Original Dutch Porsche 911T 2.4 Coupe
The car has been completely restored with the same specifications as the Porsche Geburtsurkunde!
It is nice to mention that the car was owned by a famous Dutchman: Rijk de Gooyer.
The car was delivered in the Netherlands in 1973. The license plate itself is from 1975. We do not know the first two years of the car.
The car has been completely restored over the years. This happened in 2002, but it seems as if time has stood still; it is a beautiful appearance.
For example, Steijn Sportscars Taxaties valued the car in 2021 at a value of 80,000 euros.
What is special is that the car is still in its original color Vipergrun (225-9-2).
And that the mounted Recaro Sportsitze left and right (409) are still mounted in new condition. Wonderfully sporty, but above all rare combination.
The car has been completely restored following the factory specifications, with a minor upgrade to the engine. For example, when the engine was overhauled (2014), camshafts with an ‘E’ were chosen. As a result, the car produces a power of approximately 170 HP. A dynamometer printout from Beek Auto Racing is present.
The engine itself is so-called: matching numbers, so it corresponds to the Porsche Geburtsurkunde.
The original yellow Dutch registration certificate is still with the car. The Porsche key card is still with the car, just like the original keys themselves!
Extensive folder of maintenance invoices available from, among others, Porsche Specialists: Erpa and The Mechanic. In addition, all MOT inspection reports are also present. And the mileage is fully registered using the National Autopas (NAP), which currently stands at 209,500.
In short, a very original F model, with a unique composition that also drives wonderfully. The steering wheel has been replaced for a Nardi. The original is no longer available.