Upon the introduction of the so-called B-series in the model year 1969, Porsche enlarged the vehicles' wheelbase (LWB), in order to improve the handling performance, and increased the product range. In this context the 911 E (fuel injection) was introduced to fill the gap between the 911 T (Touring) and the 911 S (Sport). The 911 E had the same features as the 911 S and also had, just like the 911 S, a mechanic fuel injection by Bosch (MFI), however, for the sake of a better elasticity, it had a smaller engine than the 911 S. Porsche was so successful with the adjustment of the E engines that many Porsche fans preferred the 911 E-models to the S-models, for their better suitability for daily use, especially in the lower speed range. Production of the E-models began in 1969, initially with the older 2.0 liter engines and 140 hp. As of the model year 1970 the cubic capacity was increased to 2.2 liters/ 155 hp and as of 1972 to 2.4 liters/ 165 hp. With the introduction of the G-model series in 1974, the production of the E-models was stopped.
This model offered here is an opportunity to get one of the rare E-models in an almost untouched original condition. The E was first shipped to the U.S.A. and returned to Germany in 2012. The interior is in an original condition with a subtle patina. From carpets over instruments and seats to the interior rooftop – everything is well-preserved. Only the dash panel has some isolated heat cracks. The body is likewise well-preserved and comes in an almost corrosion-free condition. The underbody still has most of the original factory-made PVC-underbody protection, the coating has been mended only in the front wheel guards and at the bottom of the tank. The Porsche has neither welded spots nor perforation corrosion. The Porsche got a new finish a couple of years ago, today it shows traces of wear and is overall patinated. The 911 E had regular services, the engine runs smoothly. Engine and gearbox were built the same year, so it is likely that they are matching numbers.
This car is insured through Auctionata AG and its insurance partner BELMOT for up to six weeks after the auction with a convenient all risks insurance that covers cases such as engine and/or transmission failure or accidental damages. This specific insurance cover is valid for Germany, Austria and Switzerland and may be continued by the buyer after the insurance period has expired at special conditions. The BELMOT all risks insurance excludes: a) indirect and direct damages due to the normal aging process (especially rust, corrosion, oxidation) or natural wear and tear, i. e. due to a natural wear during the drive mode, on car parts which have to be replaced repeatedly during the lifetime of the vehicle; b) indirect and direct damages based on thermal problems, especially due to high temperatures, insufficient cooling while driving or overheating.
The vehicle has to be paid within 3 days after the auction and collected within 7 business days after receipt of payment. The collection may be made via collection by the costumer or via collection by a transport company. A timely collection can also made via a commissioning of Auctionata to a fee-based transport (flat shipping rate). If the time period lapses without a result, the buyer has to pay storage costs in the amount of 25, - € per day.
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