Selling a 1973 Porsche 911T


1973 Porsche 911 T
1973 Porsche 911 T

The last of the Porsche 911T models would be the 1973 Porsche 911T, as well as the end of what enthusiasts and aficionados call the “middle-years” cars. A few changes would happen during this model-year, including a fender-mounted oil-filler neck being removed from the right fender and repositioned in its traditional location under the engine lid. Interestingly, in the previous 1972 model-year, the oil filler had been moved to the right rear fender. However, owners were too easily mistaking the oil-filler as the gas-cap door with disastrous consequences. During this era of production, doors also received reinforced side beams to coincide with new safety regulations put in place by the United States. Other safety measures included inertia-reel seat belts and an exhaust system manufactured of stainless steel. Perhaps the most notable change to come to the 1973 Porsche 911T would happen mid-year when a new Bosch Continuous Injection System, or CIS fuel injection system, would be added. This would be the first production application of CIS and would give the 911T more than 140 horsepower. If you’re thinking about selling a 1973 Porsche 911T, these are some of the characteristics and trivia tidbits that will attract them to your particular model.


1973 Porsche 911T Seller’s Guide

In total, it is estimated that 16,933 of the F-Series Porsche 911T models were produced during this era, making them relatively available in the market today. While the Targa option is considered the most popular, the Coupe has a strong following among buyers who appreciate the clean curvature and fastback roofline offered with that body style. When it comes time to sell your 1973 Porsche 911T, it is always best to be prepared with any documentation you have available including ownership history, maintenance and repair, or restoration documents. These items can give potential buyers great insight into the history of your classic Porsche 911T. Furthermore, you should have current photographs ready for those buyers who may be from outside of your area. Lastly, always be prepared to allow serious buyers to conduct a third party inspection, as this is the best way to ensure that all questions and issues are sorted out prior to the sale.



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These are just a few of the Seller’s Tips that the Alex Manos team of classic car professionals recommend for the 1973 Porsche 911T and other classic Porsche 911 models. A renowned California classic car dealership, their team would be delighted to learn more about your particular 911T – whether an unfinished restoration project or a pristine original. They are always in the market to add classics to their growing collection and look forward to hearing from you soon. Connect today to get started!


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