1965 PORSCHE 911 2,0 "SWB" Serial number... - Lot 127 - Osenat

Lot 127
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1965 PORSCHE 911 2,0 "SWB" Serial number... - Lot 127 - Osenat
1965 PORSCHE 911 2,0 "SWB" Serial number 300601 Engine 901 / 01-1026-901126 One of the first 1000 Porsche 911s Delivered new in France Third and current owner since 2007 Eligible for the Peter Auto 2.0L Cup program French collection title This Porsche 911 was delivered new in France on March 12th, 1965. It wears the number 300601, it is by the way one of the very first Porsche 911s delivered. It was then painted in Bali Blau, reference 6412. According to its administrative history, the car was kept by its first owner until 1991 and taken over by a garage. The latter sold it in 1997 and it was finally acquired by its third and current owner in 2007. It was then undriven for many years and already painted in Bahama Gelb reference 6605. This is how a restoration of the car was undertaken: In 2007, the car received new indicators, new silencers, cardan bellows, a battery, an oil filter, new refurbished Weber carburetors and four stainless steel hubcaps. The windshield and its seals were replaced, while the brake calipers were restored. The tank was refurbished and received two new sieves. In 2008, new front bumper bananas were installed with their new seals, the front trunk also received new seals. Brake hoses and new pads were installed. A pair of yellow Hella front fog lights was fitted, as well as four chrome rims. The gearbox was drained and the braking circuit purged. The two exchangers, the two rear lights, the six spark plugs and the trunk light were replaced, like the four tires Michelin XAS. Finally, the logo, the window seals, the left door strike, and new nozzles and windshield washer pipe were ordered. In 2009, the engine was completely overhauled, including all seals, screws, bearings, replacement of hoses, lines and belts, chain tensioner, clutch mechanism. The ignition system was overhauled and all cables were replaced. Finally, the four Koni shock absorbers and the front ball joints were replaced. The works are documented by photos. In 2010
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