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    FS: @Sotheby's - '67 'S' Coupe . . .

    VIN = 305991
    Eng# = 960311
    Trans# = 103310
    Prod# ?

    '. . . Offered is an outstanding, beautifully restored, and fully numbers-matching 1967 911 S, presented in its rare original color of Aga Blue over an elegant red leatherette interior with charcoal carpeting. It was delivered on 15 September 1966 with a number of desirable options, including a gas heater, sun visor with mirror, two headrests, a radio kit (antenna and speaker), Talbot outside mirror, a pair of retracting seat belts, an outside thermometer, a “spare parts kit,” and Dunlop radial tires. A Blaupunkt AM/FM radio was later installed, most likely by the dealer. The interior is set off by a wood-rimmed steering wheel and basket-weave dashboard trim. Chromed wheels and hubcaps brighten the exterior.

    This very attractive 911 was fully restored by noted marque expert Tom Drummond at Wholesale California and appears in excellent condition. Supplied with its factory-issued Certificate of Authenticity, it is ready to be enjoyed . . .
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    https://rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/A...s-coupe/545110



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    you think the seller would have sourced a set of 15x4.5" fuchs...
    LOOKING FOR 1967S TRANSMISSION #103586
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    and the side trims....

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    This very attractive 911 was fully restored by noted marque expert Tom Drummond at Wholesale California and appears in excellent condition. Supplied with its factory-issued Certificate of Authenticity, it is ready to be enjoyed . . .[/COLOR][/I]'

    Interior mirror & I recall that marque expert being associated with this infamous 911.

    https://www.thesamba.com/vw/classifi...php?id=2099495
    Jim

    Too many Porsches and one VW are starting to fill up my desert landscape.

    See my Instagram and dedicated 1967 911S web site (under development) for more rare parts that are not listed for sale here or other web sites:

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    Alternate search term = 305991S
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    Sold for $187k after commission. Car was about a 6 out of 10. Slate Gray Nice 67 S sold at Gooding for $209k after Commission. It was a Very nice car. Maybe 9 out of 10.
    1965 911 Factory Paint to Sample Orange
    1967 911S Bahama Yellow
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    1974 Carrera RS Blue Metallic
    1990 RUF RCT Estonia's car

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    FS: @Porsche Las Vegas - '67S Coupe - 305991S

    Now sitting in the Las Vegas Porsche Dealership . . .
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    Gaudin Porsche of Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV
    1967 Porsche 2.0L 911S Coupe
    VIN: 305991 / 305991S
    Engine: 960311
    Trans: 103310
    Color: Aga Blue/Red
    Mileage: 68,854 (claimed)
    Price: US$228,911

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    Dealership Description:

    THE OBVIOUS STANDOUT ON THIS RESTORED CLASSIC IS THE ORIGINAL COLOR SCHEME OF AGA BLUE WITH A DEEP RED LEATHER. THIS IS EASILY ONE OF THE MOST STUNNING COLOR WAYS THE FACTORY HAS EVER PRODUCED. THE PAINT IS DEEP AND LUSH WITH A REFLECTION THAT YOU COULD COMPARE TO A MIRROR. THIS CAR POSSES ITS ORIGINAL 15 BY 4.5 WIDE FUCHS WHEELS—A STAPLE ON S MODELS, YET A RARE FIND. THE ENGINE ON THIS MODEL IS A TWO-LITER TYPE 901/02 AIR-COOLED SIX-CYLINDER ENGINE. THE 911S PICKED UP 30 HORSEPOWER FROM THE BASE MODEL THROUGH A 9.8:1 COMPRESSION, FORGED LIGHT-ALLOY PISTONS, LARGER 42 MM INTAKE VALVES, 38 MM EXHAUST VALVES, AND TWO 40 MM WEBER DOWNDRAFT CARBURETORS. THIS BEAUTIFUL YET POWERFUL COUPE CAN HIT 0–60 IN 6.5 SECONDS AND GETS UP TO 140 MPH.

    THIS CAR IS RESTORED TO ITS ORIGINAL AGA BLUE EXTERIOR PAINT COLOR AND RED LEATHERETTE INTERIOR WITH CHARCOAL CARPETING. THIS PARTICULAR CAR HAS BEEN OPTIONED WITH SEVERAL CONVENIENCES THAT MAKE IT COMFORTABLE TO DRIVE EVEN IN 2018 INCLUDING A WEBASTO GAS HEATER, HEADRESTS, A RADIO KIT WITH AN ANTENNA AND LOUDSPEAKER, A BLAUPUNKT FRANKFURT US AM/FM RADIO, AN OUTSIDE THERMOMETER, SUNVISOR WITH MIRROR AND A TALBOT EXTERIOR MIRROR. THE 1967 IS THE ULTIMATE EARLY 911 TO OWN, ESPECIALLY IN THIS FANTASTIC CONDITION.

    THIS EXCELLENT 911S WAS FULLY RESTORED BY MARQUE EXPERT TOM DRUMMOND AT WHOLESALE CALIFORNIA AND IT COMES WITH ITS FACTORY-ISSUED CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY. THIS CAR IS PRIMED TO EITHER START OR COMPLETE YOUR CLASSICS COLLECTION. A PERFECTLY RESTORED 1967 911S IS RARE ESPECIALLY IN THE BEAUTIFUL AGA BLUE EXTERIOR AND STRIKING RED INTERIOR THAT MAKE THIS A CAR THAT IS SURE TO CATCH EYES.
    Doug Dill

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    Early 911S Registry #548

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    and still without the correct Fuchs...

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    Without seeing COA can't tell. Maybe elected chrome wheels. Opted for wood wheel in place of leather, headrests and outside temp gauge.. Selective purchaser. Who knows?

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    And wrong rear view mirror. Gas tank color. Etc.

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