1967 Porsche 911 335 Miles Bahama Yellow Coupe with Sunroof
This 911 S is said to be a California car from new. This Sunroof Coupe was covered and stored in an airport hangar in Monterey in the mid-eighties for 23 years before being acquired in August of 2010 by the current collector. The present owner is a former senior executive and well regarded Porsche collector from Northern California that commissioned a no-expenses spared, ten-year restoration featuring some of the most well known marque experts in the 911 world.
The interior, finished by Autos International in Escondido, California, looks just as flawless as the exterior, with a few tasteful changes. Porsche afficionados will notice that the original batwing style steering wheel has been replaced with a black leather RS Porsche steering wheel by Tony Garcia of Autobahn Interiors in San Diego, California. The original steering wheel has been reconditioned and will be included in the sale.
The engine was rebuilt and received non-visual performance enhancements by a Porsche engine and transmission specialist in Oakland, CA. All machining was done by Porsche specialists at Ollie’s Machine Shop in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. The correct Weber IDS carburetors were rebuilt by 911 expert Paul Abbott of Performance Oriented in Salem, OR.