1969 Porshe 911E

1969 Porsche 911 911E

Condition: Used
Make: Porsche
Model: 911
SubModel: 911E
Type: Coupe
Trim: Standard
Year: 1969
Mileage: 135,300
VIN: 119220153
Color: Yellow
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Gaston, Oregon, United States
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True "barn find". Last licensed in 1989. In storage for 25 years. Car I.D. #119220153. Engine I.D. #6290401. Almost 100% certainty that this is the original engine and transaxle, hich I would almost bet have never been out of the car. Buying the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity is a mute point considering the engine number completely jibes with the VIN. This car has some surface rust but overall is quite nice. In comparison to most "barn finds", his one is quite exceptional. Only real rust bubbles are on the lower portion of the right front fender, nd even they're not really bad. Also both headlight buckets on the inner fender side have minor rust in the bottoms of the bucket, here the wire grommet was located.

This car has the complete air cleaner assembly, ncluding ducting, hich was removed to access the engine I.D. number mounted on the right side of the crank case. Original Fuchs alloys with an alloy spare rim. I have removed the fuel tank, hich was 3/4's full of odiferous fuel. With a seep in a hose, HAD to get it away from the car! The fuel tank will most likely need replacing. The car appears to be 100% complete. The interior needs to be restored. The dash top has no cracks. The head liner is even in good shape with no rips. Sorry no books, ecords or original jack.

The condition of the engine/transmission are unknown. Original miles of 134,300. This car is a great candidate for a restoration, here the body has very little repairs needed. Original paint color was orange, hich for some reason, t was repainted yellow. The heat exchangers on the engine have pretty much fallen apart and will need to be changed.

All the glass is good, rim pieces all there. The wood pedal board is in the front trunk, hich needs to be replaced. I have NOT tried to turn the engine over, s I feel it should be oiled up before doing that.

With the car sitting for 25 years, t simply needs to be dismantled and overhauled. Trying to get it running as is, ould be pointless. I can take pictures of any part of this car. It's available for an inspection. An original short hood mechanically fuel injected 2 liter 911, aiting for the right person to bring it back to life. I attended the Werks Reunion in Monterey hoping to revive my enthusiasm to restore this car, ut with four other cars on my plate, can't do them all. If you need further pictures or info, lease call 503-985-0119 .

All of the usual Ebay caveats apply--don't waste my time if you're not serious and have your financial house in order.