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Old 02-13-2019, 06:55 PM
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Exclamation 1972 Porsche 911S 2.4L Fully Restored

Year: 1972
Make: Porsche
Model: 911
Cont. Porsche Models: 911
Mileage (numbers only please): 68952
Options (Please check ALL which apply): Intermittent Wipers
Color: Signal Orange
VIN: 9112300505
Price (no $ sign please): $239990
Private or Dealer Listing: Dealer Listing
Location (Region): SoCAl
Body Style: Coupe
Transmission Type: Manual - 5 speed
2 or 4 Wheel Drive?: 2 Wheel Drive
Engine Type: Fuel Injection
Stereo System: AM-FM Stereo

West Coast Exotic Cars is proud to bring you a extremely rare, and one of the most perfect examples of a 1972 Porsche 911S 2.4. Our 911S is finished in Signal Orange and equipped with very rare Recaro Seats in which the previous owner was very lucky to come a crossed. It was fully restored by Singh in Long Island with a cost of over $175,000! This particular 911S was originally equipped with Option Group E03, White Round Fog Lights, Blaupnkt Radio and Michelin Tires. Our 911S has the original engine (Engine #6320771), original transmission and original miles. The fuel injection system was recently rebuilt in California and the current mechanical condition is impeccable. Exterior and Interior condition is exquisite and is the closest thing to a puristĺs dream. Our 1972 911S has been fitted with an original Porsche Sport style exhaust along with an upgraded steering wheel (original also available). Photos and full documentation of the restoration are available; please call or email to schedule an appointment to view this stunning 1972 Porsche 911S

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STUNNING.
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Wow!
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Absolutely INCREDIBLE!!!
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STUNNING.
Thank you we agree!
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Wow!
You should see it in person!
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Absolutely INCREDIBLE!!!
I think the same thing every time I look at it, its actually right in front of my office currently and wow is it gorgeous.
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BEAUTY
few Q's

1 was passenger outside mirror added during restoration or was it on COA?
2 I thought for 72 the front blinder and fog light grilles were black not chrome, pls confirm?
3. no seat belts for rear seats?

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Chrome is correct for a 72, black was used on 73's. I don't think the seat inserts are correct for 72 however.

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All trim went from silver to black in mid year 72. An early 72 would be silver accents, and a late 72 would be black. If the rest of the trim is black, the fog light grills should be also. As with all restorations, to each their own, perhaps this person prefers chrome grills. The rear bumper horns are euro, sans rubber trim, the interior of the door edges are not blacked out etc. etc., but they are also not saying it is 100% historically correct, just that it is a beautifully restored S, which it is.
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Originally Posted by mooty View Post
BEAUTY
few Q's

1 was passenger outside mirror added during restoration or was it on COA?
The mirror was added prior to the restoration.
2 I thought for 72 the front blinder and fog light grilles were black not chrome, pls confirm?
The front bumper is a proper 1972 911S bumper with all proper and period correct trimmings.
3. no seat belts for rear seats?
This was optional, this particular vehicle did not have them.

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Correct on both accounts, this particular 1972 911S has the factory very rare black Recaro seats.
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Price drop! Now $239,990
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Bump!
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This ones in my backyard, I checked it out over the weekend and it is a very nice restoration.
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