With the introduction of the new Porsche 901 in 1963, which was then called the 911, Porsche’s success story went uphill. In each model year, there were refinements in equipment and technology, which did not dampen the buying mood of customers. From 1970, the new development chief Ferdinand Piëch got involved. The engines got more displacement, the curb weight dropped.
Our Porsche 911 T, first registered in October 1969 in Cologne (Germany), always remained in Germany and was restored by the current owner. Engine and carburetor were done at the Matthias Höing GmbH in Hamburg (Germany). The Targa in its paint turquoise-green, inside with black/white fabric, is gorgeous. The early years of construction in perfect quality are always sought-after pieces of art and not so easy to obtain.
- car radio
- front: disc
- rear: disc
- rims by Fuchs