Lot 254 - 1971 13028 911S

Lot 254 - 1971 13028 911S

Lot 254 - 1971 13028 911S

Lot Number 254
Registration JBZ 5258
Chassis Number 911130-0799
Engine Number 6320146
Odometer reading 3,340 miles
Estimate £28,000 - £35,000
Result Sold - £30,240

By 1970, the 911 model had established itself as one of Europe's most refined and enjoyable sports cars for the road as well as a serious weapon on the racetrack in production-based formulae. The first of many high-performance versions of the newly introduced 911 arrived in 1966 with the introduction of the 911S. These 2.2-litre 911S models are nowadays considered one of the most sought after pre-1973 911's offering a very flexible torque-curve yet retaining the light, rev-happy feel of the earlier 2.0-litre models.

This 1971 911'S' example originally built to 2.2 litre specification has been completely rebuilt and bought into line with the 2.4 'S' specification of the same year. The chassis is reported to be in fine condition with any parts that had shown wear, replaced and all work carried out to a high standard that will certainly stand up to close examination. In over 25 years of ownership, it has been used very little due to a burgeoning racing engines building business. The odometer shows less than 4000 miles; a figure that can be relied upon implicitly and is an accurate representation of what the car has done since its rebuild.
Originally built as a lefthand drive car for the German market, it was later converted to righthand drive using original Porsche factory components.
The updating to the later 2.4 litre 'S' specification consisted of fitting a re-built engine and Carrera 915 gearbox to the car with all work executed with complete adherence to the Porsche technical manuals where necessary applied tolerances were stringently adhered to.

During the course of the full engine rebuild, all parts were replaced as necessary with no expense spared including; valves, springs, valve guides, bearings, timing chains and tensioners. It is also worthy of note that the later, more reliable, hydraulic timing chain tensioners were used in place of the period originals.
The original specification 8.5:1 pistons; which were designed for use with the lower grade 72 octane fuel, have been replaced with new forged MAHL 10.3:1 pistons more suitable for modern pump fuels which also give a welcome improvement in engine torque figures and fuel consumption. Supplied with an MoT test certificate valid until August 2014, UK V5 documents and further history, this exciting and truly iconic 911S with the current engine specification improvements now make it comparable to that of the Porsche 2.7 Carrera RS!

 

 

Interested parties should satisfy themselves as to the description and condition of each lot prior to the sale. Buyers are advised to inspect the car in person or use a professional to carry out this service.

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