1969 Porsche 911T
This 69 911T was originally Burgandy Red #6808. The car was a special order and delivered new to 1st owner at Porsche Car Pacific in California. Options included "S" Aluminum brakes, vented rotors, "S" Gauges, "S" trim package, Koni struts, 15" Fuchs, tinted windows, rear defroster, 5 speed and Michelins. At some point the car was painted Polo Red. I have both COA and Kardex.
The car stayed in California until 1994, when it was sold to NJ, fully documented with copy of title. In 1995 w/75k miles the matching # trans was rebuilt. In 1996 w/76k miles the matching # engine was re-built with Turbo chain tensioners. I have those documents. I have film pictures of the car painted red with personalized NJ plate "SCARTH" of the 1st NJ owner. In 2001 the car was sold to 2nd NJ owner with 77k miles. The 2nd owner had the 15x6" Fuchs refinished by Al Reed. The car was used as a weekend driver for about 5k miles then parked in a barn for about 10 years.
The car came with a refurbished fuel tank by Finger's Radiator, which I installed with new screens, filters and lines. I changed the oil and filter, using Valvoline VR-1. I did a compression test: 1)175; 2)175; 3)167 4)170 5)170 6)170. I installed 2 new batteries and changed plugs. The engine starts easily and runs well, however will need to be thoroughly gone through and will need carb work. The engine has good oil pressure. The trans and clutch work fine, the brakes work but will need servicing.
The floor is original and solid, battery boxes are solid, however the front pan has been patched and will need some work. Paint was driver level and bottom of driver left fender has some rust. The seats are not ripped, door panels and pockets un-cut. The Sony stereo system has an Alpine equalizer in glove box, and Pioneer speakers mounted on top of rear deck. The original carpet has to be replaced and the car comes with a new in box black carpet. Ordered new without the front stabilizer, the car also comes with a stock front stabilizer kit. This is an excellent car to either refurbish "as is" or restore back to original condition. Priced to sell at $54,950. The car is in NJ.