Can be picked up in: Italy - with Italian registration - 97000 kilometres - In very good condition
|Condition:||In very good condition|
|Model Type:||911 T 2.2 Targa|
|Registration papers:||with Italian registration|
|Reserve Price:||With reserve price|
Porsche 911 T 2.2 Targa from 1969, Viper Green colour, full restoration documented, more than €60,000 spent, and accurate attention to every single detail. The car was always in Italy, in a garage, and away from ice and snow, always used with care and attention by the previous owner who was a Porsche mechanic and test driver.
The car is absolutely intact inside, shiny bodywork in very good condition, mechanics with only 97,000 km but engine with 0 km, fully redone with valid documents and inspection.
Transport option with a company specialised in national and international shipments, at buyer’s charge, upon agreement between the parties after the sale. Please note: We are not responsible for the transportation. If the vehicle will not be sold in Italy, it will take a few days to organise the transportation and to comply with the administrative requirements for the export, in accordance with the applicable laws. The vehicle will be considered “received” once picked up by the transport company. The costs for the export documents and for the transport shall be borne by buyer. These costs will be communicated after the sale according to the destination country.
This vehicle can be viewed and picked up in Galatone (Lecce), Italy.
This is a used vehicle. It is highly advisable to view the vehicle before bidding, to avoid disappointment afterwards. To arrange a viewing appointment or for more info, please contact Catawiki. Offers are excluding transport and export, unless otherwise indicated.
|Member since:||May 22, 2017|
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up from Roma (Italy). Shipping is possible by arrangement only. Costs of shipping are at the buyer's expense.
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