Irish Green 1965 Porsche 911

Let’s take a look at some more green 911s. Porsche’s greens run the gamut and for now we’ll move away from yesterday’s dark metallic forest green to what might be the most iconic green of them all: Irish Green. It is seen here on a very early 1965 Porsche 911 and is contrasted with a light beige interior. I must say this interior color seems rather unique among early 911s. I can’t recall seeing many like it and it presents a stark contrast with the Irish Green exterior. Everything is said to be numbers matching and matching colors. Neither the paint nor much of the interior is the original material, but all looks in nice shape now. The price, of course, is quite high, but this could be quite the find.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: Irish Green 1965 Porsche 911 on eBay

Year: 1965
Model: 911
Engine: 2.0 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 58,701 mi
Price: $175,000 Buy It Now

Selling this highly desirable EARLY 911

1965 Porsche 911 SWB 2.0

All MATCHING #’s and MATCHING COLOR confirmed by KARDEX history!

Based on the history it is believed to be a 3rd owner car with 58,701 miles on the odometer.

This early 911 with its attractive matching color combination IRISH GREEN (paint code 6606) with BEIGE VINYL interior and matching ORIGINAL WHELLES & HUBCAPS stamped 8/65

in great condition is here on eBay for SALE for the first time for an outstanding PRICE!

THE cheapest original ‘65 on the WHOLE MARKET!!!

Condition and History

This extremely original example of this matching #’s ENGINE and 5 speed TRANSMISSION early Sort Wheel Base 911 with the original WEBASTO heater, its ORIGINAL BOOKS, TOOLS, JACK and spare wheel was driven by the last owner for the last 16 years and received recently a cosmetic restoration besides a one-time repaint with is original color by the previous owner.

Cosmetic restoration includes:

New correct GERMAN carpet incl. the correct insulation and the original GERMAN carpet in the trunk,

all new correct GERMAN rubber floor mats,

new interior expect the door panels and rear upper seats are still ORIGINAL and the front seats have been re-upholstered about 10 years ago,

period correct restored Blaupunkt RADIO,

reconditioned wood dash,

restored wood steering wheel,

restored gauges,

new seals on door, trunk and bumper installed,

new tires and engine serviced.

The bumper chrome horns are ORIGINAL and in great shape, as the rest of the chrome,

Besides few imperfections the older re-paint looks great and the body is strait, solid and very presentable.

Both doors and the trunk lid is ORIGINAL with the last 3 of the vin# stamped.

Besides one small piece the floor is also ORIGINAL.

The doors close nicely with the right sounds with no extra effort.

The transmission shifts smoothly through all the gears and the engine temperature always remains cool and it does not smoke.

The driving feeling and sound with this early 911 is one of a kind!!!

This car must be seen to be fully appreciated.

If you have any question please contact me at

1-808-446-606six.

TEXT message work the best for faster response. I can also call you back.

This 911 is located in Los Angeles, CA and can be inspected upon appointment any time.

HAPPY BIDDING!!!

Wood wheel and wood dash. You can even see the detail of the wood grain. Those are part of what I really love about these early 911s. They weren’t around long so it really adds an extra level of desire to these already very desirable cars. But really they just look so great. Like the painted dash of the 356 these are the vintage touches that have a feel of age. I never feel the same sense of joy when I see wood trim on a modern sports coupe so I can’t entirely explain the allure here. I guess it’s just the age.

The biggest issues with this 911 come down to verification of the numbers and originality of everything. We aren’t shown any of that documentation in the ad, though it is said to be available. Further verification of the mileage also should be necessary. If those points check out then this asking price may not be too bad for what is a fairly uncommon color combination and a very desirable exterior color. But I just want to stare as it’s such a rare treat to see one of these and there are so many lovely details to take in.

-Rob

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