1967 Porsche 911 2.0 RSOLD
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1967 Porsche 911 R Chassis no. 11899020R One of 20 production cars. The 911R model is the first pure-race 911 that Porsche ever built and this particular automobile is the last of the 20 that Porsche had built by Karl Baur coachworks of Stuttgart. This car was originally ordered for Woolworths heir and Scarab car constructor/driver, Lance Reventlow through Zipper Porsche in Beverly Hills, Ca. Reventlow cancelled his order before delivery so the car - finished in "reventlow blue", the Scarab team color - went to Vasek Polak Porsche who sold it to Porsche club event competitor Bert Olander. It then went to Jim Lipps, who used it as a daily driver. The motor failed on Mr. Lipps and he had to replaced the crankcase halves at that time (about 1970) with period new Porsche parts. The engine that is in the car now has the production number of 911/07. The next owner was Keith Bleecher, who only drove the car on the streets. Well know Porsche collector Sam Cabiglio bought the car, from Bleecher in 1977, Sam owned it for several years before selling it to the Matsuda collection of Japan. The car came back to the United States from Japan around 2001.

Reference Number 3114

as of 8/10/2006

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Car 1967 Porsche 911 2.0 R
VIN 11899020R 
Small Series  ? of 20 
Exterior / Interior Color      Blue /      Black 
Options Competition: Racing Seats
Exterior: Alloy rims, Metallic paint 
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