- Top speed 130mph
- 0-60 in 8.7 seconds
- Air cooled 2.0 liter flat 6 cylinder engine produces 140hp
- 5 speed transmission
Very nice, mostly stock early 911. This was the first year for the longer wheel base, and small wheel arch flares. It has ‘S’ trim, including the optional 15″ Fuchs alloy wheels, and a 5 speed transmission. Wool houndstooth pattern seat inserts.
In 1969, three 911 models were offered, the 911T, E, and S models. The E was the mid line car, with the mechanical fuel injection from the S, but with 140hp vs 180hp. It also had a pneumatic self leveling suspension, which was very advanced for its time.
My car has the following period correct mods;
Bilstein shocks, replacing the pneumatics. 1973 S model front bumper. 15×7 Fuchs alloys with Michelin xwx tires for better grip. Bursch performance muffler. Larger sway bars front and rear.