Opportunity Knocks:

1970 Porsche 911E
Sunroof Coupe!

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Now that values for early Porsche 911s have moved into the financial stratosphere, buying one of these iconic sports cars has become nearly impossible for those of us who have to work for a living.

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Especially the 1970 to 1973 "E" and "S" models are now firmly hovering in the 6-figure territory.

Finding such a car for little money in order to substitute hard-earned cash with sweat equity is oftentimes also a losing proposition, as most projects are rusty hulks, needing countless hours of welding just to get started.

Not so this one!

The 1970 Porsche 911E Sunroof Coupe presented here, VIN *9110220206* is a healthy candidate for a straight-forward restoration.

The trunk -- notice the factory air conditioning cover -- is perfectly healthy with no issues to report.

The "nose" section with the all-important suspension pan is completely rust and accident free, including both battery trays.

Equally beautiful is the undercarriage, typical of a car that has spent all its life in the dry California climate. There are no rust issues to report anywhere!

Floor pans are virginal.

The body itself displays utter integrity, with fabulous gaps and shut lines. The rear spoiler is a sin of the past and will make for great garage art.

Forged 6x15" Fuchs alloys are genuine, date-coded, all around, and in great fettle. Note that this was originally a "Light Ivory" car that received a c-grade respray countless moons ago.

Factory sunroof is undamaged, with clear and rust-free channels on both sides.

Great dash, complete with air conditioning controls. Sport steering wheel is aftermarket.

Factory leather front seats! Although we don't have the Kardex, we're willing to bet the farm that those are listed on it.

Rear seats are in great condition.

Rear section just shows minor flaws, but there is no accident damage here either.

Porsche Typ 901 5-speed transaxle is mounted. Add your engine of choice.

Rarely will a Porsche 911E come up for sale, that doesn't cost and arm, a leg, and a pint of blood, or requires massive metal reconstruction. This one is a straight forward project for the do-it-yourself guy or gal, and given that this will be a car worth close to $100,000 when done to a decent standard, it even makes sense from a financial perspective.

Oportunity calls -- are you ready to answer?


You are most welcome to inspect this fine automobile at our location in Ventura, by appointment, or have someone inspect it for you.
Please, direct all inquiries to bill@californiaclassix.com or call us at 805-653-5551.