Change for the meter?: ’70 Porsche 911E mit Sunroof
Such a potentially nice car with such poorly thought out photos. A parking meter…really? We usually punish a seller by refusing to post a car that is not properly presented. But this is a very intriguing 911E that left the factory wearing silver paint and sports a sunroof. Silver is such a great color on an early 911. Many white or brown cars have been changed to silver. This one has a Certificate of Authenticity attesting to the color. But it isn’t just the color. The seller states it is a good runner, a full-time resident of the Golden State, 85,000 original miles and a crack free dash plus good door pockets. The engine was updated with new chain tensioners, a weakness in these cars. Another expensive upgrade is the stainless steel heat exchangers. The factory fog light covers are missing so you have a choice of adding Hellas or replace the covers. The engine compartment is shamefully dusty too. It isn’t cheap at $64,000 and from the limited information in the listing it might actually require a respray. But if it is presentable and runs and feels like a 911E should, the $64,000 might be a cheap price a few years from now for a silver Coupe with a sunroof. Take a look by contacting the seller via The Samba listing.