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1970 Porsche 911E

This beautiful 1970 911E is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Curated and delivered to G42 through a local client, this car has deep roots in the New England region. Presented here in absolutely perfect, concours condition this is an opportunity you won't want to miss.

  • Conda Green over black houndstooth

  • 31,000 miles

  • Fuel Injected 2.2L flat-6 engine

  • 5-speed manual transmission

  • Chassis # 9110200299

  • Porsche COA - Original exterior color and stripes combination

    • All numbers matching​

  • Completely restored by marque specialist Daniel Jacobs

  • German market car, serviced by RUF, imported to the U.S. by Jerry Pellegrino

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The Porsche 911 is widely regarded as the finest sports car of all time. It would be tough to argue that point, and as such we feel like the 911E may well be the best example of the 911 ever produced.

With a fuel injected 2.2L engine, the 911E was known to outrun it’s higher horsepower 911S counterpart due to the fact that the powerband and torque curve came in much lower in the RPM range. Falling in the midrange between the 911T and the top-of-the-line 911S, the E offered a much more satisfying on-road driving experience. With large, ventilated disc brakes, Bosch MFI, and advanced suspension dampers the 911E could carve a canyon road just as well as the upmarket S model.

This 911E, chassis number 9110200299 was originally a German market car, with service records to match. Some interesting records indicate the car was serviced by RUF Automobile prior to import to the United States. All import paperwork, service records, and Porsche COA are included with the original tool roll. 0200299 is 100% matching numbers per the Porsche COA and Kardex. From 2011-2014 200299 underwent a complete restoration to return the car to it’s original Conda Green exterior color. The work was performed by marque specialist Daniel Jacobs in Oxford, CT and is to absolute concourse standards. This 911 is all matching numbers and drives as well as it presents.

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