Format: 2019-06-27 21:13:45

Porsche 911T 5-Speed 1972 9112102741-Bring a Trailer - Week 31 2018 5581

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Bring a Trailer - Week 31 2018
Auction House: Bring a Trailer
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Sold for: $ 55.500

Has not been sold. Highest bid $55.500

This 1972 Porsche 911T was originally sold at Niello Porsche in Sacramento and was acquired by its third and current California owner in 1988. The 2.4-liter flat-six is equipped with Weber carburetors and is mated to a non-original 5-speed manual transaxle. A repaint was performed from the original Metallic Blue to Alpine White in 1990, and an interior refresh has also been completed. Approximately 55k miles were added under current ownership, and though the car has reportedly been driven sparingly in recent years, it was serviced about two months ago by Ben Salerno of Salerno Motorsports. This 911T is now being offered for sale on the current owners behalf with its original blue plates, owners manual, factory window sticker, a set of cookie cutter wheels, a number of spare parts, partial records, a Porsche CoA, and a clean California title.
Originally finished in Metallic Blue, the car underwent a bare-metal repaint in 1990 in its current shade of Alpine White. Work included the installation of new bumper moldings, rubber, and anodized aluminum trim.
156 Fuchs wheels wear a newer set of Kumho Ecsta 205/60 tires, and five 156 cookie cutter wheels are included in the sale along with a set of Zelmot H4 headlamps and rings. Note the single-year external oil filler door on the passenger-side rear fender.
The cabin was reupholstered in black leatherette, and the headliner, carpets, and seat belts have been replaced. The original houndstooth seat inserts are no longer present, and a set of Lloyds floor mats line the foot wells. A Blaupunkt radio is retained in the dash, and a new head unit and speakers are included in the sale. Over 68k miles are shown on the odometer, which is thought to have rolled over once.
Marque specialist Dwight Mitchell reportedly rebuilt the numbers-matching 2.4-liter flat-six in 1988 with Weber carburetors and installed the 5-speed manual gearbox in place of the original 4-speed unit. An oil service was performed two months ago.
Stamping #6124149 shown above matches the CoA pictured below, confirming the engine as original.
Service records from the current owner are included along with some receipts from the original owner. Maintenance has reportedly been performed at Autosport, IBP Autosport, and Salerno Motorsports for the last three decades.
The Porsche Certificate of Authenticity shows a production date of July 1972 and lists the original colors along with the optional equipment. A number of new and used parts accompany the sale, including front bumper moldings, bumper guards, a front bra, firewall pad, oil tube, boot compartment material, and more as pictured in the gallery.
Filed under: 911, 911 t, long hood, longhood

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