What is so jarring about this car is the difference between exterior and interior: the first make you think “Oh my God!”, the second make you say “Wow!”.
Indeed this is a one owner car which, unfortunately, has been use dfor two year only by the US Serviceman who bought it in Germany with a huge option list, but then parked (when he came back in US) for the last 40 years. If properly stored, this could have been a great survivor example.
Interiors are a true time capsule and they radiate originality from every screw, they could be taken as a standard for whatever restoration of a Porsche 911 of the same year. Unfortunately the body has suffered and you need to blast it to bare metal and then fix the rust cancer: incredibly, floors looks really solid. The engine too need some more than a make up, but generally this isn’t the more expensive part of the game but, at the end of the day, this is still a matching number 911E with a rare sunroof. Find it for sale here in Ravena, NY, with bidding at $50,000 and reserve met.