1969 porsche 911t




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  • Results 1 - 15 of 25 Displaying 1 - 15 of 25 total results for classic Porsche T Vehicles for Sale. Porsche T Targa Soft Window · Porsche.

    Porsche T Targa Soft Window. The Porsche introduced in , was developed as a more powerful, larger and more comfortable replacement for the Porsche This Porsche T Soft Window Targa is an excellent original car that's never been restored.

    About logo. The Porsche logo is a coat of arms that shows: a riding horse and a deer antler, framed by red stripes. The emblem is dedicated to the home city of the concern - Studgart. Strips and horns are symbols of the city, and the stallion is depicted in connection with the fact that originally in place of the city, in the year 950 there was a horse farm, around which a whole city was gradually built.

    Classics on Autotrader has listings for new and used Porsche Classics for sale near you. See prices, photos and find dealers near you.

    1969 porsche 911t

    1969 porsche 911t

    Classics on Autotrader is your one-stop shop for the best classic cars, muscle cars, project cars, exotics, hot rods, classic trucks, and old cars for sale. Check out the complete story of Porsche cars , including these fabulous models: Its Certificate of Authenticity notes that it was equipped with several popular factory options, including a Type five-speed transmission, with its dog-leg first gear; the five-gauge instrument package from the more expensive S; front and rear bumperettes; a Becker Europa radio and left-side antenna; and Pirelli tires. During its two-year life span, only cars were built.

    1969 porsche 911t

    1969 porsche 911t

    1969 porsche 911t

    1969 porsche 911t

    1969 porsche 911t

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    The wheelbase was stretched an additional 2. The fenders were slightly flared to make room for larger wheels and tires, and the interior heating and cooling system was improved, as Porsche made steady improvements on the design.

    Three models were offered, the brake horsepower T, the brake horsepower E, and the brake horsepower S. This very attractive B-series T was completed on April 14, , and left the factory wearing Polo Red paint Code , one of nine standard colors offered, as well as a black leatherette interior Its Certificate of Authenticity notes that it was equipped with several popular factory options, including a Type five-speed transmission, with its dog-leg first gear; the five-gauge instrument package from the more expensive S; front and rear bumperettes; a Becker Europa radio and left-side antenna; and Pirelli tires.

    1969 porsche 911t

    The car is believed to have first been sold in dry and sunny Phoenix, Arizona, where it would spend most of its life.

    The original owner enjoyed this car for some 15 years. Paperwork supplied with the car indicates that it was purchased by another Phoenix resident, Jack Perry, on October 19, , after having accrued just 11, miles. Based on service invoices, the car remained in Arizona until it was sold to Mr.

    1969 porsche 911t

    Walter Hensch, of Massillon, Ohio, with 20, miles recorded. On May 13, , the car was sold to Mr. Sid Griffon, of Springfield, Missouri, with 23, miles on its odometer. The consignor, a well-known Southern California Porsche collector and enthusiast, purchased the car from Mr.

    Griffin on March 24, , at which point it had been driven only 23, miles. Its current mileage is 23,, which the consignor believes is original and correct. Here is an opportunity to acquire a well-restored, very low-mileage Porsche that has attractive options and is entirely suitable for club-level concours and very enjoyable touring.

    User Contact Media Media Info. Matching-numbers example Less than 24, original miles Fully restored mechanically and cosmetically Includes a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. Enter Media information Media Type. Almost There Please check the email to complete your registration. A link to reset your password has been sent to your email address.

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