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Fantastic Restoration*Highly Collectible*Sebring 12Hr. Participant Domani Motor Cars is proud to present this 1965 Porsche 911 Carrera finshed in Signal Red over Black leather interior. This beauty has a fantastic race pedigree and is highly colle...
Fantastic Restoration*Highly Collectible*Sebring 12Hr. Participant Domani Motor Cars is proud to present this 1965 Porsche 911 Carrera finshed in Signal Red over Black leather interior. This beauty has a fantastic race pedigree and is highly collectible. This is a solid restoration and a great investment for those looking to enjoy ownership while the value continues to climb. Get this beauty before it's too late!! By 1967 Porsche was engaged in the world of international prototype racing with full force, going from strength to strength with such giant-killers as the 904, 906 and 910 endurance racers, all of which showed up to battle Ford, Ferrari and Alfa at the 1967 Sebring 12 Hours. In the middle of this pack of Prototypen was a small contingent of production 911 coupes running in the GT2 class. This Signal Red 1965 911 coupe was part of that group, qualifying 35th on the grid with a time of 3:27.400 and finishing in 20th place overall at the hands of German co-drivers Sepp Greger and Gnter Besier. Owned by a Dr. Goodman, it was raced by Greger at Sebring 1967 and again in 1968, when it failed to finish. The car was then used by Dr. Goodman to commute to the hospital where he was a resident physician, during which time he had Porsche-Air air conditioning installed by a local Porsche dealer. After years in storage the car was complete and sound but in need of a restoration. The car is now completely restored to its 1967 Sebring configuration, including the original matching numbers 2.0 L engine complete with the original Solex 4-D downdraft carburetors, and the early 901 5-speed gearbox. The original sheet metal (including the rolled sheet steel rear wheel flares) and floor pans have been retained, as have the wood dash, wood-rimmed steering wheel and 1965 date-coded competition seat belts. The car is finished with Michelins on extra wide chrome plated steel wheels, driving lights, a competition mirror and the same number 41 it wore at Sebring in 1967. HIGHLIGHTS - Race participant Sebring 1967 wearing number 41 - Formerly owned by Dr. Goodman - Raced by Joeseph Sepp Greger of Germany in two races that year - 2.0L number matching engine - Original Solex 4-D carburetors - Original wood dash, wood steering wheel - Original sheet metal and floor pans - Porsche air system installed by dealer - Optional Webesto heater - Rolled sheet metal rear flares - Extra wide chrome plated wheels - Has the 1965 date coded comp seat belts - Still has the early 901 5-speed gearbox - Restored over several years If you are looking for a piece of Porsche history , highly collectible, well-maintained, and in a stunning condition, your search ends here! Allow us to also help arrange Enclosed Transportation of your new car directly to your home. Financing is also available. To trade your car or to purchase this car for yourself, simply call or email us today. Family owned and operated for over 35 years, we thank you for considering our vehicle and invite you to come in, call, or email our experts and experience the Domani Motors difference! Domani Motor Cars - 866-666-3362 - firstname.lastname@example.org