1971 Porsche 911T

1971 Porsche 911T

VIN# 9111121718

Engine #6116540

Transmission #NR7116498

This 1971 Porsche 911T was purchased new by Dr. Mellon Fry who owned and maintained it for 38 years selling it in 2009 to Martin Foldman. Martin added the sport seats and sold it to Steve Shee in 2021. I purchased the car in June of 2023. The original invoice and all service records remain with the car. 

Porsche 911T vin# 9111121718 was originally equipped with:

  • Appearance Group $170.
  • Light Yellow Paint $200.
  • A/C with A03 $748.
  • Seat belts $45.
  • Alloy Wheels $275.
  • Antenna $45.
  • Fog lights $60.
  • 5-speed transmission $135.

According to a letter from Dr. Fry to Martin Foldman the engine was rebuilt in 1988 using ‘S’ pistons and Weber carburetors.

Prior to my purchase 6/23 the compression was tested with readings of 190-195psi for all cylinders. 

In June 2023 the car was stripped to bare metal and repainted the original color of light yellow, a new headliner installed, restored Fuchs wheels added, H-4 headlights, and a safety check and service performed. The Avon tires are dated 12/21.

The milage is 116,500 as documented by the various repair receipts.

Original books, tools, and jack are with the car.

Interested in this car?


Patrick Smiekel



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