Here we have a car someone had a lot of fun with, probably in the 80s. When else would you take a numbers matching 1973 Porsche 911E, paint it all red, put slicks on it, and take it out on a DE day. This is what it looks like happened to this car. Chassis number 9113210020 left the factory in 1973 with engine number 6230026, and it still has that engine today. So through all the modifications this car had, which were alot, it held onto it's original motor. That's good news, because beneath the massive flairs, the wide wheels, and the triple red paint, is a numbers matching 1973 911E, and there is tremendous upside in a car like this. The car looks to have been off the road since at least the mid-90s, based on the date on the Momo Racing seat of 1995. No attempt has been made to start the car, it is shown as found. Obviously based on the heavy modifications done to this car it will need a full restoration. Underneath shows some older patching and some other areas that will need your attention, please see the underside pics to get a good idea of their condition. This car is about as good as it gets in a long hood Targa, it's a 73 but still has the MFI fuel injection, before the advent of the CIS system. Don't miss out on a chance to bring this car back to it's former glory, it deserves it!
This car has a clear title and is ready for export.
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