Here at Oyster Cars we are extremely pleased to offer this magnificent classic Porsche 911 S.
Originally built in 1977, this Porsche left the Stuttgart factory and was exported to New York for a gentleman residing in Connecticut. Shortly after arrival at New York docks the car was treated with Ziebart Rust Prevention. Whilst in the US this car was looked after by a Porsche dealer in Connecticut and after 10 years of ownership was sold by the same dealer to its second owner , who continued the maintenance with said Porsche dealer. This owner then exported the car back to the UK in 1989 where it remained in the same ownership until circa 1992.
This particular is extremely rare being an "unrestored" example , however it did undergo a complete "glass out" respray by Williams Crawford Porsche in 2014.
This car was also featured in "9 Elf" magazine in 2013 - a copy of which is in the folder.
Being sold as part of a collection on behalf of one of our customers this car has had no expense spared throughout its entire life both mechanically and cosmetically. We have a complete folder of of service bills both in the US and UK including a photographic history of the respray.
The current owner has enjoyed this classic Porsche since then and is now looking to reduce his collection.Whilst in his care our customer has spent over £11,000 with most recent invoice in November 2019 showing a major service including gearbox at a cost of over £4,000.
The car, although MOT exempt has been tested every year. The most recent being in November 2019 where it passed with no advisories.
This car is of particular interest, not just by its extensive history folder, but the fact is an original and preserved - as opposed to restored. It is also a genuine "matching numbers" car and we have the certificate of authenticity supplied by Porsche.
The beautiful narrow Fuchs and skinny tyres coupled with polished bright work set this apart from other impact bumper models.

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