The seller says that it’s a preserved car: we see an interesting early 911 to restore and a lot of preserved hay wherever.
Hay apart, it’s now rarer and rarer to find swb 911 to restore: of course restoring these cars it’s not an easy job and it’s very expensive if your plans are to do a proper, specialized work. Differently from an Alfa of the same period, you can’t put these machines in the hands of the first comer: these cars hide many secrets and you should have restored a lot of 911 before thinking to be an expert.
However, the car looks complete: it has not the original engine but a 1968 S unit which, although not original, is very valuable: at last you don’t even need to replace it has it produces, when new, something around 160 hp which are enough to have a lot of fun. Interiors are coherent with the car and need a lot of cares too. Said so, let’s see if and where bids will reach the reserve price. Find it for sale here in New York, NY, with bidding at $20,000.