Restored Silver 1975 Carrera

This Carrera has covered 82k kilometers since it was originally delivered in Holland. It underwent a restoration in 2011 which included a repaint in its original silver (#936) color and also the correction of several previously incorrect details. From the photos this looks like a very nice and well detailed Carrera. The pinstripe seat inlay fabric is from a 1977 or later Porsche as these weren't offered yet in 1975.  Otherwise the non-Sport seats are the correct type for that year. A set of rally clocks are mounted on glovebox.

Note that during the Artcurial Paris auction in 2010 the catalog specified that this Carrera had an 911/83 engine with serial number 664XXXX, which actually be a replacement engine from a 1974 Carrera. Buyers should confirm whether the engine is original or a correct type replacement as this can factory heavily into the value of a car.

Description from the seller:

One of only 518 produced for the European market Carreras. These cars are not to be confused with the U.S. spec Carreras of 74 & 75, as they carry the iconic RS engine (type 911-83) of the 73 Carrera RS from the factory. Weighing in at 1075kg the performance envelope is just like that of an RS Touring model. This particular car was sold new to Holland and is fully matching numbers. It comes with a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity issued in France. The car was recently taken to bare metal and re-sprayed to its authentic metallic silver. The wheels, undercarriage, brakes and engine are fully sorted and detailed and in wonderful shape. The interior is completely original with optional leather seats and electric pin stripe windows. The car is realy rare to find in this condition.

Offered for €95,000 (approx. $121,000 USD) by the seller.