The exterior aesthetic of the early 911, perhaps the era in Porsche history we are most nostalgic for, was carried well into the 80’s and remains the design favorite for many Porsche enthusiasts. Today, forty-five years post-production, the 911 T is perhaps even more of a delight to look at, and still a pure pleasure to drive, but it is, unfortunately, an extremely expensive car to refurbish and restore unless one has the ability to do the work themselves. Obtaining an example with a mechanical impression equal to its stunning good looks is increasingly rarer these days, and what makes this ’71 911 T a very fortunate find. While not matching numbers, it has received a full restoration, and the result is a fantastic driver.
This fully refurbished 1971 911 T was completed approximately 4,500 miles ago by esteemed Porsche mechanic Bob Farmer, of Farmer’s Automotive.

Restoration Components:
Fresh 2.5L 6-Cylinder Engine (190hp)
CIS Fuel Injection
Rebuilt 5-Spd Manual Transmission w/ Farmer’s FMA Shifter and Linkage
’83 911 SC Front Suspension and Brakes
2.7L Crankshaft Rods
3.2L Carrera Camshafts
Ported Polished and Flow Benched Heads
Late Model Trailing Arms
Smart Racing Torsion and Sway Bars
Exhaust and Headers coated with Keco 400BT
16-In. Fuchs Wheels w/ New Bridgestone Potenza RE760 Sport Tires
Wingless 911S Engine Cover (911T Duck Tail Included)
Perfect Radio Sound & Ice Cold Air Conditioning
Windows Out Paint Job Painted with Black Porsche Stripes
Brand New Momo Prototipo Steering Wheel

Price: Auction

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Location: Carmel, Indiana, United States