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For the 1970 and 1971 Porsche 911 models, changes were made that increased the performance and styling of the classic. Displacement was now increased to 2.2L, which was denoted by a 2.2 sticker in the center of the rear window, and interior alterations, such as new door handles were added. These door handles, while a small change, were designed with an internal trigger lever for improved safety in rollover accidents. This new line, often called the D-Series, also featured galvanized under-floor areas coated with PVC to make the car better resistant to corrosion and rust. In the following years, more body parts would become galvanized to further help with a previously widespread rust problem. If you’re thinking about purchasing a 1971 Porsche 911 S Coupe, you can count on more than 180 horsepower and a top speed of nearly 144mph. That’s not too shabby for a sports car from the early 1970s.
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When purchasing a 1971 Porsche 911 S Coupe, or any classic Porsche for that matter, it is always best to look for a car with a straight body and no visible defects like dents, dings or trim damage on the panels. Because all Porsches have a unit body construction meaning there is no separate frame viewing the body from a number of different angles is important. Also look for evidence of damage on the rocker panels and curb rash on the wheels. Another quick indicator that previous damage to the car has been corrected poorly is if the gas cap cover does not fit flush with the bodywork or if paint on the interior doorsills does not match the exterior. Run your fingers along the seams of the car to check for smoothness; a bumpy finish can indicate a poor aftermarket paintjob. These are just a few of the indicators to look for that may, depending on the condition you’re looking for, tell you to move on to another car. For more Buyer’s Tips like these for the 1971 Porsche 911, the team at The Beverly Hills Car Club welcomes you to contact them today!
Always eager to share their knowledge of the classic car market with others, the California classic car dealership professionals at The Beverly Hills Car Club look forward to helping you find the 1971 Porsche 911 S Coupe you desire. Whether you’re looking for a model in need of complete restoration or one ready for the showroom, connect with them today to get started. They look forward to hearing from you soon!
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