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1970 Porsche 911E Targa

1970 Porsche 911 E Targa

Vehicle Specifications
Stock No:
835
Year:
1970
Make:
Porsche
Model:
911E Targa
Engine No:
VIN:
9110210444
Exterior Color:
Green
Interior Color:
Black
Mileage:
23,128 miles
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Year 1970
Make Porsche
Model 911E
Type Targa
VIN 9110210444
Engine Type 911/01
Engine No ★6201193★
Engine Sequential No 10322
Gearbox Type 911/01 (5-Speed)
Gearbox No 7106015
Market Destination North America
Exterior Color “Conda Green" (Code 26)
Interior Color Black Leatherette / Houndstooth Cloth Inserts (Code 12)

Options:
-US Market Equipment
-Tinted Glass all Around
-Rear Wiper (Likely a Typo or incorrectly recorded)

-Original owner and details unknown.
-1981 car observed in Dalton, Georgia at a PCA event, painted red, with black interior and incorrect black “Cookie-Cutter” rims. Original owner, received class award in “show and shine?”

-Purchased in the Fall of 1999 by Automobile Atlanta from second owner and offered for sale by them in December of that year described as follows:

“1970 Porsche 911E Targa, Ruby-red with black interior. Excellent presentable survivor. Never rusty or damaged with original engine and gearbox. Long-term PCA owner, adult maintained and cared for.”

-Sold on October 10th, 2001 by Automobile Atlanta to Raul Rivera Rodriguez of Del Pariso, Mexico. Selling price on the invoice listed as $6,000 but actual selling price was $60,000.

-October 25th, 2001 identified as purchase date by Raul Rivera Rodriguez on Mexican importation records.

-Sale officially recorded by Automobile Atlanta on January 31st, 2002 to new owner Raul Rivera Rodriguez.

-April 25th, 2002, official record date for importation to Mexico.

-December 21st, 2007 identified on Mexican records with an actual cash value of $140,000 US dollars.

-February 24th, 2018, purchased by Emilio Cruz of Mexico City, Mexico. After his purchase, Cruz immediately had the car completely disassembled, stripped to bare metal and mechanically and cosmetically restored. Cruz's internal accounting indicates the restoration took 17 months and cost him between $165,000 and $185,000 USD. The final work was completed in January of 2020 and the car shipped to his warehouse in San Antonio, Texas

-Purchased by Symbolic International of San Diego, California on September 18ty, 2020 from Cruz.

-10-28-2020 delivered to Symbolic International.

-10-30-2020 delivered to James Millar for complete service verifications and safety checks.