“Before asking questions please navigate our Flicker album (http://www.flickr.com/photos/74469867@N03/sets/72157633956251122/) that contains a multitude of pictures of the 911 E. Make your own sunshine! This 1973 Porsche 911E Sunroof Coupe is fresh from a full rotisserie restoration. The car is numbers matching (9113201244 / 6231951 engine) and was well equipped with trim, stabilizer bars tinted glass and a power sunroof. This car was Dave Aase’s personal 911, own a part of history. …”
Thank you to reader Wade who sent this over with the comment “I’m not sure if I had $76K to drop on a car it would be on a yellow one…” and I think I agree. Especially given the original color code on the CoA was “Sepia Brown/54 with Beige/Tan Leatherette/31.” Those are vintage 70’s colors that love or hate the brown is more aggressive and fitting of a 911 in my opinion.
This yellow is actually a nice Hugh (side tribute to my friend Oat-Daddy’s dad Hugh) that isn’t bright or obnoxious. In fact, it’s the same color I had on my ’66 912 where it seemed appropriate. A happy yellow for a happy 912 that was still able to get out of bed in the morning and drag three, sometimes four cylinders, to the bathroom and beyond.
|My old 1966 Porsche 912|
This 911 looks like a beautiful restoration. For more on the previous owner Dave Aase see this thread from the Early 911S registry. He passed away a couple years ago and founder of Aase Sales for Porsches.
On Western Slope Craigslist which is out west in the Colorado Wyoming area somewhere.