1965 porsche 911




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    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.

    The original Porsche was a luxury sports car made by Porsche AG of Stuttgart, Germany. When production came to an end in , there was still a market for a 4-cylinder car, particularly in the USA. The Porsche , a slightly.

    1965 porsche 911

    1965 porsche 911

    Early advertisement of the new car declared: It remains, after 50 years, one of the purest automotive designs in history. Due to the 's unusual engine placement rear-mounted, with most of the vehicle's weight concentrated over the rear axle , early 's were prone to oversteer when driven at the limit, and could easily spin in the hands of an inexperienced driver. When Porsche began to assess ways of improving its successful model in the mids, it soon became clear that a mere evolutionary development would in no way suffice.

    1965 porsche 911

    1965 porsche 911

    1965 porsche 911

    1965 porsche 911

    1965 porsche 911

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    The new six-cylinder , conceived as the successor to the much-loved four-cylinder series, was unveiled at the Frankfurt Auto Show as was the in the fall of , and it went into series production one year later. It remains, after 50 years, one of the purest automotive designs in history. This early short-wheelbase was special-ordered in Bali Blue with a Black Leatherette B interior, and it left the factory as such on May 6, According to its Certificate of Authenticity, only a single feature was specified, a Webasto gas heater 01 While its earliest provenance is unknown, the car eventually made its way to the U.

    There, its first American owners are known to have been a couple in Southern California, according to a registration certificate issued on April 30, The car then passed through at least one additional owner before landing in the hands of well-known Los Angeles Porsche collector Magnus Walker in the summer of By then, its original engine had been replaced, although its original Type transaxle remained with the chassis. The current owners had been looking for a in Bali Blue for some time, and in late , they learned that such a car was available from Walker.

    1965 porsche 911

    After being purchased in early , chassis was duly shipped to its new home in Europe. The buyers immediately began what would become a comprehensive, two-year restoration by a top European restorer. At around that same time, a member of the Early S Registry posted an advertisement offering a series-correct two-liter engine, case number , for sale.

    As luck would have it, the engine was the very same that had been removed from earlier in its life. In June , the engine was reunited with its original chassis. The current owner states that while some rust repair was necessary, 90 percent of the body panels and tub remain original, including the early-type rockers, the glass, and the chrome-plated brass window frames. The body was then finished using the KTL electrostatic coating process, to protect it from future corrosion.

    1965 porsche 911

    Along with the body and suspension, both the engine and gearbox were completely rebuilt. A fresh interior with correct six-pleat houndstooth cloth and a period-correct leatherette that had been sourced from a Porsche Classic authorized supplier was installed. Additionally, all the instruments in the early-type dashboard were rebuilt, and the odometer was reset to zero.

    Finally, this beautiful early was fitted with chromed steel wheels that are mounted with new Vredestein Sprint Classic tires, and it is supplied with a correct spare wheel, tire, jack, and tool roll.

    Today, fine matching-numbers examples of early short-wheelbase s in unusual colors are in great demand worldwide. User Contact Media Media Info.

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    Matching-numbers example of a highly sought-after model Fully restored by a European marque expert Rare and attractive Bali Blue over Black color combination Includes Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. This title is in transit. Enter Media information Media Type. Almost There Please check the email to complete your registration.

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