top of page

1971 Porsche 911T

Cool Classic Club

1971 Porsche 911T
Cool Classic Club
info_icon.png

If you are interested in the content of this listing, please contact the Dealer. Contact details are indicated below in the section "Contact the Dealer." Should you require confidential support from SpeedHolics for your inquiry, kindly complete the section "I am Interested." This listing is provided by SpeedHolics solely for the purpose of offering information and resources to our readers. The information contained within this listing is the property of the entity indicated as the "Dealer." SpeedHolics has no involvement in the commercial transactions arising from this listing, and we will not derive any financial gain from any sales made through it. Furthermore, SpeedHolics is entirely independent from the "Dealer" mentioned in this listing and maintains no affiliation, association, or connection with them in any capacity. Any transactions, engagements, or communications undertaken as a result of this listing are the sole responsibility of the parties involved, and SpeedHolics shall bear no liability or responsibility in connection therewith. For more information, please refer to the "Legal & Copyright" section below.

info_icon.png

SH ID

24-0212006

info_icon.png

FEATURED BY SPEEDHOLICS

info_icon.png

In Stock

info_icon.png

Switzerland

info_icon.png

Dealer

Color Albert Blue

 

Interior Black leather

 

Transmission Manual

 

VAT deductible No

Description

In 1968, Porsche enchanted car enthusiasts with the introduction of the 911 T (Touring), the new entry-level model alongside the celebrated L and S variants. A powerful 2-liter, 110 hp six-cylinder air-cooled engine was the basis. The year 1970 marked a turning point for all 911 variants with the impressive upgrade to a 2.2-liter, six-cylinder boxer engine - a reliable and smooth power source for the time. Considered the pinnacle of the early 911 lineup, the 1970s 911 T embraces the combination of a longer wheelbase and the authentic mechanical charm of its predecessors. In terms of driving characteristics, you also have a front row seat, the convertible feeling with the stiffness of a coupe. Ours is in exceptional condition, so cool! Completely body-off restored with attention to every detail, retaining the original numbers. The engine, an original 2.2L powerhouse, has been subtly adjusted to 207 HP, the secret? An extra shot of espresso! The chassis has been custom adjusted and refined with Bilstein shock absorbers that let the car drive like a dancing ballerina on her toes. A truly beautiful and professional car that has proven itself over the years as a lucrative investment. She is ready to cruise straight to St. Moritz with skis on her roof. With so much flair that even the most chic hotels almost beg her to stay over, where even the hotel pianist would like to play a tune for her. 'Driving in its most beautiful form' - Porsche