1977 Porsche 911S
Model year 1974 saw three significant changes on the 911 model Porsche that carried over through 1977. The engine size was increased to 2687 CC which provide increased torque. Second, new and larger impact bumpers which conformed to new US regulations with regard to low-speed protection requirements. Thirdly, the use of K-Jetronic CIS fuel injection. These changes were still in effect in 1977. The 2.7-Liter engine produced 150 HP with the S model producing 173 HP.
This beautiful rust free 911 S was purchased from the estate of a Porsche fanatic who owned and cared for it for over 20 years. It was garaged the entire time. He only drove it 8,000 miles in that time. During his ownership he did a major tune-up including plugs, oil and air filters. The valve cover gaskets were replaced. He installed a new brake master cylinder, front brakes and calipers and front/rear pads. A new fuel pump and chain tensioners were also replaced.
The car runs and drives like new. This is a one of a kind Porsche 911. It is absolutely beautiful.