This beautiful Porsche 911 2.0 E was, according to the present Geburts Urkunde, delivered on October 28th., 1968 by dealer Hahn from Stuttgart. After having probably been used as a demontration car, it was sold on April 21th., 1969 to Mr Vollet of the Paris Garage in France, according to the workshop card. He quickly found a buyer because the Porsche was registered in the Netherlands on March 31th., 1970. Since then the car has only had three Dutch owners.
So far a piece of history of the Elfenbein White 911 2.0E. Nowadays the car is part of the extensive collection of a real petrol head who had to think for months if he would like to sell the car. This is often the case with collectors; they sometimes want to sell, but are almost unable to do so. But after long deliberation it was decided to say goodbye, but on the condition that we have look for a very good home for it. We think we will succeed in that, because which enthusiast doesn’t want to own a super-tight 911 E?
The Porsche was extensively restored in 2016/2017 by a specialist and it has to be said: that is beautifully done. The engine was also completely overhauled. Nice original options are fitted, such as the Recaro interior, the original electrically operated sliding roof and wooden steering wheel. Things that make the car even more attractive to look at, and make driving even more fun.
Everything we write now goes minus the time we have reserved for ourselves to test drive this new arrived car. You surely understand better than anyone that we have to leave now and would like to hear if you, just like us, are eager to get in too…
6 cylinder boxer engine
Fuelsystem: Bosch injection system
Cylinder capacity: 1991 cc.
Power: 140 bhp at 6500 rpm
Torque: 175 Nm. at 4500 rpm.
Topspeed: 215 km/h
Accelleratie: 0-100 km / h: 8.4 sec.
Weight: 1020 kg
Transmission: 5 speed, manual (dog leg)
OPTIONS & ACCESSORIES
Recaro seats with "Pepita cloth"
Wooden steering wheel