Selling a 1967 Porsche 911T
Launched in 1967 and replacing the Porsche 912, the Porsche 911T was considered the entry-level model at the time of its release. At the same time, the staple model was renamed the 911L and the 911R, which had very limited production, was offered as a lightweight racing model. All in all, the 1967 Porsche 911T was nearly identical to the 912 it replaced, but offered a six-cylinder engine that was detuned to give 110 horsepower with a 4-speed manual transmission. Today, the 911T continues to be a great entry-level car, making owning classic Porsches attainable to a wide range of buyers. Whether you have a 911T in need of complete restoration or have just finished a project and are ready to sell, the Alex Manos team can assist you in assessing the current market value of your 911T. Should your model fit into their growing inventory of classics, they would be happy to make you a top dollar offer, payable in cash.
1967 Porsche 911T Seller’s Guide
As with all classics, the condition of your 1967 Porsche 911T will play a big role in its value. However, there are other factors to take into consideration, such as the availability in the marketplace, factory options, ownership history, and recent sales or auctions. To truly understand these factors, you need the help of a professional who is engrossed in the industry. Alex Manos and his team have been buying and selling classics for years and understand this market better than anyone. When you’re ready to explore the current value of your Porsche 911T, do not hesitate to contact them today. To prepare yourself for the call, please have any records or photographs available, as well as items like chassis and engine numbers if available.
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From barn finds that have been untouched for decades to restoration projects you’re unable to finish, the Alex Manos team looks for classics of all makes, models and conditions. Learn more about their California classic car dealership and explore their Seller’s tips when you browse this website. Should you have any questions about your 1967 Porsche 911T, their team is just a phone call or website inquiry away. Connect today!