• Light Ivory
  • Select
  • 1.6L H4
  • 5-speed manual
  • RWD
  • 21,236
  • 764EM
  • 129020883

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Motorcar Studio

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1164 Zonolite Place NE

Atlanta, GA 30306


Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this remarkably well-documented 1969 Porsche 912 non-sunroof coupe. Finished in Light Ivory over black leatherette, the car shows to a good driver standard throughout. A three-owner example with known history to new, the car underwent a mechanical and cosmetic restoration in the early 1990s. The original engine was sent to California and overhauled by "The Maestro" Harry Pellow in 1994, right at 22k miles ago.


Paint, body and trim show minor patina and a few minor flaws consistent with age since restoration, but panels are straight and gaps are good. 15x6 "Flat Six" Fuchs. Rust repair underneath with partial floor pan replacement done to an acceptable, but not concours, standard.  Interior likewise shows to a good driver standard -- crack-free dash, nice sun visors, stain-free headliner and carpet, original steering wheel, original (and working) Blaupunkt AM/FM/SW radio. All gauges and lights are working, including the clock. Door panels are in decent shape showing the usual deterioration in the door pockets. Original upholstery with a few split seams in the driver's seat, but otherwise good. Original seat belts.


Runs and drives just as it should -- clutch and 901 five-speed gearbox feel great with no crunchy synchros; engine starts and runs well. Recent valve adjustment, oil service and tune-up in our shop; brake job including master cylinder in 2013; pages of service records and a handwritten maintenance log back to 1980. Original maintenance book and driver's manual included (of particular interest are Harry Pellow's engine build invoice with break-in instructions and an HCP Research brochure from the early 1990s).


For more information about this 1969 Porsche 912 for sale at Motorcar Studio in Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.



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