We have the pleasure to offer a beautiful early 911 survivor for sale.

The car is a coveted early example of the iconic 911 model. It was delivered on September 2nd 1965 via VW Pacific to its first owner in Buena Park, California. It then changed hands to a Mr. A. Johnson, before being laid up in a dry storage for around 30 years. It was then acquired by a further American owner and brought back to life. He eventually sold the car to a European collector, who embarked on a full mechanical rebuild at a German specialist for early 911s. This work was finished recently and is documented with invoices on file adding up to 40.000 Euro.

The car is fully matching numbers and was delivered in the rare color of Bahama yellow, which it still wears today.
The original options were: Webasto heater, tinted glass, wheel caps with crest, Blaupunkt radio, loudspeaker, antenna and phoenix tires.
Today, the car presents very well with its patinated paint and all original interior.
All mechanicals have been rebuilt and the car drives as it should.
Currently, a set of Weber caburetors is fitted in the car with an unrestored set of correct Solex carburetors accompanying the sale, as well as the tool kit, jack, hand book, Porsche COA and a copy of the Kardex.

We are more than happy to show you the car in person by appointment.



  • Rare 1965 911
  • beautifully patinated survivor
  • matching numbers
  • original bahama yellow
  • Price: 165.000 Euro


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