This Porsche 911 L is sold on behalf of a renowned Classic Park customer.
Gerhard Porsche, grandson of Ferdinand, son of Ferry Porsche and brother of Ferdinand "Butzi", is a great car enthusiast. He has his own automotive museum, the Seppenbauer Automuseum in St. Salvator, Austria. This museum is open to the public and is definitely worth a visit.
This 911 L was delivered to a US customer in 1968. Several years ago Gerhard Porsche bought this car in the United States after which the car was completely restored. Many photos have been made of this restoration. After restoration, he exhibited the car in his Seppenbauer Automuseum. Gerhard Porsche choose this car because the 911 L is a very rare car, especially in this color. Presumably no more than 10 cars are made in this color and as far as is known, this is the only 911 L left in this color. Due to lack of space in the Seppenbauer museum, the car is for sale.
The car is "matching numbers" and is in the original paint, a rare metallic dark red color. The car comes with a document that the only owner in Austria was Gerhard Porsche.
This is a car for the Porsche enthusiastic who already has everything except a Porsche Porsche car!
The Porsche 911 made his debut in Frankfurt in 1963, the car was immediately a sales success. The striking design of the car is a design by Ferdinand "Butzi" Porsche, grandson of the founder of the Porsche brand. In 1967, the 911 received some changes. There is a 911 with a heavier engine, the 911 S and an cheaper model, the 911 T. In between comes the 911 L where the L stands for Luxury. Between the first produced 911 and this 911 L there is little difference. In terms of bodywork and technology, they are the same. Type L distinguishes itself from the T by a better braking system and optical changes like black windscreen wipers, larger mirrors, black leather steering wheel, etc. This car is made especially for the American market to meet the US emission requirements. The car is equipped with a Weber carburettor. The 911 L is made only one year, from late 1967 until mid 1968, in a small production series of only 473 pieces. From the model year 1969, Porsche extended the wheelbase. The short wheelbase cars are rare, this L is very rare and much sought after by A Series enthusiasts.
1968 Porsche 911L Coupé
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