1973 Porsche 911 E

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Light Ivory | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 2.4 MFI flat six | 67,414 miles showing | SOLD

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The Porsche 911, “They are unique, they have character… and will admirably serve the man who is sensitive to them and with equal facility betray the one who isn’t” – Car & Driver 1972 February Issue - this undissolving Porsche nature has been like this from the beginning thus building legions of breathless enthusiasts ever since.

First produced in 1964 all models produced up to 1973 have become THE most desirable Porsche’s on the market as they feature the original Porsche 911 design, serving as inspiration for all 911s in the years that followed.

The 911 model E and S are considered the most sought-after due to their highly-praised MFI (Mechanical-Fuel Injection) 2.4 litre Flat-Six which produces 165 HP to its rear wheels.

Available here today is an ultra-rare and ‘Last of’ the small bumper 911’s, a 1973 Porsche 911 E Coupé; Australian delivered and numbers matching.

This 911 was sold new through Porsche Cars Australian Distributer in Melbourne on the 16th of February 1973 In E specification and optioned with a sportomatic transmission.

Today this Porsche presents as an original and an exceedingly well-preserved survivor, the interior is untouched and the body work is in excellent order throughout.

In March 2020 this Porsche was the subject of a complete engine rebuild along with a 915 5-Speed manual conversion and had the suspension system and drivelines overhauled.

Shortly afterwards it was sent to a marque specialist in Melbourne and had the original and correct Bosch Fuel Pump rebuilt, throttle bodies rebuilt, throttle microswitch and fuel injectors replaced.

Accompanying the sale of the vehicle is its original sportomatic transmission, its original set of service books and paperwork documenting its recent major works.

With so few arriving on our shores, this is a rare opportunity to invest and enjoy a classic 911 and would suit the most discerning collector or enthusiast, a viewing is a must.
 

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