Selling a 1968 Porsche 911 S Coupe
Having spent the more than seventeen years of its life manufacturing the Porsche 356, by the mid 1960s Porsche enthusiasts were ready for something new; something to excite their senses. While Porsche had released the 356 Carrera briefly, it was no answer for mass-production and growing demand in the American market. Enter the Porsche 911. First developed under the internal type number “901,” the Porsche 911 was evolutionary of the 356, but gave buyers better visibility, a more comfortable cabin and a new 2.0L flat six-cylinder engine that was capable of producing 40 more horsepower than its Porsche 356 predecessor. Porsche would take it even a step further by offering the 1968 Porsche 911 S Coupe, which would bring increase power to 180hp via a combination of special tuning. Due to strict safety and emissions standards that were being released in America, the 1968 Porsche 911 S was only offered to the European market during this year. I would return to the market the following year.
1968 Porsche 911 S Coupe Seller’s Guide
If you’re thinking about selling your 1968 Porsche 911 S Coupe, the Alex Manos team invites you to contact them today to begin discussions about your specific model. Having helped countless clients with the purchase and sale of classics over the years, the Alex Manos team of California classic car dealership professionals is always looking for unique and sought-after models of all makes and conditions to add to their inventory. Whether you’ve got a 1968 Porsche 911 S model in need of complete restoration, a barn find that has been sitting untouched for decades, or you’ve recently inherited a 911 you’re not sure you know what to do with, let their team be your guide.
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One of the most important factors to selling these 1968 Porsche 911 S Coupe models is rust, as it was quite prevalent in these models. Rust will play a large roll in not only the condition of your classic, but also your value. Secondly, because the 911S was not offered in the U.S. during 1968, many of the models during this year are right-hand drive. This can be a selling feature to some. When you’re ready to learn more and want to discuss your options, the Alex Manos team is standing by. Connect with them today to get started! They look forward to hearing from you soon.