Introducing the new 911 “G”-Model porsche came up with technical advertising:
Porsche also understood the emotional 70ies and set statements like this:
The first series 911 “G”-Models still had features of the “F” models with chrome details such as the headlight rings, chrome windshield frames and a chrome exterior mirror and the nowadays very rare slim chassis of the “F” model in the “G” models of the 1st series with the sought-after 2.7L engine from the famous 1973 Carrera RS is very popular with collectors like this offered gemini blue 1975 Porsche 911 2.7.
The current 4th owner brought this Porsche 911 in 2016 from sunshine state California to Germany.
First inspections made clear that this was a very original, accident free and unwelded example.
Have an impression of this offered beauty in this video:
In order to preserve the value by maintaining as much originality as possible, the current owner decided to restore the car in loving detail, in the truest sense of the word, rather than simply renewing everything. Welding work was not even necessary in this case.
In addition to chassis components, brakes, bushings, electrical system, etc., it was clear to the specialist that the engine would be completely disassembled to ensure a flawless fun factor. Also the gearbox had been overhauled.
After the engine overhaul, the engine has been gently run in for 2,000km to date.
The paint thicknesses of 250 to 450, after painting, underline the good quality of the chassis and the paint quality.
The interieur had been completely new upholstered.
The Lecarra steering wheel is an accessory steering wheel from the 70ies in very good condition.
See here an excerpt of renewed/overhauled parts:
- Oil pressure sensor
- Mounting set injectors
- Cylinder head screws
- Porsche key light
- Timing chain with lock
- Heater hose
- Engine heat hose
- Distributor cap
- Oil line camshafts right
- Oil line camshafts left
- Suction pipe rubber
- Oil tank breather hose
- Chain guide black, Chain guide brown
- Sealing ring M6 + M8
- piston rings 90mm
- Gas bushing
- Cylinder head gasket set
- Crankcase gasket set
- Axle boot repair kit
- 600 NM hood damper
- Air filter
- Fuel filter
- Suction hose
- HKZ repair
- Pirelli tires
- Motul Classic Oil
- Oil filter
- Ignition cable set
- Gearbox oil 80W90
The overall impression of this slim body 911 2.7 is very good.
Everything does its precise job as a Porsche usually does.
This unwelded 911 differs greatly from many worn-out Porsches that have only been spruced up with cosmetics.
Facing the value questions the answer is easy: this is a complete matching numbers and matching colours 911 2.7 S.
Convince yourself with the pictures below, … bid, … win… and be the proud new owner of this beauty gemini blue chrome Model “G” 911 in matching numbers and matching colours condition.
See here an excerpt of the engine overhauling:
See here the video of the engine overhauling:
See here an excerpt of the documents:
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911 2.7 S
gemini blue metallic
Offenbach / Germany
€ 62.000 – 67.000