Porsche 911 S Coupé race car

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  • Winner of the Targa Florio 1970
  • Extensively documented
  • Porsche certified

The Porsche 911 S 

For the first time, the wheelbase of the 911 Porsche was lengthened and mechanical fuel injection (also known as a "ram pump") was used. This vehicle is one of the rarest of all Porsche 911s of the late 60s and early 70s. These cars were ultimately only built for three quarters of a year and not, like all other Porsche 911s, over a period of 2 years. A total of only 1,492 units of this model were produced.

Details I

This 911S was delivered on 27.01.1969 via Porsche dealer "AUTOGERMA" to racing driver Eugenio Renna Palmermo/ Italy for racing team "Scuderia Pegaso" - initially as a road car. The colour is "6804 light ivory", which is confirmed by a Porsche birth certificate. The car was built up immediately after new purchase by its first owner for the competition standard of the time and received modifications such as:

  • Roll cage
  • sport exhaust system
  • Slight lowering
  • Sport seats

Details II

There are all registrations of all owners, as well as an extensive presentation folder, which refers in particular to the racing events of Chassis "119 300 675" at that time. The underbody does not show any welds or allow conclusions to be drawn about any accidents. Externally, the car wears a charming patina, but no significant signs of wear. The interior also looks unused. We would be happy to send you our exposé on the car.

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Data & Facts

First Registration1969

Engine6 cylinder boxer engine with mechanical Bosch intake manifold injection type 901/10

TransmissionManual gearbox 5 gear / Type 901/07

Weightapprox. 995 kg

Quantity1.492 cars

Power1.991 cc / ca. 170 hp

BrakesInternally ventilated disc brakes w. fixed calliper front + rear

Top Speedapprox. 140 mph


Priceon request

DocumentsPorsche data card (copy), Italian owner documents, Porsche certificate, various contemporary photos, expert report

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