Porsche would push the 911 into the 1970s with a slightly larger 2.2L version of its flat six engine. Otherwise, the 1970 Porsche 911T Coupe varied little from the 1969 model it followed. The extra displacement would boost output of the Zenith-carbureted 911T to more than 142 horsepower, while the 911E would move to 175 horsepower and the 911S to a full 200 horsepower. The new, larger engine also used new aluminum cylinder heads with large valves for greater respiration. During this time a limited-slip differential was offered as an option. Little changes were also added, like a buzzer that went off if the driver left the key in the ignition. The 1970 Porsche 911T Coupe and Targa was so great, that it continued basically unchanged through 1971. In 1972 a third-generation model would be released and featured a 2.4L engine.
If you’re thinking about buying a 1970 Porsche 911T Coupe, there are several things you’ll want to take into consideration to ensure you’re buying the best model to meet your needs. If you’re looking for a 911T Coupe as a restoration project, you’ll want to find the most complete, best condition model you can for your budget. This can save you thousands of dollars in restoration costs. You’ll also want to understand the extent of any rust or areas of rust that have been repaired in the past, as rust can be a concern for these classic 911 models. If you’re looking for a 911T Coupe for your showroom and prefer an already completed model, be sure to ask for restoration or maintenance records, as they can be key to understanding the history of the car and how it was treated over its lifetime. For more Buyer’s Tips like these, be sure to connect with The Beverly Hills Car Club. Their team of classic car professionals will be happy to assist you.
The Beverly Hills Car Club welcomes you to browse their online inventory to view the 1970 Porsche 911T Coupe models currently available in their showroom and the classics they are expecting in the coming weeks. Should you have any questions or would like to schedule a time to view any of the cars you see here, please do not hesitate to contact them today. They look forward to hearing from you and welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and business. Connect now.
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