This 1975 Porsche 911S coupe is finished in Diamond Silver Metallic and features a black leatherette interior with tweed inlays. Power is provided by a 2.7L flat-six, and factory equipment includes a 5-speed manual transmission, electric sunroof, air conditioning, power windows, and cookie cutter wheels. The sideview mirrors, radio, and headlight rings were updated at some point in the past, though the factory items are included in the sale. The selling dealer acquired the car three months ago from the original owner, and maintenance performed since consisted of an A/C service and interior work. This 911S is now offered in Florida with a tool kit, some spares, a Porsche Production Specifications certificate, and a Rhode Island title.
The exterior is finished in Diamond Silver Metallic (Z4), and the seller reports that the car was repainted by a previous owner. It is equipped with a power sunroof, which is pictured both opened and closed in the gallery below. Body-colored sugar-scoop headlight rings are fitted along with dual sideview mirrors, though the factory parts are included in the sale as shown in the gallery.
The 15″ ATS cookie cutter wheels wear Vredestein Sprint ST70 tires, and the suspension has not been lowered from US-market ride height. The car is equipped with a lower front chin spoiler and headlamp washers.
The black leatherette interior includes tweed inlays on the front and rear seats, as well as on the door and rear side panels. Both the driver and passenger seat bolsters were replaced by the seller, along with the headliner. An Alpine cassette head unit has been fitted in place of the factory radio, which is included in the sale.
VDO instrumentation includes a 150-mph speedometer and a centrally-mounted tachometer. The 5-digit odometer shows just under 80k miles, 50 of which were added by the seller. Photos in the gallery show the interior floors with the carpets pulled back.
The air-cooled 2.7L flat-six is mated to a Type 915 5-speed manual transaxle. The selling dealer notes that the optional air conditioning system was recently serviced.
The car is equipped with Bilstein shocks, and additional photos of the underbody are viewable below.
The Porsche Production Specifications certificate shows a production completion date in July 1974 and confirms the factory colors and equipment.
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