LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1973 Porsche 911E
The 1973 model year proved to be the swan song for the much-loved long-hood second-generation Porsche 911 first introduced in 1969. The choices in 1973 were three-fold; the base 911T, the intermediate 911E and the high-horsepower 911S. In terms of sales volume, both the 911T and the 911S were the most popular choices of the buying public. However, there were those discriminating Porsche connoisseurs who appreciated the 911E for its superlative torque curve that provided faster acceleration up to 70 MPH than both the 911T and the high-performance 911S. The 911E demonstrated strong low- to mid-range torque compared to that of the 911S that found its stride in the upper RPM range past 5,000. This made the 911E a favorite among automotive journalists who often did side-by-side driving comparisons of the 911T, 911E and 911S.
Built in April 1973, this 911 E is finished in striking dark green metallic over black partial leather interior. This example retains its numbers matching 2.4 liter flat six-cylinder engine and its numbers matching 5-speed manual transmission which is extremely important to any Porsche collector. Well-equipped including air conditioning, heated rear window, forged alloy wheels, Koni shocks, stabilizer bars f/r, reinforced seat- left, rear window wiper, manual antenna- left w/ front loudspeaker & noise suppression, comfort equipment and Michelin tires. The optional “Comfort Equipment” is essentially the “S” appearance package which included the “S” front spoiler, 15x6 Fuchs wheels, and sill plates.
Included in the sale is the Porsche COA, tool roll, and jack. Rare, desirable, and commonly regarded as the best of the 2.4-liter models for road use, this 911 E is a great spec with the right equipment!