This 1975 Porsche 911S was sold new at Ogner Porsche in Canoga Park, California and is #354 of 1,063 Silver Anniversary models produced. The car is finished in Diamond Silver Metallic with a black leatherette interior with tweed inlays and was acquired by the seller nine years ago. Power is provided by a 2.7L flat-six, and factory equipment includes a 5-speed manual transaxle, Fuchs wheels, and more. Maintenance in the past year has said to have included a new fuel pump and filter, Bosch battery, trunk and hood struts, air filter, and an oil change. This 911S is now offered at no reserve with service records and log notes since new, literature and brochures, factory books and manuals, removed factory parts, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
Reportedly 504 Silver Anniversary editions were imported to the US and all were finished in Diamond Silver Metallic (Z4). The seller notes the clear coat was reportedly reapplied under previous ownership, and paint wear over the entirety of the car can be seen up close in the gallery below.
The original owner added chrome spokes with black inlays to the factory 15×6” Fuchs wheels that wear Dunlop Direzza DZ101 tires sized 205/55.
The interior is trimmed in black leatherette with tweed inlays on the front and rear seats, as well as on the door and rear side panels. A dash-mounted plaque indicates the car is Silver Anniversary Nr354 and can be seen up close in the gallery below, and the seller notes extra tweed fabric is included in the sale.
A three-spoke steering wheel fronts VDO instrumentation including a 150-mph speedometer and a centrally-mounted tachometer. The 5-digit odometer shows just under over 18k miles, and has believed to rolled over once. Approximately 5k miles have been added by the seller over the past nine years.
The air-cooled 2.7L flat-six is mated to a Type 915 5-speed manual transaxle. Service records indicate the engine was rebuilt in 1988 at 97k miles with updated components, and a service in May 2019 is said to have included a new fuel pump and filter, Bosch battery, air filter, and an oil change.
The seller notes an oil leak above one of the heat exchangers and an undercarriage rattle that has yet to be diagnosed. Additional underside photos are viewable in the gallery.
A log book accompanies the sale and is said to include history and documentation from new, along with service records, hand written notes, brochures, literature, and more.