Immaculate 1973 911 E – Restored – $76300 (columbus)

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“Before asking questions please navigate our Flicker album (http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/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.

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