This one-owner 1971 Porsche 911 T comes complete with Fuchs light alloy wheels, leather interior, air conditioning, a 5-speed, and the original 2.2 liter flat six cylinder engine. Best of all, the coupe is listed here on eBay in a no reserve auction by the seller of the fine TR4 profiled Friday.
Like the TR4′s listing, the Porsche’s write-up describes the car as a solid original with no crash damage or significant rust. Apparently, the Porsche was used as summer car at a lake house spending winters carefully stored inside. This would explain the 911’s 69,000 original miles and, most importantly, corrosion free floor plans.
Other important features include its claimed list of factory-supplied options like the appearance group, AM/FM radio, A/C, Fuchs, leather and beautiful metallic blue paint. This is no small list of expensive features and the seller has paperwork showing the 911 cost a whopping $8,617.00 when new.
Finally, the listing goes to great lengths to give what appears to be a thorough description of the car in its current state. All mechanical features work well, chrome displays no pits or dings, and the doors, hood and trunk lids close perfectly. The paint is an 8 out of 10 with small chip repairs here and there and the interior is in remarkable, though slightly worn, original condition with the original key working the doors, glove box and ignition.
Original, rust-free long hood 911s like this car offer striking performance, brilliant sounds, and stand as one of the most recognizable—and beautiful— shapes on the road. And with its air conditioning and highway friendly 5-speed, this Porsche is perfect for spirited Sunday drives and long distance tours and rallies with a significant other.