Porsche Cabriolet Conversion with Steel Turbo Fenders

1977 Porsche 911

Technical specifications of Porsche 911 1977

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Ladera Ranch, California, United States
Make: Porsche
Model: 911
Type: Convertible
Trim: Cabriolet
Year: 1977
Mileage: 54,339
VIN: 9117212561
Color: Arctic Silver
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: Manual
Interior color: Black
Options: Cassette Player, Leather Seats, Convertible
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

9117212561 is a numbers matching car. It left the factory as a 911 S Targa. Shortly after being sold, t wasprofessionallyconverted to a steel fender flared Cabriolet (no tail) by the Aase Brothers at their famed shop in Anaheim, A. The Aase Brothers were famous throughout the 70's and 80's racing Porsche cars in the Camel GT/IMSA Series. The car changed hands in the 80's to fellow Racer Chuck Kendall. The car resided at the Kendall Racing Garage in Glendale, s part of the Kendall Collection. After several years the car changed hands to Chuck's son, time Road Racing Champion and Motorsports Hall of Fame inductee, ommy Kendall. The car remained at the Kendall garage, lways sparingly driven. The car next changed hands to a local mutual friend in Manhattan Beach, ho had it painted Arctic Silver. Still sparingly driven, then acquired the car in early 2004. While not a factory Cabriolet with the M491 Wide Body Option ($12K in 1987), he fact that it was created a decade before the actual car it resembles is a testament to the the vision of the first owners.At 38 years old, nd under 55K miles, he car is a time capsule. There is an immediate presence whether standing still or driving. With it's known ownership history, his Southern California car always starts a conversation. I want the car to find a good home. The car is driven once a quarter and will require an oil cooler before long distances are to betraveled. Engine work performed:Upgraded Chain TensionersAlternatorOil Return LinesModifications:911 S Headers - no heat exchangersA/C Compressor removedRecommended Repairs:Oil Cooler - at top of motor needs replacement. Leak can be steady.Turbo Tie Rods - suggestedBody:Paint has a few scratches and is not perfect.Car was bumped two years ago in the rear lid. See Photos.Car is badged 911SCInterior:Driver's seat needs stitching in the seams.Left door speaker cover needs to be affixed.No rear lap belts installed, ounts are installed.Manual windowsManual side mirrorsAftermarket radioAftermarket alarmAdditional Notes: The car starts right up on first try.Car was lowered toEuropeanride height during conversion.Fuch's could be refinished again. 7's and 8'sThis car has always been stored with the top down. It has always been garaged.There is no heat or A/C. The interior fan does blow at room temperature.The clutch takes up well, nd all drivers have always matched rev's on downshift.The gearbox shifts smoothly. (occasionally a throttle blip will help when cold into 2nd Gear)Rear Window in the top is cloudy and could be replaced. (Estimate $800 Autos International)Back light for clock is not working.Hinge shocks for front trunk lid need to be replaced.Original tool roll, ack and spare are present.Seller Disclosure:Every effort has been made to accurately and fairly describe this vehicle to you. I have tried to disclose all information known about this vehicle for you to make an informed decision. Please be advised that used vehicles may have typical scratches, ings or minor wear and tear inherent with their year and mechanical parts are subject to fail.This is the first time the car has ever been for sale to the public. Happy Bidding.I can be reached at jwpusc@gmail.com or 949.701.0890 8am to 8pm PST See a video of this item

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