We are very pleased to offer this stunning 1973 Porsche 911E 2.4
Two owner car
Original matching numbers engine rebuilt to 2.7/310 HP RS specs
Approximately 6,000 miles since engine rebuild
5-speed manual transmission
Refreshed in original Tangerine
Tan interior with cloth inserts
Factory air conditioning
Factory power windows
Believed to be 79,506 miles
Original maintenance book
Engine rebuild receipts
Copy of original bill of sale
Original owners manual
Porsche COA confirming matching numbers and factory colour combination
Porsche’s 911E was developed in the late 1960s to slot in between the 911T and 911S models, effectively replacing the short-lived 911L of 1968. The E stood for einspritzung in German, which translates to injection. Prior to this car’s debut, Bosch and Porsche teamed up to develop a mechanical fuel-injection system intended for use on both the 911E and 911S, which was similar to the system used on the legendary street-legal racer of 1966, the Porsche 906 Carrera 6. This system was able to precisely control the fuel-air mixture in the Flat-6 engine. The 911E was meant to be the most luxurious Porsche model available, something that discerning buyers of the German marque had come to demand.
Each 911E came standard with a comfort package which included features such as ventilated brake discs with aluminum calipers, a leather-covered steering wheel, heavy bumper rub strips, rubber guard inserts, chrome rocker panel trim, velour carpeting and gold script on the rear deck.
This car also came with a plethora of factory options including factory air conditioning, uprated shocks, alloy wheels and front and rear stabilizer bars.
It could be argued that the endless Porsche option lists of today had their genesis with the 911E.
Produced as both a coupe and targa from 1969-73, 2,421 examples were sold in 1973.
This 911E is finished in striking Tangerine exterior and Tan seats with stylish Black and White hounds tooth cloth inserts.
The car has what is believed to be 79,506 original miles, but only 6,000 miles since the sweet-sounding, air-cooled 2.7L Flat-6 engine was professionally rebuilt to RS specifications and boasts 310 horsepower.
Featuring a 5-speed manual gearbox with classic Fuchs wheels, this little rocket has factory air conditioning, a factory sunroof, power windows, a maintenance book and engine build receipts.
Supplied with chrome Over riders and UK Spec headlights (currently being fitted)
One for the most discerning of collectors
Export and finance enquiries welcome
Immaculate 1 owner exampleView
5 speed Gearbox
1800 Ivor Searle engine
Very rare one of 78 made
Highly collectable 6 cyl Mercedes
2 former keepers
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