Gone Nuclear: ’71 Porsche 911E Coupe
A nuclear physicist purchased the Porsche new when he was working at Livermore Labs. If you are interested in this car, make sure you check it for radiation. We are big fans of the outrageous colors Porsche painted their cars in the late ’60s and early ’70s. This one is finished in Conda Green with black leatherette interior. Perfect. It looks like it is in remarkable condition too. The listing says it is a documented one owner car being sold through a dealer in San Francisco. The Physicist and his Physicist wife sold the Porsche to the seller so they can finance the growth of their winery. The seller emphasizes the originality of this Porsche. Everything, everywhere is original and in good condition. It comes with a Certificate of Authenticity too. The 911E is a favorite of early 911 aficionados. If you are in the market, don’t wait until the auction closes. Some smarty pants is probably trying to make a deal over the phone to end it early. If it is as good as they say it is, it could hit $90,000 or more. Click here for the listing.