1966
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    911 2.0 Coupé Rallyecar

    • Professionally prepared for historic Competition Rallyes
    • Winner European Historic Rallye Champion Chip
    • Ideal for demanding rallies and motorsport
    • Road legal
    • Priced to sell
    Colour Red
    Interior Black
    Type Sports car/Coupe
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Left
    Mileage 67032 km
    Location Hamburg

    Description:

    1963 the 911 was presented at the IAA in Frankfurt as the type 901. It was launched in two versions: In 1964 as the 911 with a 130-horsepower engine, and due to strong demand for a lower-priced Porsche, in 1965 as the type 912 with less equipment and a four-cylinder engine with 90 hp. At the Monte Carlo Rally in 1965 the new Porsche 911 was the first time used in motorsport.

    This exceptional 911 was produced in 1966 and exported to the USA. It is therefore one of the most sought-after early examples! The car later returned to Germany and was extensively built up new from its bodyshell according to FIA appendix K by motorsport specialists for use in demanding historic rallying and was successfully used in numerous historic rallying events. Among other things, it contributed to the two-fold victory of the historic European Rally Championship. The vehicle construction and history are extensively documented. An extensive equipment and spare parts package is also available. The 911 is road legal and comes with a FIA-HTP. A well-known competition vehicle for further successful participation in historic rally sport events – at a very attractive price.

    Equipment:
    5-speed gearbox with short ratio, limited slip differential, roll cage, Bielstein suspension tuned by Walter Röhrl, additional headlights, sport exhaust system, FIA safety tank, sports seats, FIA safety belts, fire extinguisher, Halda-Twinmaster, rear windows and side windows made from plastic, and much more.

    118.500,00 €

    (§ 25 a, no tax to be shown)

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    Description:

    1963 the 911 was presented at the IAA in Frankfurt as the type 901. It was launched in two versions: In 1964 as the 911 with a 130-horsepower engine, and due to strong demand for a lower-priced Porsche, in 1965 as the type 912 with less equipment and a four-cylinder engine with 90 hp. At the Monte Carlo Rally in 1965 the new Porsche 911 was the first time used in motorsport.

    This exceptional 911 was produced in 1966 and exported to the USA. It is therefore one of the most sought-after early examples! The car later returned to Germany and was extensively built up new from its bodyshell according to FIA appendix K by motorsport specialists for use in demanding historic rallying and was successfully used in numerous historic rallying events. Among other things, it contributed to the two-fold victory of the historic European Rally Championship. The vehicle construction and history are extensively documented. An extensive equipment and spare parts package is also available. The 911 is road legal and comes with a FIA-HTP. A well-known competition vehicle for further successful participation in historic rally sport events – at a very attractive price.

    Equipment:
    5-speed gearbox with short ratio, limited slip differential, roll cage, Bielstein suspension tuned by Walter Röhrl, additional headlights, sport exhaust system, FIA safety tank, sports seats, FIA safety belts, fire extinguisher, Halda-Twinmaster, rear windows and side windows made from plastic, and much more.

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