1967 Porsche 911 Coupe

Stock: P67-221
Current condition: SHOW-DRIVER
Performance: Weber Carbs
Transmission: Manual Transmission
Suspension: Independent
Color exterior: Silver
Color interior: Black
Mileage: 97,614
Wheels: Fluck Alloy
Tires: 195/60 R15
Brakes: Disk
Vin #: 308221
Engine #: 911966
Other 1: Alpine Radio Cassette Player

(SOLD) This Porsche has recently undergone a restoration by Classic Showcase to a Show/Driver level. The Porsche 911 was disassembled, painted, color sanded and buffed. All body parts painted separately off the car. This magnificent early 911 Porsche has received a restoration by Classic Showcase to reveal the original features and novelty of the vehicle. During the restoration process, the Porsche was disassembled, each body part was fit to the car by our body work specialists and each body part was separately painted off of the car, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous luster. The original Fluch Alloy wheels have been restored adding to the patina of this exceptional car. Our specialty craftsman from our upholstery department custom fitted, made and installed a complete new interior using the correct German materials. Brite work was re-plated and new rubber seals, new deco rubber and hardware was installed, as well as a new fuel pump. The instruments were restored and Classic Showcase performed a full mechanical service including re-building carburetors, major tune-up, valve adjustment, oil change and much more. It has received a full detail inside and out, including the undercarriage. This Porsche is a very nice original California black plate car with DVD documentation of the restoration process. It is very difficult to find these early short wheel base 911’s, especially in this condition. This is certainly for the discerning Porsche collector.


The legendary Porsche 911 is the longest production run sports car of all time. It was conceived as a successor for the highly successful Porsche 356 and from the start had high aspirations for success. Ferry Porsche's son, Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, designed the 911. When it went into production it was labeled the 901 but Peugeot had claims to the name, so to avoid infringing on their naming scheme, it was changed to 911. As a result, only a few Porsches used the 901 name. A modern classic if ever there was one, the long-running 911 arrived in 1964 as a replacement to the 356. An ideal sports car, from the beginning it was easy to drive, reasonably comfortable, and not terribly complicated. It was a work of art! A direct descendant f the Volkswagen Beetle, the Porsche AG 911 was unveiled at the 1963 Frankfurt Motor Show, where it received great press reviews for its styling alone.