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1972 Porsche 911T CoupePosted by WindingRoad about 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Location: Pittsboro, North Carolina
This 1972 Porsche 911T Coupe is powered by its numbers-matching 2.4-liter flat-six, which is mated to a type 915 5-speed manual transaxle. Finished in black over a tan interior, the car is equipped with Recaro front seats, Weber carburetors, E-camshafts, oil-fed timing chain tensioners, 930 front brake calipers, and uprated sway bars. The seller drives this garage-kept coupe weekly, having added about 4,000 miles since he acquired it five years ago. Services completed four months ago included valve and carburetor adjustments, as well as an engine oil change with Swepco 20w50. This 911T is now being offered with original warranty folder, a 1994-2004 maintenance log book detailed below, photos documenting an earlier repaint, and a clean North Carolina title in the seller’s name.
The black exterior is described as a high-quality repaint commissioned by a prior owner in 1994. This work is documented in accompanying photos and a maintenance log. Images reportedly show the original color was Sepia Brown, and that the hood was de-badged at the same time. Note the external oil filler door under the passenger-side rear quarter window, a 1972-only feature.
Smaller aftermarket side mirrors have been fitted, and the original mirrors are no longer with the car. 15″ Fuchs-style wheels wear newer General Altimax RT43 tires all around.
Non-original Recaro cloth bucket seats are said to be comfortable and have a couple of small worn spots. The original seats are not included in the sale.
The door panels, dash, and carpets are all believed to be original and said to be in good shape. Gauges have been rotated for easier reading during spirited driving and can been rotated back to vertical according to the seller. The 5-digit odometer shows just under 43k miles and is believed to have rolled over once. A Sony 35Wx4 AM/FM/CD stereo head unit with removable faceplate has been installed.
Original warranty booklet displays the chassis and engine numbers. The VIN indicates a car constructed in 1971 and decodes to provide these additional details:
911 – Type 911
2 – 1972 Model year
10 – 911 T/E Coupé, for US market
2110 – Production sequence number within 2,931 built
Engine stamping *6123261* matches the warranty voucher above, confirming the 2,341cc flat-six is the original unit. This engine was rated at 140 hp when new, and is said to start easily and run well with no smoke. A front oil cooler and newer battery have been added. Prior modifications include Weber carbs, E-camshafts, and oil-fed timing chain tensioners, all reportedly verified by Chuck Miller at Millersport in Hillsborough, North Carolina, who has also performed all maintenance for the last five years.
A group of photos show underside condition, which the seller notes incudes light surface corrosion on the exhaust system. A prior owner added 930 front brake calipers at 114k miles, and a clutch assembly at 119k miles. Updated sway bars are 21mm in front and 27mm at the rear.
Included photos document the color-change repaint, and a prior owner’s maintenance logbook includes the following:
58 detailed entries
Car purchased for $11,000 at 111k miles
Repaint in black
April 1997 – Services with engine and transmission out of the car
October 2015 – Last service entryContact Seller »