1975 Porsche 911S PrivateCars - Dallas - 5 views
This 1975 Porsche 911S reportedly spent its early life in Little Rock, Arkansas, first with the original owner until 1985 and later with the second owner, who eventually relocated to Indiana and passed it along to the selling dealer a year ago. The car is finished in Bitter Chocolate over a beige interior featuring tweed seat inserts. Power is from the matching-numbers 2.7L flat-six, which is paired with the original 5-speed manual transmission. An engine-out service was performed by the seller two months ago, and more than $7k has been spent on maintenance over the past year, including a new clutch, tires, and fuel injector seals. This 911 is now offered in Texas with records dating back to 1985, a tool kit, manuals, extra keys, and a clean Indiana title.
The exterior is finished in the factory color of Bitter Chocolate (Cockneybraun, 408). 14 paint-meter readings are provided in the gallery and range from 4.5 to 6.5 mil. The seller states that the driver’s door has been refinished, and paint correction was also conducted during his ownership. Darkened spots of water staining are noted on the hood and front fenders, as shown up close in the gallery.
The car features chrome trim on the wheel arches and rocker panels, as well as pop-out rear quarter windows and no sunroof. 15″ Fuchs forged alloy wheels with gold recessed areas wear Vredestein Sprint Classic tires, which were mounted within the last year.
The beige interior includes tweed seat inserts and a 3-spoke steering wheel. The factory radio has been replaced, and a pair of speakers has been mounted to the package shelf.
VDO instrumentation includes a 150-mph speedometer and an 8,000-rpm tachometer. The 5-digit odometer shows just over 53k miles, of which the seller has added approximately 500.
The 2,687cc flat-six is mated to a 5-speed manual transaxle. Work performed at Louden Motorcar Services in Dallas, Texas since May 2018 included: Replacing fuel injector seals, sleeves, air box hoses, breather hose, hot air hose, airbox mount, intake manifold gaskets, and more Draining fuel tank and replacing fuel accumulator New pop-off valve in intake box New clutch New rear main seal New shifter bushings New rear sway bar ball/socket bushings New steering column sleeve bushing
Correspondence with Porsche North America in November 2018 indicated that the engine (#6451007), transaxle (#7151730), and paint color (408-9-1) are original to this car. The matching engine and transaxle stampings can be seen in the gallery below.
More photos of the underside are provided in the gallery below.
The second owner bought the car for $16,500 in December 1985 with 24,839 miles on the odometer, per the included sales agreement from Riverside Motors in Little Rock, Arkansas. Additional ancillaries, such as a bottle of Cockneybraun touch-up paint, owner’s manual, spare keys, and other paperwork, are included in the sale along with a factory tool kit and air compressor.
A cold-start video is presented above, and the seller has also provided a driving video as well as footage of the engine idling and warm from outside the car and beneath it. Filed under: 911, 911 s, impact bumper, impact-bumper