Porsche 911 E
The first thing when you think about Porsche is the iconic 911. After the succession of the high anticipated Porsche 356, Porsche decided that they wanted to be created an everyday car, which saw the introduction of the Porsche 911. The 911 is a timeless car that has been revived over 55 years. The 911 is well known for its rear-engined layout which has redefined the shape and future for the 911 and Porsche to that matter. The 911 E was the final year that Porsche used the existing 2.0- litre engine, this was replace3d by the new 2.2- litre engine afterwards. The 911 E used mechanical fuel injection (MFI) in all markets.
In stock now is this beautiful 1973 Porsche 911 2.4E coupe. Finished in its correct original colour scheme of Royal Purple with tan leather the car was first registered on the 1st January 1973 here in the UK and has only had 7 registered keepers. During the previous owner’s tenure, a large and comprehensive restoration was carried out over the course of ten years including a full engine rebuild and a full repaint, interior retrim by Southbound Trimmers, gearbox rebuild, brakes and suspension refresh etc. The car drives as well as it looks, the care and money put into it is well reflected by just how nice it is. The period colour scheme really suits the car and being the desirable 2.4E model it has a useful turn of pace.