1976 Porsche 911S PrivateCars - Baldwin - 9 views
This 1976 Porsche 911S is finished in Oak Green over a cork interior and was purchased in 2013 by the seller, who has added 23k of the 179k miles shown. Power is from a 2.7-liter flat-six mated to a five-speed manual transaxle, and modifications are said to include Carrera pistons, 911E camshafts, Weber carburetors, and more. This 911S is now offered with service records, removed parts, and a clean Maryland title in the seller’s name.
According to the seller, the car underwent a windows-out repaint in its factory color of Oak Green in 1996. The car is equipped with yellow headlight lenses and a fiberglass ducktail spoiler that shows cracking. Both the original decklid and clear H4 lenses are included in the sale. Tag Heuer graphics are present on the front fenders.
15” Fuchs-style wheels wear Firestone Precision Sport tires. Stainless steel brake lines and Turbo tie rods have been added. The CV joints and boots were reportedly replaced in September 2019.
The interior is trimmed in cork and features matching door panels and Coco Mats. The seller states that the factory sunroof is slow in its operation and recommends replacing the motor. No radio is present, but the car is equipped with a Bluetooth-compatible amplifier that is mounted under the dashboard.
Cracking is noted on the dashboard, and the driver’s door check is broken and currently fitted with a temporary leather strap. The analog clock and its backlight are inoperable. The six-digit odometer shows 179k miles, 23k of which were added by the seller.
The 2.7-liter flat-six was rebuilt at 149k miles, and modifications are said to include Carrera pistons, 911E camshafts, Weber carburetors, stainless steel heat exchangers, and a backdated exhaust system. A September 2019 service included an oil change and a valve adjustment, along with the installation of a replacement drive belt, spark plugs, and points. The seller notes smoking on start-up.
Power is sent to the rear wheels via a five-speed manual transaxle that was rebuilt at 133k miles. Additional underside photos are available in the gallery below.
The sale includes a car cover, spare parts, and service records that reportedly date back to new.
A start-up video is provided above, and a driving video can be viewed below. A video detailing the interior is available here, and a walk-around video is provided here.
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