Lot 957-1977 Porsche 911 S


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1977 Porsche 911S Targa Miles: 150,225 as of 8-20-2019 Have owned the vehicle since 2011. The car body is very solid, with only some minor surface rust in a few spots.  For example, the car had a bra on the hood for many years which led to peeling of the paint. Not a big issue as 1977 911’s got a full body dip in zinc galvanizing bath prior to paint. Engine: 3.0L  Continuous Injection System (C.I.S.) which was Porsche’s answer to the U.S. emission laws of the 70’s and early 80’s.  At 147,322 miles, May 2012, MaxRPM in Bremerton performed a total high end brake job, replacing all rotors, calipers, pads and springs. Also a full brake system flush. Replaced front inner, outer wheel bearings and seals.  Replaced master cylinder and new sealing washers and grommets.  Replaced the alternator and adjusted the CIS system. Full tune up with plugs, oil and filter.  The car has occasional surges during certain weather periods, due to warm up regulator issues according to MaxRPM. Smokes when it sets for several days but clears up after running and driving.  The intention was to remove CIS system and replace with carbs.  Advised at the time to not address the surging and smoking issues until the replacement was to be made. Runs strong. A new battery was installed June 2019. New trunk carpet.  The car has electric windows, mirrors, intermittent wipers. All gauges work, including the clock.  Newer radio with amplifier. Solid car, strong runner, 5 speed.