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Introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 1963, the Porsche 911 quickly established itself as the benchmark to which all other sports cars would be compared. The flagship Porsche for more than 50 years, no other automobile so clearly carries on its unbroken tradition. The 1973 2.4 CIS model is considered by many to be among the best “long hood” 911s, and this Sepia Brown over Brown Leatherette 911 T may well be one of the finest unrestored examples extant. This 911 was produced in February
1973, equipped with a Blaupunkt Frankfurt radio, Comfort Equipment, light metal (Fuchs) wheels, and tinted glass all around. Sold new by Porsche Audi of Avon, Connecticut, on June 12, 1973, the car appears to have enjoyed a life of loving care and meticulous preservation. After a period of static storage, it was serviced and prepared to return to the road by highly acclaimed Porsche mechanic Kevin McCarthy of Connecticut. This 911 was deemed to be so brilliantly preserved that it was held for a year while McCarthy’s shop studied and documented it as a blueprint for future restorations. Still in unrestored condition, the 911 features its original Sepia Brown paint finish and upholstery.
Offered with tool kit, jack, date-coded spare, owner’s manual, maintenance record booklet, radio manual and warranty card, Hirschmann antenna key, and Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, this extraordinarily preserved and original 911 2.4 T is a remarkable opportunity not to be missed.