Introducing the 1975 Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 Coupe, which became the nameplate at the auction held in July.
The first owner of this 911 was George Solhan, an officer of the United States Marine Corps. Surprisingly, he owned the car until 2013. It sold 57,887 miles when Solhan sold it to its current owner and has been carefully maintained at a special shop in Washington.
Options include an electric sunroof, fog lights, a Pioneer car stereo set, and a Nardi wooden gear shift knob. It has been lowered to a European height and is equipped with a new shock absorber, suspension bush, and alternator.
Includes original window sticker, invoice, new detailed maintenance records including original warranty card and maintenance logbook kept by original owner, factory manual, two keys, air compressor, and toolset.
The exterior coating is almost original, but the left rear part was re-sprayed in 1976 due to a minor accident, so some shavings remain. The interior is in very good condition but the roofliner is dirty. It will be the best Porsche to run.