Sold for the first time in Paris this 911 is believed to have remained near the capital until it was purchased in 1982 by Mr Pince. It was then kept in the same caring ownership, for another 20 years before he sold the car to a Dr Hatton. Once the Porsche arrived in the UK and with the summer behind him, the Porsche was traded on in 2003 to an enthusiastic collector, Mr Knoble, where it then remained for a further 11 years before being sold to its current owner.
According to the Certificate of Authenticity, this numbers matching 911E was originally specified as Dark Green Metallic but was repainted in 2016 to Viper green. With the accompanying Cookie Cutter wheels (period date stamped) replaced with more aggressively looking Fuchs alloys and optioned with extra Marshall driving lights, this 911 E is a wonderful and clean example. The interior has received refurbished seats, new carpets, new door bins and is complete with its radio.
In 2016 the 911E was sent to Porsche specialist, Autofarm, to receive a complete engine strip down and rebuild. At the same time the Fuchs alloy and cookie cutter wheels were refurbished and a general service completed. Everything and anything has been addressed to make this Porsche 911E superb both mechanically and cosmetically for its next caring owner. This Porsche would be a welcomed addition to any Porsche club concours meeting or make a fantastic summer sports car.
Complete with original tool roll, extensive history file, and Certificate of Authenticity
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