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Make / Model: Porsche / 911 T
Title Status: N/A
Exerior Color: Green
Interior Color: Black
Year: 1971
Mileage: 0
Engine: Transmission: Manual
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Seller Type: Dealer – Russo And Steele

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Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale August 13th – 15th, 2015 at Russo and Steele’s 15th Annual Monterey, California Auction. Please contact us for more information. By the mid-1950s, Porsche’s groundbreaking 356 rapidly approached its development limits and in particular, its air-cooled four-cylinder engine limited Porsche’s racing aspirations to class, but not overall, victories. The 356’s eventual successor, internally code-named “Technical Project 7” or simply “T7”, began with sketches by Ferdinand Porsche’s grandson F.A. “Butzi” Porsche in 1959 predicting a larger, more comfortable and powerful new model. Aerodynamics were improved by longtime Porsche staffer Josef Mickl. A new “flat” six-cylinder engine was designed, tested, and developed under Ferdinand Piech and Hanz Mezger, and Helmuth Bott developed the new MacPherson-strut front suspension. Testing of the new car commenced in November 1962 at Porsche’s new Weissach facility and the following September, the “901” debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Following Peugeot’s objections, claiming it alone held the legal rights to all three-digit numeric car names with zeroes in the middle, a simple change heralded the “911” model designation. The 911’s sporting credentials were soon confirmed during the 1965 Monte Carlo Rally, with a 911 piloted by Peter Falk and Herbert Linge finishing in fifth. “Quick” Vic Elford took victory with a 911 there in 1968. By the early 1970s, the GT-class 911 replaced the monstrous 917 prototypes of Le Mans fame as the cornerstone of Porsche’s racing program. While the 911 “S” and “E” carried higher power ratings, the 911T was a surprisingly strong performer with a remarkably wide and usable power band. Acceleration from rest to 60 mph was achieved in just 8.0 seconds and top speed approached 130 mph. In contrast to the relatively high-strung 911S, Road & Track testers also found the 911T delivered exceptional drivabili






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