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Location: Alpharetta, GA
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FS: 1969 Porsche 911T - Red/Black

Here is a reposting of a personal car I'm selling via eBay. The Pelicans helped me out a lot during ownership so who knows...maybe it'll stay in the family!

Update - Asking price (not necessarily the reserve price) is $40,000 obo

This is in line with a value for a #3-#4 condition car.

Porsche 911 T | eBay


This is a very clean, driver-quality, matching-numbers 1969 Porsche 911T. I have owned the car since 2008 (previous owner was from California's Central Coast) and believe the car to be from that area originally due to a receipt found beneath the seat. The car is currently located in Atlanta. It's a great driving car with solid throttle response, a smooth shifting transmission, precise steering and - as we early 911 enthusiasts like to say - the doors ping shut.
Exterior: Bahia/Guards Red (originally – Bahama Yellow), strong, older respray lifting - but not flaking - in 2 places (see pics); orange bar hood crest
Interior: Black vinyl; newer, high-quality carpets/seat covers (originally – Black leather); upgraded inertia reel seat belts; aftermarket 1980s Blaupunkt tape deck with 2 door and 2 rear shelf speakers; clean, non-stock black headliner
Engine: Matching numbers, 2.0L, flat-six; recent engine compartment detail, fresh Weber carburetor rebuild (Sept. 2014), new Valeo alternator, rebuilt starter, powder-coated engine shrouding and alternator fan/housing, sonically cleaned and pressure-tested oil cooler and tank, new oil return tubes, new flywheel/pulley seals, new engine mounts, SSI heat exchangers, fresh zinc/cadmium plated hardware; strong leak-down
Transmission: Matching numbers, 5-speed, new WEVO transmission mount bushings
Clutch: New throw-out bearing, arm and bushing; 75% clutch lining remains
Wheels/Brakes: Reproduction Fuchs, freshly bled brakes
Chassis: Solid, older floorpan repairs; needs battery box/suspension pan repairs to be considered fully sorted; cleaned/flushed/painted gas tank
Suspension: Turbo tie-rod ends
Factory Options: Leather interior (now vinyl), tinted windows (front, side, rear), bumperettes (front/rear; front now gone), Pirelli tires, 5-speed transmission, vented chrome wheels, 'ignition system'
Modifications: 1974 side mirrors (for increased usability vs. 1969 units, non-1969 seats, SC door panels/rear upholstery, Bursch exhaust (sounds great combined with the Weber rainshield air filters); non-factory air conditioner removed but interior fan kept for additional cabin ventilation (compressor/brackets included in sale)
This is a ridiculously satisfying car to drive, work on, wash, look at, etc. Hoping it'll find a nice home! For more pictures and a videos of the car running, go here:

Last edited by kevin_fisher2.0; 11-13-2014 at 08:06 PM.. Reason: Add price
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Bump for end-of-week and asking price addition. Thanks for looking.
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