This short wheelbase 2.0 S was delivered new in February '68 at the 'Autogerma' dealer in Bologna. Today it belonged to a Porsche collection where it has a French title. With the Silver Metallic paint over black 'pepita' interior it still looks like it left the factory. It's a complete matching example!
The last 50 years the 911 turned it the most wel known sport scar in the world, with many upgrades following over the years. In '67 they received alloy Fuchs wheels and the engine was upgraded to 160hp. The top speed went up to 225km/h and on top of the leather steering wheel it received ventilated discs to aid it stopping.
In '68 the 911 received a one year interior and showed the end of the short wheel base. To this day the short wheel base is praised because of its playful handling and arguable better looks.