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1977 Porsche 911S

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It feels like lately we’ve come across 911s from this vintage quite a bit more frequently. I’m not sure if this is a case of sellers hoping to take advantage of the “rising tide raises all boats” phenomenon or if we’re just taking notice of these cars more frequently. Either way, here we have another example from the era spanning 1974-1977, this time a dark brown (perhaps Chocolate Brown?) 1977 Porsche 911S, located in Charlottesville, VA, with Cork interior and 93,043 miles on it. This particular example has some modifications to the engine and the interior of which any interested buyer will need to take account. With that said, I find the interior modifications to be particularly well done, providing both a functional and also attractive cockpit. While modified cars can be tough, if the other modifications have been executed with equal care as the interior, then that should provide some comfort about the performance of the car.

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Year: 1977
Model: 911S
Engine: 2.7 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 93,043 mi
Price: $27,500

Great driving, good looking s/r coupe with many performance modifications to enhance your driving experience. short shift kit, Carrera oil cooler, SSI’s with new Magnaflow stainless steel muffler, Carrera chain tensioners, pop off valve, Crane Fireball ignition system, turbo tie rods, front & rear sway bars, cross drilled rotors, stainless steel brake lines new front calipers and pads & more. For additional info and photos go to and click onto ‘Porsches 4 Sale’.


Given the modifications and the harnesses this 911S may have seen some track time, so our usual caveat about giving one of these a thorough PPI is especially important here. That does bring up a point though with the ’74-’77 cars, which is that they are somewhat ideal options as a track 911 given their lower desirability among collectors. At $27,500, the price here is probably higher than what most would want to spend for a track car, but if a prospective buyer wanted the car for only occasional track usage, but primarily street driving, then the overall condition here appears good. That’s probably looking for a pretty particular buyer, but assuming the mechanical condition is excellent, then this should find a new home.