Restoration of one of the last F-model 911s from the 1970s was done by the perfectionist hand of Porsche Classic and the car will be raffled-off to a lucky member of the Porsche Club of America.
A restored 1973 Porsche 911 T Coupe will be one of the main attractions at the Porsche Club of America (PCA) parade this year as each member in attendance hopes to become its next owner.
The classic Porsche was restored by the staff at Porsche Classic in Germany, "'Made in Germany' for the second time," as the press release says. The car will be raffled-off to a lucky PCA member at the Porsche Parade in Savannah, Georgia on July 31.
The U.S.-market 911 T Coupe was found in 'pitiful' condition in California and came out of the last year of production of the F-model.
The air-cooled flat-six 2.4 liter unit comes with an output of 103 kW (140 PS / 138 bhp) giving the car a top speed of 127 mph (205 km/h). The car is finished in a classic color combination of Silver Metallic on the outside and a Black interior.
The Porsche Club of America is the largest such club in the world with over 100,000 members.
See the press release below for the full story on the restoration.