A pristine 1966 Porsche 911S 2.0 SWB has been listed for sale following a complete original-form restoration. The sought-after model is delivered in a highly desirable iteration of gloss black paint with metallic gold badging and is complete with a brown leatherette interior.
The vintage motor was subject to a “no expenses spared” restoration in 2014 which was executed to the highest original specification, complete with original number plates, matching numbers and low mileage. Although it’s provided in its original spec today, this particular car has a racing history as a vehicle used to compete in races and mountain climbs in the late ’60s.
The aluminum-bodied 911S is capable of 140mph thanks to a 2.0-liter engine that is supported by an upgraded sports handling system. The classic racer maintains its ventilated disc brakes, Koni shocks, rear anti-roll bar and its set of lightweight and now legendary Fuchs alloys. Head to Auxietre & Schmidt to learn more about this price-on-request piece.
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