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    Porsche 911T 1969 for sale

    Hi,

    Looking to do a deal on this soon so open to sensible offers. It has been accepted into what is considered one of the highlight auctions of the year at RM in Paris in February, but ideally I would prefer to sell before this to avoid the fees etc.

    This is an exceptional example of a rare 1969 911T with Sportomatic transmission. Purchased by us from the USA in October 2013, this matching number 1969 911T with Sportomatic transmission has undergone a full restoration. This work has been conducted over the last four years by ourselves and Porsche Approved Body Shop. With a recorded 41,847 miles and extensive history folder including COA and original parts, this is an excellent opportunity to purchase what we considered to be the best available example. This is an ideal car for those days out in the countryside and should be a great long term investment.

    The car is unregistered, so the buyer will be the first owner. The car comes with a new MOT and is European compliant - all original parts have been retained.

    Early in 2016 the car was examined by Porsche. Whilst there were a few repairs to the floor in the past, the decision was taken to completely renew the floor of the car. They were able to find an original floor at Porsche Germany, and this was installed over a period of a several months. The floor has been installed as it left the factory with attention to detail in how it would have been painted in 1969, whilst using modern protection materials. This is a car that could be driven during the winter without fear of rust.

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    The semi-automatic transmission known as Sportomatic had a conventional synchromesh gearbox along with a torque converter and a normal clutch which was controlled by a vacuum controlled lever. Shifting gears without a clutch pedal to press resulted in very smooth changes and a more relaxed drive when compared to its manual siblings. Over the decades many of these transmissions were converted to manual transmission which means there are very few left that work as well as this one does.

    The engine has been rebuilt, with the original carbs refurbed to new. It starts first time even when laid up for long periods. It is a stunning car that is approaching 50 years of age.

    So make me an offer via PM or by contacting me on 01293226911 option 2

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    Wow that is beautiful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wallachie View Post
    Wow that is beautiful!
    You can say that again

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    Good luck. Hope you get a result on what looks to be a job well done.

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    That ace.

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    Very nice!

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    how is a Sporto like to drive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by erics View Post
    how is a Sporto like to drive?
    Actually very good - well certainly this car is (see below). It is essentially a manual gearbox without the clutch pedal. You shift just like a manual box, and the clutch is disengaged by holding the gear knob and making the shift. The only thing to remember is that if you hold the gear knob it disengages the clutch until you release or change gear.

    It depends on how good the car is set up in terms of the gearbox as there is a lot of adjustment on the actuator for the clutch itself. When the system (gearboxes) started to have issues, many people converted to manual which is actually very easy to do, hence why there are very few examples left. Fortunately I have a Porsche tech who worked on these before so he was able to rebuild and set up the system around the manual gearbox. Very reliable.

    Around town you can just stick it in second if you want and drive like that, but it operates just like a normal 4 speed manual box, which it is, without having to depress a clutch pedal.

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    Oooooooooooo - lovely, just lovely!

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