Triple 07: ’69 Porsche 911S
Early 911 prices are going vertical with no end in sight. Even the “lowly” 912 is experiencing a similar resurgence to the venerable 911. And at the top of the early 911 food chain (reference does not include limited producton cars like the Carrera RS) is the 911S. 1969 was a very good year for the 911. It doesn’t have those government mandated side markers and that is a good thing. Today’s find is presented by one of the country’s most knowledgeable Ferrari experts. He seems to know his Porsche horse-flesh too. This one is a low serial number 911S (XXX0007) finished in Blood Orange. It has an interesting history as a factory company car imported by the retired Porsche employee and then 2 other enthusiast owners after that. It is loaded with options like a factory sunroof, sport seats, fog lights, muffler skirt and a rear wiper. It has managed to retain the original engine and transmission. The only modification is flared rear fenders to accommodate wider tires for better handling. This was done in ’72 by the original owner. And the mirrors need to go back to original. We think the unique history and factory options make up for that modification. The seller is asking $129,000 and that puts it right at a condition 3 territory. Click here for the listing.