These days the demand for a hot 911 is nearly unmatched, especially for one of the air-cooled models. Whether it be a 911 Turbo or any of the variety of lightened and more powerful naturally aspirated variants these cars continue to command respect and adulation among Porsche enthusiasts. One of the first produced was the 911S. Introduced in 1967, the S combined more power, better braking and suspension, and a lower overall weight to produce one of best performing cars of its day, all the while still remaining comfortable and streetable enough for everyday use. The example featured here is a European delivery Blue Metallic 1970 Porsche 911S Coupe, restored by Aase Sales in Ohio, that shows 58,095 km (about 36,098 miles). For the 1970MY the entire 911 line had received a bump in engine displacement from 2.0 liters to 2.2 liters with the 911E and S now featuring Bosch multi-point injection.
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Engine: 2.2 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 58,095 km
Price: $182,500 Buy It Now
1970 Porsche 911S one of the most sought after cars on the market today. These cars are appreciating in value by thousands of dollars per year. Hagerty Insurance Valuation says a number one car is $206,000. Recent auction numbers are even higher. Donâ€™t miss this rare opportunity to own an Early 911S. Original European delivery car VIN# 9110301510 engine number 6391577 200HP. The car was carefully color matched and repainted in itâ€™s beautiful original color code 84 Metallic Blue, the interior is Code 13 black leatherette which is verified by the included Certificate Of Authenticity (COA). This rare 911S sunroof coupe is concours d’elegance ready with no bolt being untouched. Almost all of the parts were refinished or replaced to make this car a show winner. A complete new interior was installed including seats, panels, and carpet, steering wheel by Autoâ€™s International. The four of the five refinished Deep Six Fuchs wheels are dated 1/1970 the spare is dated 5/1970. There are 5 new Dunlop tires mounted and balanced on the car. All five instruments have been rebuilt by North Hollywood Speedometer. All new or NOS seals, gaskets, trim, hoses, tubes and many small parts have been installed. New Porsche factory turn signal lenses front and rear, new clutch, new CV joints and axles. New Muffler and heat exchangers were installed. Thousand of dollars in receipts are included with the records. Includes an original owners manual NOS binder cover, maintenance record binder cover. COA, tool kit and jack. Car was restored by the world Famous AASE Sales, check out our website for rare cars and parts, we ship worldwide. We will assist in delivery at the buyers expense.
Odometer shows 58,095 KM.
I’ve really started to awaken to some of these 911s in their various shades of blue and it’s really a shame that we don’t see more of them on the modern cars. They’re just so beautiful, but without being overly showy. Granted, Porsche is happy to offer eye-popping shades of blue as well, but for most of the available colors the brightness retained in these darker hues is enough to deliver a degree of refinement while still showcasing the car’s curves. The restoration work here appears to be top-notch and even at these sorts of prices I would imagine this 911S will find itself a new home. It’s a lot to pay, but for most collectors the opportunity to own one of these early Porsches, combining excellent performance with a very simple design, would be difficult to pass up.