- Well-maintained and in excellent condition throughout
- Factory Delivered in Conda Green
- Suspension upgraded to 911 S specification
- Offered with Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, Books and Tools
Offered is one of just 1,304 C-Series 911E Coupes produced by Porsche for the 1970 model year. Chassis 9110200496 was originally delivered on 1 February 1970, leaving the factory with optional Fuchs aluminum alloy, five-spoke, lightweight wheels, a rear exhaust apron, and what the Certificate of Authenticity notes as “U.S. Equipment,” which normally means sealed-beam headlamps, a speedometer in miles per hour, and front and rear lighting that met DOT regulations.
This car has been given a high-quality repaint in its rare, original, and very attractive Conda Green (Code 2626), and it still retains its black leatherette interior. The engine compartment is very clean and well-detailed, and the interior appears very fresh, with the addition of factory headrests and a set of attractive coco mats to protect the new carpeting. All body gaps appear very good, and the car includes a number of other attractive options, including front and rear bumper guards, stainless rocker panel covers, a pair of Bosch H4 halogen headlamps, and its original radio. Under its most recent ownership, the 911 has been fitted with new carpeting and has also had the dash refinished. The odometer currently reads less than 96,000 miles, while the car’s overall excellent condition suggests that it has been very well cared-for and appreciated throughout its life.
This lovely 911E Coupe is offered with a detailed maintenance file, a tool kit and jack, a spare wheel and tire, and a factory owner’s manual, and it appears ready to give a new owner many more miles of enjoyable motoring.