Selling a 1970 Porsche 911E
The C-Series of Porsche 911 production would bring about the model’s first increase in engine capacity from 2.0L to 2.2L. Achieved by increasing the cylinder bores from 80mm to 84mm, there were several other minor changes to the engine at the same time. For example, revised cylinder heads with larger valves and stronger connecting rods were now in place. With these changes, the 1970 Porsche 911E would boast approximately 155 horsepower. Perhaps the most important result of these changes, however, was the increase in torque. Furthermore, because the torque curve was flatter, the car became much easier to drive. No longer did owners have to keep the revs high to have an enjoyable and sporty driving experience. The 1970 Porsche 911E also received a larger diameter clutch to cope with all this extra power. If you’re the owner of a 1970 Porsche 911E, you likely also know about the efforts that were taken to reduce weight. For example the 911E was given aluminum central bumper sections and an aluminum compartment cover. Rust was also taken into consideration, as the examples were given a PVC underseal coating.
1970 Porsche 911E Seller’s Guide
If you’re trying to help a potential buyer authenticate your particular model as a 1970 Porsche 911E, there are also a coupe interior clues. The most significant change was that the instruments now had neoprene retaining rings around them, so they could easily be removed. Earlier 911 models used an inaccessible rear bracket. It would not be until August 1970 that the D-Series would be introduced. It would be practically identical with a few small detail changes.
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