Car Details
1970 Porsche 911 S
£134,401.92 (€152,990.25)($165,000.00)
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Chassis # 9110300418
Engine # 6300402
Extensive Documented History From New
Numbers Matching & Original Colors Per COA
Featuring A Well Preserved Interior & Rebuilt Mechanicals
Includes Porsche COA, Books, Tools, Manuals, Spare, Jack, And Service Records
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The Porsche 911 is perhaps one of the automotive histories longest-running models. As a result, it is also a car that is continually being re-engineered, redeveloped, and improved upon generation after generation, all while keeping the classic lines and experience of the famed 911 intact. The first production model was introduced in 1964/65, but it was evident that by 1968 a change was necessary. The plan was to offer a range of models within the 911 line-up. The result by 1969 was 3 different 911’s to choose from, the T, E, and S variants of which all could be tailored for the ordering customer with a variety of interesting options. The T was the base model which by 1970 still had carburation; the E and S variants were both fuel-injected and offered additional power and a top speed over the T. The S however was the pinnacle of power for production 911 models in 1970. It offered the type 911/02 motor which produced 178HP and higher top speed than any before it. This was Porsche entering into its prime and these “long-hood” 911’s would go down in history as the most coveted and a true representation of what a 911 should be.

The example on offer, Chassis # 9110300418 offers a genuine lineage of ownership, impressive condition, and remains faithful to its original specifications. Comparing the car to the accompanying Certificate of Authenticity we can see that it sports its original colors. Additionally, it has unique options such as a 110 Liter Fuel Tank, raised front seat by 20MM and a raised steering wheel hub. Most importantly though, this “S” retains its original engine, # 6300402. Beyond the excellent presentation, there is something just as important that one doesn’t always have the opportunity to acquire when purchasing a collector car, to any degree. That something is history, and in this particular 911’s case, extremely well-documented history, on paper, from day one to current with no gaps or inconsistencies. From its original sale to its most recent oil change the lineage of who, where, what, when and even why can be clearly understood. A rarity but also a treasure not to be overlooked. As such all of this has been made available for review in the “View Documents” section of the listing, with the general overview as follows:

Owner 1 – Unknown

4/9/1970- Original delivery by Stoddard Imported Cars, Willoughby, OH. @ 50 Miles

4/29/1970- 300 Mile Periodic Maintenance by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 657 Miles

9/7/1970- 3,000 Mile Periodic Maintenance by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 6,995 Miles

11/1/1970- 6,000 Mile Periodic Maintenance by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 12,209 Miles

7/14/1971- 6,000 Mile Periodic Maintenance by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 15,825 Miles

11/17/1971- 6,000 Mile Periodic Maintenance by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 16,798 Miles

Owner 2 – Elton Motch of Gates Mills, OH

5/10/1972- 2nd Owner purchased “used” from Stoddard Imported Cars @ 19,697 Miles

10/12/1972- Remove and Replace Oil Tank + Rust Proof by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 20,016

10/20/1972- Repair Tire by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 22,500 Miles (Estimated)

8/24/1973- 24,000 Mile Major Service by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 24,228 Miles

10/24/1973- Body Work Completed As Needed by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 25,791 Miles

6/8/1974- Replace Spark Plugs by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 27,000 Miles (Estimated)

3/2/1975- General Tune-Up With Plugs and Belts by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 28,167 Miles

6/5/1976- 30,000 Mile Major Service by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 29,805 Miles

6/7/1976- 6,000 Mile Periodic Maintenance by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 29,825 Miles

6/30/1982- 6000 Mile Periodic Maintenance by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 32,095 Miles

7/1/1982- Suspension/Brakes/Clutch + More by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 32,095 Miles

8/10/1982- Body Work Completed As Needed by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 32,095 Miles

5/6/1988- Fuel Pump Replaced by Stoddard Imported Cars @ 32,100 Miles (Estimated)

Owner 3 – Dick Sattler of Milwaukee, WI

5/15/1988- 3rd Owner Purchased from Stoddard Imported Cars @ 32,500 (Estimated)

7/6/1988- 4-New Tires, Fuel System Service + More by Capitol Import Autos @ 32,971 Miles

8/2/1988- Fix Engine Oil Leaks + More by Capital Import Autos @ 33,197 Miles

8/22/1988- Remove A/c System and Repair Electrical by Capital Import Autos @ 33,365 Miles

2/17/1989- R & R Various Suspension Components by Capital Import Autos @ 33,925 Miles

5/3/1989- New CV Joints, Fuel Lines, Hoses + More by Capital Import Autos @ 34,000 Miles (Estimated)

6/4/1989- R & R Valve Covers + Fix Windshield seal by Capital Import Autos @ 34,341 Miles

Owner 4 – George Burbach of Milwaukee, WI

10/1/1990- 4th Owner Purchased from 3rd Owner @ 35,000 Miles (Estimated)

11/1/1990 – 5/29/1991 Full Engine Rebuild completed

6/30/1992- Re-Cover and Install Sport Seats

5/14/1991- Throttle Linkage R & R Leaks Fixed + by Capital Import Autos @ 37,700 Miles

5/25/1995- Major Tune-Up & Servicing of all systems @ 39,000 Miles

8/3/2012- Major Service and Sorting for sale prep by Back Racecraft, Verona, WI

Following its preparation for sale in August of 2012, the car was acquired by the current and 5th owner. A collector in PA who has enjoyed the car to the tune of adding nearly 4,000 miles since his acquisition in 2014. The car has been a participant in the Into The Sun Rally and has been enjoyed regularly with service as needed to match. Today the car reflects that of an excellent driver quality example. It is straight with nice paint, rubber and glass, a clean and highly original interior, and correctness shown throughout with no real deviation from its stock specification. The car currently has Recaro style seats fitted to it but the correct and original seats are included with the sale. Mechanically it runs strong with plenty of top-end power and no faults noted. This example shines as a good old 911S that offers usability and collectability at the same time.

Included in the sale are the original books and maintenance booklet in its pouch as well as tools, jack, spare, and a detailed maintenance record.

  • Exterior Colour Silver
  • Interior Colour Black leather
  • Drive LHD
  • Chassis Number # 9110300418