- Porsche 911 2+2 Series
- Retained LHD configuration
- 6-cylinder 2.7L performance engine
- Rare to specification example
- Receipted works
As a staple car for any collection, this 1976 Porsche 911 ‘I’ is a true survivor. Presenting in Guards Red over a black leather interior, it is in good condition for its age and could be brought to a showroom condition with minimal effort.
Manufactured and assembled in western Germany, this example features a left-hand-drive configuration and represents great value as one of Porsches’ more practical, stylish and comfortable 2+2 releases.
Powered by an air-cooled 2.7L 6-cylinder engine, these vehicles are highly regarded for their class-leading performance, handling and driving experience. Paired with a 4-speed manual transmission, the Porsche 911 had an output of 129KW and was smooth and precise, only complementing the renowned driving feel for these vehicles. Mechanically, the vehicle is in good condition having been well maintained and looked after by its previous owners and has been on display the last few years.
As one of the most recognisable and iconic vehicles of all time, the Porsche 911 has cemented its place in motoring history through an outstanding racing legacy and unmatched performance. Extremely desirable in their day and even more-so now, the 911 model has developed a cult following among collectors and enthusiasts alike. It’s charming design and raw feel make the Porsche 911 an unforgettable drive.
Accompanying this vehicle are receipted works carried out to include a recent service and a fluid flush. An investment opportunity as one of the most desirable releases by Porsche, this 1976 911 2+2 Coupe is are a rarity and highly collectible in any comparable condition.
The Porsche 911 2+2 was a high-performance rear engine German Classic sports car with production beginning in 1963. The Porsche 911 was developed to be a more powerful, larger and comfortable replacement for its predecessor, the Porsche 356 and made its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany 1963. The 911 series was Porsche’s promising performance release and came with a one-year guarantee with no mileage limit and a 6-year guarantee for all bodywork, floor parts and supporting elements
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