I’m not going to belabor the point on this one, but rather simply would like to bring this auction to the attention of anyone who might be interested. Here we have an Ivory 1973 Porsche 911E Coupe with Green leather interior on auction with no reserve, which is something we rarely see with long-hood 911s these days. The provided pictures tell us little, but the seller claims to have more detailed photos that can be made available to prospective buyers. The car isn’t completely original as the engine has been built to 2.7 liter specifications and it’s had RS flares added, but otherwise the condition is reportedly good and it’s surely quite fun to drive.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1973 Porsche 911E on eBay
Engine: 2.4 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 116,000 mi
Price: No Reserve Auction
You are bidding on a 1973 Porsche 911E Coupe. 116,000 original documented miles, rust free body.
– Weber Carbs w/ K&N Air Filters replaced original MFI
– Factory A/C works great and blows cold
– Fuchs Wheels
– Recent restoration of original Green Leather interior
– Green Leather Sports seats in perfect condition
– Original Owners Manual and Maintenance record included
– Some service records included
– Clear Title in hand
Car was originally purchased in Augusta, GA and spent the majority of its life in Augusta and Charleston, SC.
The second owner had the car for 25 years. The car was serviced for many years by Docs Garage in Lexington, SC
This is a very nice example of the legendary 1973 Porsche 911E Coupe.
It is a great running and driving car. The car starts right up and runs great.
The car drives and shifts very smoothly, has excellent power and brakes really well.
This is a well cared for car that has had a very nice re-spray of the original Ivory paint. The paint has a very nice shine but has a small spot of surface rust behind the front wheel on the drivers side and a small bubble behind the rear passenger side wheel. There is also some paint chipping on the rear bumper. The front bumper has the typical chips and dings. Otherwise, there is no rust or damage anywhere else on the car.
The car had RS flares added many years ago.
The tires on the car are almost new.
The interior is in amazing condition and looks better in person than it does in the pictures. It was redone to a very high standard a few years ago.
There is a story that follows the car that the original owner wanted green as a tribute to the Augusta National Golf Club in his hometown of Augusta, GA.
Newer Alpine stereo with Kenwood speakers added recently.
The original engine was rebuilt to 2.7 specs a few years. It has the original E cams and 2.7 heads. The engine runs great and pulls very strong and smooth. No leaks and only a small amount of smoke on start-up.
The 915 5 speed transmission works great and shifts very smoothly.
This is an extremely fun car to drive. It looks amazing and gets tons of looks and comments wherever it goes. This car is not a concours car currently, but with very little effort could be made into one.
Right now it is a fantastic driver that could be driven daily with very little effort. Everything works including A/C, sunroof, stereo, lights, etc.
There are a couple of things that could be replaced to improve the car right away. For example, the windshield has a crack and could use a replacement. There are no carpets on the floor in the rear and there is no carpet in the trunk.
Detailed photos available.
Payment by bank wire within 7 business days of auction close. I will assist with shipping. Good luck bidding!
Bidders will need to do some leg work, but since this 911E is on offer with no reserve, then at least prospective buyers can be assured that if everything suits their needs then there’s a shot at a reasonable price. The Ivory over Green sounds like an interesting combination and it’s certainly a rare interior color choice. Bidding is currently at $30,100, which isn’t cheap but also is fairly low for a car of this vintage. I’ll be interested to see where this ends up, but at the very least there may be some value to be had here.