The Porsche 911T was debuted in 1967, effectively replacing the Porsche 912 and was dubbed the Touring model of the 911 line. During this time, the staple model was renamed the 911L and a 911R, which had very limited production, was released as a lightweight racing version. The 1967 Porsche 911T Coupe was basically a 912 with a six-cylinder engine, and was also available during 1967 in the popular Targa body style. Considered the entry-level Porsche 911, the 911T offered a detuned engine to 110 horsepower, fewer equipments and a 4-speed manual transmission. Buyers particularly loved the Coupe, as it gave the sleek curvature and iconic lines that would last throughout the lifetime of the Porsche 911 brand. If you’re thinking about buying a 1967 Porsche 911T Coupe, you’ve come to the right place! The team of classic car professionals at The Beverly Hills Car Club has the knowledge, expertise and resources needed to help you find the 911T you desire.
Widely appreciated by collectors and enthusiasts as an excellent entry-level Porsche 911 classic, the 1967 Porsche 911T Coupe is a great purchase for the first-time collector. Parts are generally available and, because of large production numbers in the 911 line, can be found in both original and remanufactured condition. As with all cars of this era, you’ll want to have a thorough inspection performed to ensure you understand the overall condition of the car and damage caused by rust and corrosion. It will also behoove you to check the engine and chassis numbers against Porsche records. This is something that the Beverly Hills Car Club can assist you with. Furthermore, they can connect you with a qualified third-party mechanic in your area to help facilitate the inspection process.
When you’re ready to learn more about the 1967 Porsche 911T Coupe, please do not hesitate to contact their team today. They are standing by to be of assistance and look forward to sharing their knowledge and experience with you. In the meantime, they welcome you to browse their online inventory to view the 911T models currently in their showroom and to learn more about the classics they are expecting soon. Should you have any questions, contact their team today!
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