1969 Porsche 911T coupe was modified under previous ownership with an RS-style front bumper and decklid before a repaint in yellow. Power comes from a replacement 2.4L flat-six equipped with Bosch mechanical fuel injection and paired with a Type 901 five-speed manual transaxle. The car also has European-style lighting, reproduction sport seats, RS-style door panels, air conditioning, aftermarket heat exchangers, 16″ Fuchs wheels, and black Carrera-style graphics. It was acquired by the seller in April 2022, and subsequent work involved replacing the seats, battery, and fuel lines.
The car left the factory finished in black, and work performed in 2000 included replacing the decklid and front bumper with RS-style components before a glass-out repaint in yellow with black graphics. Additional exterior details include European-specification headlights, pop-out rear quarter windows, amber rear corner lights, and 2.4L badging. The seller notes misaligned panel gaps as well as paint chips on the front bumper, right-front fender, and left-side rocker panel and door. A hole is visible on the right-rear bumper.
Black 16″ Fuchs wheels have polished lips and Porsche crest center caps and are mounted with 205/55 front and 225/50 rear Kumho Ecsta Supra tires, while a full-size spare is housed in the front trunk. Stopping power is provided by four-wheel disc brakes. The rear tires are worn on the inner edges.
The reproduction front sport seats were installed under current ownership and are trimmed in black vinyl with corduroy inserts. Additional appointments include RS-style door panels, salt-and-pepper carpets, fold-down rear seats, hand-crank windows, a lockable glove compartment, and air conditioning. A section of the front trunk carpet is missing.
The four-spoke steering wheel fronts VDO instrumentation consisting of a centrally mounted tachometer with a 6,800-rpm redline, a 150-mph speedometer, an analog clock, and gauges for fuel level and oil pressure.