Part of what is considered the C-Series of the Porsche 911’s fifty-year production, the 1970 Porsche 911E would bring about the model’s first increase in engine capacity to 2.2L. Achieved by increasing the cylinder bores, this was a highly anticipated release at the time. The 1970 United States lineup would include the Porsche 911T, the Porsche 911S, and the Porsche 911E all of which were offered as either a Coupe or Targa. The 1970 Porsche 911E Coupe, identified by its fixed roof with fastback curvature, would now offer more than 155 horsepower and an official top speed of 137mph. Perhaps the biggest advancement, however, was the increase in torque and the flatter torque curve. This meant that the Porsche 911E Coupe was easier to drive, as the engine was more flexible. In an effort to reduce weight, aluminum central bumper sections and an engine compartment cover of the same material was introduced. Lastly, to help in preventing rust, the body was given a PVC seal. Whether you’re searching for a 1970 Porsche 911E Coupe as your occasional driver, as a model for restoration, or as a showpiece for your private collection, the team at The Beverly Hills Car Club would be delighted to assist you in your search.
Whether you’ve dreamed of owning a 1970 Porsche 911E Coupe for years or have recently found an interest in this C-Series 911 model, you’ve come to the right place to learn valuable Buyer’s Tips to help you in your search. As with all classic cars, you’ll need to evaluate your expectations for performance, your patience for old-world charms, and your budget to have the best idea of which model will work the best for your desires. One of the most important steps, however, is to ensure you have a full understanding of the condition of any potential purchase. Even if you’re looking for a 911E Coupe for restoration, having a third party inspection can reveal rust issues, authenticity issues and much, much more. Having a pre-purchase inspection can save you thousands of dollars in the long run. Asking the sellers for documentation regarding ownership history, repairs and maintenance, and restoration can also give you an excellent glimpse into the car’s history.
For more Buyer’s Tips like these for the 1970 Porsche 911E Coupe or any other American or European classic, The Beverly Hills Car Club is standing by to assist. In the meantime, they welcome you to tour their online inventory to view the Porsche 911 classics currently in their California classic car dealership and encourage you to contact them with any questions you may have. They are always just a phone call away and look forward to sharing their knowledge and experience with you. Connect today to get started!
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