Nice and Solid: ’71 Porsche 911E
You had your When you walked into a Porsche dealer back in the 70s you had a choice. We not talking slantnose or wide body either. You could go mild with a T and wild with an S but if you could swing it, you probably decided an E was best. Sure, if you kept it, the S would be your best investment but the car isn’t as much fun to live with as an E. An E is civilized and prized by Porsche fans. Today’s find is yet another example of having an office in a shop that fixes great cars. This E has been in Auto Turismo Sport and has become a favorite daily driver for the dealer who is offering it for sale. This is one you can enjoy today and make better a little at a time. It has a decent paint job and it is missing the lower chrome rocker mouldings. Usually a sign of rust repair but not in this case. The car is solid as a rock with original floor pans untouched. The interior needs to have the seats rebuilt to be perfect but that is easy. We like the driving lights peeking out of the horn grills too. It is priced market correct at $68,500 but with a little help from us, we might be able to score you a better deal. Just a little better and hurry, this one will go quickly. Click here to contact Daniel and tell him you saw it on Mint.