1970 Porsche 911T coupe roller no papers bill of sale NO RESERVE signal orange

1970 Porsche 911 T

Condition: Used
Make: Porsche
Model: 911
Trim: T
Year: 1970
VIN: 9110120399
Color: Blue
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Salvage
Item location: Port Angeles, Washington, United States
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1970 Porsche 911 T roller in VICTORIA, BC CANADA.
eBay will not let me set the location to V8S3X6, but that's where I am.
No Reserve. Bid to win.

Originally signal orange (code 1414) this is a long hood 911 coupe roller with very good rear quarters, wheel arches, torsion bar area, backseat and package tray area, solid longitudinals, imperfect but repairable front fenders, three ATS Cookie Cutters (15" x6"), functioning suspension (minus brake callipers) and steering (minus horn). Included in the sale are two taillight housings, one taillight lens, four half shafts, one seat back, one seat bottom, heat controls (both in dash and the parts that attach to the cowl on each side), shift linkages (both inthe cabin and the rod underneath), pedal assembly (still attached), glove box door and dash trim pieces, front bumper trim strip, engine tin, clutch, handbrake, oil and fuel filler necks, two dipsticks and other small miscellany. There is one 17" front Boxster wheel mounted on the right rear (so that it rolls). As you must know each one of these pieces is worth hundreds by itself...if you were to thoroughly part the car out.

Obviously there was a head-on incident with a tree or a phone pole years ago (after somebody painted it gemini blue). Many parts were scavenged (before my time). The passenger door was damaged and later it must have filled up with water and rusted out from the inside. There is also through rust in the floor panels, the battery box, the passenger side rocker, the passenger side A pillar (at the base) and the rear valence. Beyond that I don't see evidence of other accident damage. That central core of the car is really surprisingly dry and solid. The headliner is still in place. In sum, when you get right up close and look at how much good stuff there is to work with, it is not crazy to imagine this shell as the basis for a vintage race car.

Personally, I bought this basket case with the intention of turning it into an art project. I was going to slice the cabin lengthwise with a plasma cutter (where you see the green tape in one of the photos), purchase fibreglass doors & bumpers, restore each side with reproduction trim & lights, and hang them as gorgeous, fourteen foot long '901' shaped wall art. I was going to sell one to pay for the cost of the other. Before I was kicked out of the restoMod fb group for blasphemy I was successfully convinced by the P-car hive mind that one could instead choose to restore it (and that is probably the righteous thing to do). A stay of execution was issued.

I am listing here in the hopes that someone out there has the skills, parts, patience and money to do just that. I believe that everything you need is being reproduced - even the front assembly is now available from Dansk . Yes, it would be a massive project, but on the bright side, hot rodding it with a turbo Subaru motor wouldn't even be heresy to this resurrection, neither would an electric conversion (a la EV West).

No registration papers. Bill of Sale Only.

At this time of year there are two ferries connecting this part of the island directly to the US ports of Port Angeles or Anacortes, Washington and a third one going over to the Vancouver, BC area hourly.Conceivably with a tow dolly and two fresh rear tires one could pull this parts car over the US border via ferry (simplifying transport for the hobbyist).A foreign buyer could also arrange Ro-Ro shipping internationally, I imagine.