1977 Porsche 911 2.7S Coupe

69 911 EUR

1977 Porsche 911 2.7S Coupe

69 911 EUR
  • Model
    Porsche 911 2.7S Coupe
  • Year
  • Condition
  • Body Type
  • Fuel Type
  • Power
    121 kw (165 hp)
  • Mileage
    1,675 km
  • Address
    Wasbeeklaan 3a, 2361 HG Warmond, Netherlands
  • Country
  • Published
    Oct 24, 2023
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1st Reg. Country
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Witmer & Odijk B.V.
Witmer & Odijk B.V.Wasbeeklaan 3a, 2361 HG Warmond, Netherlands
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In 1974, Porsche introduced a significantly improved 911 with the so-called G model. The engine power increased to 150 or 175 hp depending on the version, the road holding and straight-line stability improved and the beautifully integrated impact bumpers allowed minor collisions to occur without damage. The G-model turned out to be such a successful design that it remained in production for no less than 15 years. Initially with the 2.7 model, which was built until 1978, the body still had the 'charming' narrow rear fenders and the classic Fuchs rims were still available. This makes the 2.7 G model a very popular model from the 911 series, a classic look with the advantages of the more modern G series. The 2.7 was available from model year '76 with a 150 or 175 hp engine, the example offered here is a so-called S version with the more powerful engine variant. The solid Bosch K-Jetronic injection system and the increased engine capacity guaranteed the strong engine power and increased torque. The relatively light 911 2.7 is a very smooth and light-footed version of the older 911. For those who also care about driving, in addition to the beautiful appearance, this is probably the best choice from the classic models. Moreover, they are slowly creeping towards the status that the F models have, a 2.7 drives considerably better than its predecessor and the value development is constantly increasing. This particularly beautiful example was completely and very expertly restored over a period of no less than four years (2016 to 2020). Nothing on the car was skipped, every part passed through the hands of professionals. The car comes with a thick file with photos and invoices showing the entire restoration and overhaul. The body was only repainted in the original Indian Rot color for cosmetic reasons, the car always remained rust and damage free. The engine and gearbox were overhauled, including the expensive injection system. Furthermore, for example, the entire wiring harness, exhaust, braking system, chassis, window rubbers, tires, upholstery, etc. etc. were renewed. In fact, in 2020 there was a 'new' 911 2.7S in the owner's garage who enjoyed the restoration more than actually driving it. Or, given the costs incurred, it was in serious need of money, in any case the car was offered for sale after the correctly reset odometer was reset. The original mileage can of course also be found well documented in the file. Add up all the costs incurred and the purchase of the car and it quickly becomes clear that if you want to drive a classic 911 without compromise, you are making the best possible purchase here. Even the original electrically operated sliding roof works perfectly again. The car has original Fuchs rims, a period-correct Blaupunkt radio, electric window controls, a leather-covered sports steering wheel, Bilstein shock absorbers and front fog lights. The original configuration and misc. The numbers of the car are all stated on the birth certificate accompanying the car. Ready to drive at no additional costs in our showroom.

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