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1968 Porsche 911T Coupe

Here we have a Bahama Yellow 1968 Porsche 911T Coupe, located in New York, with 92,401 miles on it. I always find a 911T in an excellent color to make for an interesting auction to watch, especially when the car in question appears in good shape but isn’t a concours-quality restoration. These auctions provide us a nice sense of the current market. Added to that, we do enjoy seeing these rare colors with some patina to them, showing the effects of many years of use though also reflective of the care required to keep a car of this vintage looking sharp. As the last year of the short-wheelbase models this one also gives us a glimpse at the most advanced version of the original layout and specifications.

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Year: 1968
Model: 911T
Engine: 2.0 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 92,401 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

1968 Porsche 911T

All Numbers Matching

Chassis Number: 11820598
Engine Number: 2080806
Transmission Number: 2280749
Bahama Yellow, 6805

This 1968 911T is finished in its original and desirable color, Bahama Yellow. The interior retains most of its original vinyl; door panels, rear panels, rear seats. Much of the brightwork is original and the lenses are original as well. An absolutely stunning example of a short wheelbase 911, see pictures.

Feel free to ask questions or request pictures.

Car is sold as is with no warranties or guarantees.

Will ship worldwide.

Thank you for looking and Good Luck.


Certain variants of the short-wheel base models take on a premium for their rarity and early nature and while to a degree that also extends to the entry-level 911T, these are in less demand than their more rare and/or powerful brethren and as such don’t tend to show such significant increases in value. They are more valuable though than the later long-wheelbase models. Bidding here currently sits at $70,400 and I’ll have an eye on it to see how much farther it might rise. While we see many sellers ask six figures for a 911T, only the best examples will sell at that height. How close this one might be able to get is something we’ll have to see.


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