THE 1972 911 2.4S
Since the start of 911 production back in 1964, the model received upgrade every model year. In '72 Porsche launched it best and fastest 911 ever as the 2.4s. The 2.341cc flat 6 was matched with the new 915 gearbox and delivered 190hp.
It's easily distinguished from its slower siblings because of the unique front bumper to improve stability at high speed.
In '72 (and only '72) Porsche produced 989 cars with the famous oil intake just in front of the right rear wheel. This was done to improve weight balance and thus stability. This was abandoned the following year, because it was confused with the fuel tank on multiple occasions.
INTERIOR & EXTERIOR
The interior is restored completely and still looks brand new to this day; the beige leather matching perfect with the pepita upholstery. The optional Recaro sport seats offer great support, even during a spirited drive. The car has a fully functional and period correct Blaupunkt radio. In the back you'll find the lovely bagage straps.
The body was repainted a few years ago, of course documented with loads of photos, and painted Medium Ivory. This dark white, vanilla like color looks great over the beige Pepita interior.
Paintwork is still in a very good condition.
ENGINE & MECHANICS
The engine and mechanics are in the same great condition as the rest of the car. The engine received a major service, oil change and MFI pump was fine tuned. The engine pulls great in every gear, gearchanges are smooth and swift.
Underneath you find a nice, clean and matching gearbox and engine.
This lovely example was delivered new in Germany with lots of options like Koni shocks and Recaro sport seats. After an older but thorough restoration, this car is ready for a new owner and lots of miles and smiles!