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Condition Used
Mileage 76,000 miles
Year 01-1976
Engine 2.7l
Fuel Petrol

Vehicle Details

Condition Used
Make Porsche
Model 911 2.7
Year 01-1976
Price £0
Mileage 76,000 miles
Fuel Petrol
Color Ice Green Metallic
Body Style Coupe
Transmission Manual
Doors 2
Engine 2.7l

Vehicle Description

  • Registered on 1st January 1976
  • 76,000 Miles
  • Porsche Certificate of Authenticity
  • Matching Chassis and Engine numbers

The Porsche brochure for this series leads with “Eleven years of a model development, mean eleven years of constant refinement” This beauiful Ice Green Metallic (special option paint) 911 classic is a UK registerd RHD manual coupe that  has covered just 76,000 miles and has benefitted from major internal and external body restoration in 2013 and engine work in 2021.

This 911 has a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity supporting its pedigree.

Invoices on the extensive history file go back as far as 1988 and MOT certificates support the recorded mileage.

The J Series, developed between August 1975 to July 1976, has a 6 cylinder 2.7 ltr engine with a K-Jetronic fuel injection systemt,developing 165 bhp and capable of 130mph and 0 – 60mph in 7.8 seconds. A total of 1868 J Series 911 model units were manufactured, the other 56,796 units were Targas and Tubos.

In 1974 there were significant changes over the earlier models that included chrome window surrounds and door handles, chromed headlamp rings, colour coded electric mirrors and a plastic Porsche logo between the rear tailights. Internally new high-backed seats with integrated headrests, side window defogger vents at each end of the dash.  Engine power was increased from 150bhp to 165bhp.

Our car has had circa £35k spent on restoration in 2012 and 2013 with full invoice descriptions of all the restoration work on file. The works were carried out by specialists  RS911 Porsche – Restoration and Specilaist Vehicle Restoration Ltd. Photographs of the bear metal restoration are on file.  Since 1976 Porsche 911 models had hot-dip galvanized bodies which allowed it a 6-year anti-rust guarantee.

In 2021 a top end engine rebuild was carried out by Tuthill Porsche with a £7.7k supporting invoice detail all the completed work.

The car is lovely to drive with strong compression across all cylinders. All the electrics work as they should and the internal fabric of the car and the external painwork present very well. The last service was carried in December 2018 by classic car specialist DMD Auto Services in Norfolk and was a full service replacing spark plugs, leads and filters.

Jasmine Porschalink have inspected the car and performed further remedial work where necessary.


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