1969 911S Porsche Nut/Bolt Restoration 911 S. Rare Special Order Black on Black.
- Make: Porsche
- Model: 911
- Type: Coupe
- Trim: 911S Coupe 911 MFI. Porsche COA.
- Year: 1969
- Mileage: 132,093
- VIN: 119301457
- Color: Black
- Engine size: Original Matching Numbers. Porsche COA.
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1969 Porsche 911 911S Coupe 911 MFI. Porsche COA.
Entertaining All Serious Offers On This Fine Example Of a Southern CaliforniaPorsche 911S:
Chassis #119301457 Engine# 6392061. Trans# 7198612.
It was produced on July 21 1969 and was special ordered with the highly desirable black paint
(code 6838)with amatchingblack interior & tinted glass all around (as per Porsche COA).
PPI was done by Don, owner Auto Dienst a Porschespecialist for over 4 decades in Oxnard Ca., finding the following
compression & leak-down test:
Cylinder #1: 135 8%
Cylinder #2 135 10%
Cylinder #3 130 10%
Cylinder #4 135 8%
Cylinder #5 135 8%
Cylinder #6 135 10%
*Hagertys Insurance's current valuation of a 1969 911S (with factory 5 speed)
is as follows: You can log onto Hargerty website and check the criteria for each condition.
This 911Sshould/will be a solid #2 car.
#1 Condition - $231,000
#2 Condition - $190,000
#3 Condition - $142,000
#4 Condition - $110,000
ON TO THE CAR:
This 911S has lived its entire life in Southern California...which is known for having the best examples of rust-free,well taken
care of, vintage Porsches in the world. It was a 3 owner car before its 2 year total restoration was begunin March of
2014. Its last owner retained ownership for over 40 years.
Starting with a solid Southern California rust-free 911S (that had been resprayed Porsche yellow in the mid 70's) this911
retained it's yellow paint for the past 4 decades, until it was decided that the car would undergo a completerotisserie
restoration startingin May of 2014.
The restoration started by thoroughly stripping the entire car down to bare steel on the rotisserie (see video). The body was
in phenomenal condition and has zero rust, as you'd expect from a car that's spent it's entire life in Southern California (one county).
All appropriate parts needing powder-coating were sent off for a show-quality finish. Plating & anodizing were sent to thesame
company that plates Singer's 911's. The correct ('69 dated) shocks were sent to Koni North America for their 4month
restoration process. The entire brake system was sent to PMB in Utah, the premier 911S brake restorers,and rebuilt
to "better-than-new",then were finishedwith the correctfactoryanodizing/finish. New, updated (better) pistonswere
added to thecalipers by PMB, making the stock brakes even better, while still maintaining their factory correct appearance.
Also ordered were a new master cylinder, brakes lines etc... Below, is a much more detailed list of parts & restorationsteps
that this 911S also underwent during its two &a half year restoration.
Starting the restoration, the engine was inspected & found to be in excellent condition.To match the fullrestorationthe car would
soon be undergoing it was decided that the engines appearance wouldalso be renewed & detailed tomatchtherestof the car (along
with any other necessary tuning it would required to end upas a flawless running 911S). TheMFI pump& throttle bodies
were handed off to Arron Burnham at Burnham Enterprises in Camarillo,Ca. world renown forrebuilding the fuelinjection
systems for the 911S's. Fuel injectors were also tested at Burnham &passed their testswith flying colors. Oncefinished, the
engine would be worthy of entering any concourse... as it alreadyran excellent and has tons of power withthat "monster"
Exterior (a few of the highlights):
* Car body rotisserie restoration (see photos & video)
*Bottom of the car was stripped to bare steel, sprayed with epoxy primer, then the correct factory undercoating. Perfect underbody.
*All doors, deck-lid and trunk gaps adjusted perfectly to 4mm specs. All panels line up to each other precisely.
*Engine bay & front trunk area prepped to be perfect.
*Glasurit Porsche 6838 jet black paint (baked on).
*Correct Sigla brand tinted windscreen.
*All aluminum door & window trims sent to TRE Motorsports for polishing and re-anodizing.
*New rubber seals ordered for entire car. Windows, Pedals, Deco trim, Door seals, Hood, etc... etc...
*New deck-lid grill & "Porsche" script and hood badge.
*New chrome: Door handles, Rear quarter-window latches, License plate frame, Horn grills, F& R bumpers.
*Bosch brand H4 headlights.
*German H4 driving lights.
*Gas tank removed (zero rust), cleaned & sealed.
*New Fuel pump with all new lines.
*Euro tail lenses & front signals.
*New: Mirrors (inside and out), Hood crest, F & R windscreen aluminum trim, Front trunk carpet, Duel batteries, Hood and
deck-lid shocks, Washer squirters w/ new hoses, washer bottle & motor, license plate lights.
*Correct date coded (1969) deep 6" Fuchs restored by Al Reed.
*Heater control valves restored to new along with new silicone heater hoses.
*CV axles: Repainted, resealed & re-greased.
*Shifter assembly: Removed cleaned & repainted, new shift-rod bushing.
*Tail light & front turn signal assemblies completely restored.
*Re-sealed transmission with new clutch, flywheel, pressure plate & throw out bearing.
*Horns disassembled, cleaned, tuned & repainted.
New seat upholstery w/ foam, Dash, Speaker grill, Carpet, Headliner, Visors, Re-built Becker Europa radio, New dual stereo
dash speaker update, Coco brand floor mats, Door panels new, Steering wheel restored by Alan Gunn leather; New bearings
chrome trim ring w/ horn pad. Rear view mirror, Shift knob, Knee pads,Ashtray, Turn-signal switches taken apart &
cleaned for perfect electrical connections, Steering wheel bearings, Horn connections, Dash knobs, Dash upholstery
trim, Dash aluminum trim, Under dash wiring clean & orderly, Pedals rebuilt, Shift linkage rebuilt w/ everything
new, Rear seat area side panels, Rear seats & rear deck tray upholstery, Dome lights new.
Powder coasted, New bushings, Ball joints, Tie-rod ends, Shocks, Brakes, Rotors, Master cylinder, Wheelbearings, 4 wheel
alignment by PCA specialist (the car drives straight as an arrow). Torsion bars removed & refurbished. Complete suspension
looks like you took a time machine & traveled back to a Porsche dealership in 1969.
SCROLL DOWN EVEN FURTHER FOR 75 PHOTOS!!!!!!
If you can't view the 2 videos (directly below this text) go to Youtube & type:
"1969 911S Porsche Ventura"
Questions?: 805-295-0180 Ventura, Ca.Item Photos
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