911 T 1970

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Simon_B PCGB Member
2018/02/21 23:18:56 (permalink)

911 T 1970

Hi there,
I wondered if anybody can tell me how rare a non sunroof 1970 T actualily is?
In addition to this, I’m looking at a Californian car which has had an engine and gearbox rebuild by Carrera Performance in Horsham and I wondered if anybody had any productive/useful feedback on them - I’m looking at potentially selling the 993 C2S for something a bit older for the next 911 experience. 
Many thanks in advance.

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    Re: 911 T 1970 2018/02/22 09:51:36 (permalink)
    Hi Simon,
    The data I have shows approx 9,000 1970 T's were produced originally, of which approx 2,500 were US models. I'm not aware of any data that shows the volume of sunroof vs non-sunroof cars from the factory in this era, but in the 9,000 volume approx 2,500 T coupes plus 2,500 Targas came out of Zuffenhausen, and a further 4,000 were built by Karmann. Clearly, not all of these are still on the road now, and of those that are, some will no longer be in original condition, but generally speaking, it will be a much rarer car than a '80's or '90's built model obviously.
    Of the '69 - '73 era cars, the T's still seem to represent the 'entry level' model, and this is reflected in the higher prices currently commanded by E's and S's. Euro cars tend to command higher prices than US cars, as do Zuffenhausen built cars over Karmann-builds.
    Hope this helps,

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    jamescharnley Guest of the Club
    Re: 911 T 1970 2018/02/22 10:32:43 (permalink)
    re carrera performance , ask on DDK as there might some members who have used them
    re Sunroof , to be honest sunroof or no sunroof has no bearing on the desirabilty or value of a T .. or in fact any early car.  Its all about condition.  Be aware though that a US 2.2T is one of the lowest horsepower engines ( 125 bhp)

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    Simon_B PCGB Member
    Re: 911 T 1970 2018/02/22 23:31:22 (permalink)
    That’s really helpful- thanks for taking the time to reply 
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