The T – which stands for Touring – wasn’t designed to thrill on the same level as the Carrera 2.7 RS that everyone dreams of owning. It’s a more humble interpretation of the classic 911, but it is a very special car nonetheless.
This example of the breed – chassis number 9110110121 – is one of the best 911Ts out there, and a Targa to boot. Offered on Bring a Trailer with a clean title, a California plate, and a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, the highest bid on this Conda Green machine is $51k at the time of reporting.
14-inch Fuchs wheels with black garnish are featured, wrapped in Dunlop SP20 FE tires that measure 185/70 at all corners of the Neunelfer. Ventilated discs, VDO instrumentation, a four-spoke steering wheel, and under 73,000 miles on the odometer are also worthy of note. The seller has put roughly 100 miles during his time with the car, but true chassis mileage isn’t known.
Fret not, however, because the undercarriage photos reveal no rust, no leaks, nothing that would translate to an expensive repair for the next owner. Pop the hood, and you’ll be treated to 2.2 liters of boxer magic that was recently serviced by Ignacio Motorsports. The air-cooled, six-cylinder engine had the carburetors and spark plugs cleaned, the fuel filter replaced, and the ignition timing adjusted. Compression and leak-down tests have also been conducted, and the results indicate that the powerplant is running perfectly.
125 HP and 130 pound-feet of torque are the original ratings for the motor. Upholstered in brown leatherette, this impeccable blast from the past comes with a Pioneer stereo featuring Bluetooth phone connectivity as well as a Blaupunkt radio in a box. The owner’s manual is included in the sale.