Porsche - 1977 Porsche 911 S Matching nrs
Porsche 911S 2.7L
Highly original car, about 75% original paint.
A true survivor, this 1977 Porsche 911S. Not a lot of these cars are in the pristine original condition this car is. On a lot of body parts the original metallic silver paint is still present and has a nice patina. The combination of the silver with the green tinted windows and the black trim is simply stunning. This matching number 911S was delivered new in the United States in 1977. About 3 years ago it was shipped to the Netherlands and has been there since. The last decades in the US it has been in storage and was "conserved" for a wake up at a later time!
The interior is superb, the dash, the carpet and seats are exact as they should be. No restoration will look like these beautifull original materials. The underbottom is accident free original and rust free. The innerside of the fenders are as they left the factory back in 1977. Anyone who is searching for a true original Porsche should take a look at this car.
New it was ordered by a true Porsche enthousiast ordering options like the electrical sunroof, forged Fuchs wheels, sport steering wheel, black trim and electric operated windows.
After all these years the car still was complete with all original accesoires like the toolkit, the jack, compressor and manuals including the pouch. The Porsche birth certificate confirms the engine and gearbox to be the original ones. The documentation binder contains invoices, an appraisal and some historic documents. Recently this 911 has benefit from a major service in our shop.
This car is registered in the Netherlands.
- Original manual
- Original service manual
- Original manual pouch
- Original spare wheel
- Documentation binder
In august 1973 the 911 (150 bhp), 911S (175 bhp) and the 911 Carrera (210 bhp) replaced the older T-, E-, S- and RS-models. As from model year 1974 three significant changes were made. In 1974 was the introduction of impact bumpers to conform with low speed protection requirements, these bumpers being so successfully integrated into the design that they remained unchanged for 15 years. In 1974 the engine size was increased to 2687 cc giving an increase in torque. The use of K-Jetronic CIS Bosch fuel injection in two of the three models in the line up, the 911 and 911S models, retaining the narrow rear wings of the old 2.4, now had a detuned version of the RS engine producing 150 and 175 bhp respectively.
The 911S yielded 10 bhp more than the E-model from the year before. Because the 911S model was fitted with the new injection system, the S also had a broader torque that reaches its maximum value (235 nm) at, a lower, 4000 rpm. This improved the drivability of the car considerably since the driver needed less gear changes. The gasoline consumption was improved also. In the United States there were other emission demands so the 911S models in the US had a reduced power of 165 hp.
As demand for more power continued Porsche chose for using the 3.0-liter engine of the 930 Turbo but without the turbo charger in all 911 models from 1976. This meant, unfortunately, the end of the 2.7-liter engine as it was not further developed. The 2.7 liter boxer engine remained until 1977 in production after which it was replaced by the more powerful 3.0L engine.