1973 Porsche 911

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1973 Porsche 911T Coupe

Chassis No. 9113103244
Engine No. 6135829 (Matching Numbers)
Transmission No. 7731098 (Matching Numbers)

An Exceptionally Optioned & Well-Preserved Time Capsule
Sunroof, Air Conditioning, Comfort Equipment, Ski Rack & More
1-Owner from New-2017, Lifelong California “Blue Plate” Car
1 of only 1,302 1973.5s (CIS) Produced in the Last 6 Months of 911 F-Body Production
Complete Numbers-Matching per Porsche Certificate of Authenticity
Verified by Porsche Classic Technical Certificate
Retains Majority Original Aubergine Paint and Beige Leather Interior
Includes All Keys, Books, Tools, Jack, Spare, Accessories, & Documentation File
Outstanding Concours Preservation Class & Touring Candidate

Porsche's Certificate of Authenticity confirms 9113103244 was completed in June of 1973, wearing Aubergine (40) paint over Beige Leather (86) upholstery, with U.S. Equipment, Forged Alloy Wheels, Stabilizer Bars F/R, Chrome Strip – Fender, Comfort Equipment, Tinted Glass All Around, Electric Sunroof and Pirelli Tires. Still wearing those options today, along with its factory applied paint, upholstery, glass and trim, this 911 also retains its original numbers-matching CIS 2.4L engine and 5-speed transmission, along with its original dealer installed air conditioning.

3244 was sold new at Masterson Porsche/Audi of Ventura, California on August 31, 1973 to a Mr. Wood of Santa Maria – one day after receiving its A/C system, according to the Maintenance Record booklet. The car would remain in California under Wood's stewardship until 2017 in remarkably original condition, with a current mileage of 76,700. This particular 1973 911 is what enthusiasts would call a time capsule or time-warp example. Understandably, some components, such as consumables simply have had to be replaced in order to assure its exceptional drivability.

Paint meter readings confirm proper depth of the bright paint, with two small blends around the headlights. Both bonnet and bumper appear untouched. All leather, vinyl and carpeting present in extraordinary original condition, including the crack-free dash, a remarkable anomaly unto itself. Plastic and rubbers remain supple throughout the vehicle, while all glass, chrome, zinc and anodization appear correct and untouched. Both original Can-Am and California emissions decals are adhered to the rear glass quarters. All 5 wheels are date stamped 5/73. The undercarriage presents as expected, completely solid and tidy with untouched original coatings, finishes and plugs.

Drivability is top-notch, extremely responsive and adapt for city, highway and country touring, with excellent compression across all cylinders - mating well to a crisp shifting 5-speed transmission, reactive brakes and suspension. All five Pirelli CN36 tires were installed in recent years – as it originally wore. Other recent services addressed new fluids, filters, shocks/strut inserts, belts, plugs and ignition accessories. Followed by shift couplers F/R, oil sending unit, R&I intake box, R&I pedal box assembly, and an air conditioning recharge.

A 2021 inspection and scheduled service, highlights included a restoration of the vehicle's original Blaupunkt Frankfurt radio by the experts at Vintageblau and authentic Porsche muffler. This was followed by a Porsche Classic Technical Inspection with awarded Certificate, performed by Texas' only Porsche Classic Partner. Numerous recent invoices are compiled in a binder.
This spectacular 911 comes fully outfitted and complete with its VIN-matched original Maintenance Record booklet and Owner's Manual in pouch, alongside the Emissions Control System pamphlet, all Blaupunkt Frankfurt manuals/books/warranty cards, Golde sunroof manual, emergency sunroof crank, both sets of keys with leather fob/pouch and Porsche Lackstift (touch up paint). Additionally, the original tool kit, jack, date coded spare, corresponding Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, period servicing records from the mid-late 1970's, and a copy of Wood's “Pink Slip” accompany. Complementing the longtime equipped Mohn ski racks is a set of matching vintage K2 snow skis.

Having been lovingly cared for and unspoiled for the last half-century, this unrestored, final-year, early 911 is presented as a true benchmark for originality and preservation. Ideally suited for the Porsche enthusiast in search of what must surely be one of the finest examples in this specification presently available.
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