example built in 1969 somehow adds to the appeal of this 911 for me. It is, after all, the side the Germans themselves drive on.

Original Riccaro Seats Optional

Original Riccaro Seats Optional

The example that we have for sale was previously been owned by one of the chief judges of Concourse SA. The car is a matching numbers example.The vehicle has been maintained by M & R Motors has a documented maintenance history.

Model:                    1969         
Transmission type: Manual             
Vehicle colour:       Orange  
Mileage:                 Restored                            
Interior colour:       Black
Number of doors:  Two Doors         
Convertible:           No     
Driver side:            Left Hand Side             
Fuel:                       Petrol     
Motor size (CC):    2199cc  
Owner's Manual:    No        
Service History:     Partial

Price:R1,45 Million