Porsche 912 Coupe 1968 14,771 miles
Price: USD 59,500 (Negotiable) / EUR 50,000* **
(*It may vary by exchange rate.**Plus our commission 5%)
Year: 1968

Mileage: 14,771 miles

Colour: Ivory with black leather

Power: 90HP


4 speed manual transmission

Rear Drive

No accident damage to the best of our knowledge

All four corners are straight

Comes with service records, the original tools and accessories- the jack and lug nut wrench

It doesn’t come with a complete history going back to 1968

Tools are available from Porsche, and it is a complete tool kit for $600

The car runs and drives great!

Very solid and rust-free

This 1968 Porsche 912 Coupe was completed at the factory on October 19, 1967 and then shipped to California where it was sold by VW Pacific in Culver City, CA to a resident of San Bernardino. The car has been in CA its entire life and was purchased in 1997 by a resident of Rancho Cucamonga who refurbished the car during the first few years of ownership. The work began by stripping the body to bare metal and being painted Ivory. During reassembly, all exterior brightwork was either replaced, re-plated or polished when needed.
The interior was freshened during this time period and the engine was rebuilt as well. Twenty one years later (2018) the rebuilt engine had accrued 9,000 new miles and it was time for a tune-up that included the installation of Weber carburetors, a new push rod (cylinder #2), spark plugs, valve cover gaskets, an oil change, valve adjustment, new points, spark plugs and wires, distributor rotor, fuel filter and an electric fuel pump.
This 912 runs and drives well, retains its original matching numbers engine and transmission and the cosmetics are very presentable.
Thanks to a life in Southern California, the floors are original and in excellent condition.


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The seller's comments;
The photos in the link below "Under Body Photos" show the underbody of the car, and it looks rusty. But this is NOT a rusty Porsche.
It is all original and is untouched after 53 years.
The seller can clean this up, you are looking at light surface rust.
There are no holes or rust in the floor pans, closing panels, or front suspension.(This is where Porsches rust)
The seller would rather see an original untouched undercarriage to know how good it is verse having a fresh undercoat sprayed over the undercarriage.
Under Body Photos
Video of the Porsche 912 Coupe 1968