1966 Porsche 911 numbers matching

1966 Porsche 911 Coupe

Technical specifications of Porsche 911 1966

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Moorhead, Minnesota, United States
Make: Porsche
Model: 911
Type: Coupe
Trim: Coupe
Year: 1966
Mileage: 77130
VIN: 303931
Color: Red
Engine size: 2.0 L
Number of cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
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Car description

Numbers matching engine #907256 and transmission #229493, produced on 3/30/1966, Orig. weber carb car, COA, Kardex. One of 4864 produced in 1966 and the 540th that year.

Current owner purchased the car in March of 2001 in Denver CO. with 68,000 miles. 3R Automotive of Englewood, CO. installed the roll bar, fuel cell and race seat in order to attend DE and vintage race events. Also replaced at this mileage were the front and rear shocks with Koni shocks, new SS brake hoses, lower ball joints and upgraded turbo tie rods. The car was run at only 3 SCCA vintageevents and a fewvarious Porsche DE events. All other aspects of the car were kept stock in order to also be able to drive on the street. This is not a race car but a street car with a few features to make it legal for vintage and DE events.

Paint has been changed fromit's original Sand Beige to Porsche Red and is in very nice condition. All original glassis retained except the front windshield.

Interior is in nice original condition and includes the original wood-rimmed steering wheel with matching wood dash trim. Original VDO instruments reading 77,130 miles. Thecarpet is in good condition and original wood floorboards are retained. Interior currently has a race seat and roll bar. Original seats are in very nice condition and theoriginal drivers seat is included in the sale. Rear side material on the passenger side near door and the front of the dash pod needs re-gluing. The bolt in roll bar can be easily removed.

Original 2.0L engine was treated to a rebuild in 2002 by Steve Rowe, a 30 year Porsche mechanic at 3R Automotive. Modern update of upgraded chain tensioners were installed. The original weber carbs were restored in 2008 and recentlyhave had a fresh tune. Engine starts easily with a few pumps of the throttle and after a short warm up idles smoothly. Driving the engine rev's smoothly and pulls as would be expected. The transmission shifts smoothly up and down through the gears.

The front trunk area is very clean and in solid condition. Original fuel tank and filler neck is included in sale so the existing fuel cell can easily be removed to put back to original. Stabilizer bar and battery shut off have been added but can be easily removed as well.

The Undercarrage is all original and mostly very solid. Some areas of undercoating are showing signs of flaking and there is a small area of rust at the front driver side inside suspension mount. The area of rust is very small and the repair may be able to be contained to a small area.

Car is currently listed for sale on Porsche Club of America (PCA) website where there is a link to more pictures at unique motor cars dot net.

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