1966 Porsche 911 S


1966 Porsche 911 S

The 911 S was introduced to increase the performance potential of the very successful 911. It had a more powerful engine along with a number of chassis enhancements that made it very desirable.

In Detail

tags911s, 2.0
submitted byRichard Owen
typeSeries Production Car
built atGermany
price $$ $7 074 USD
engineFlat 6
valvetrainSOHC
displacement1991 cc / 121.5 in³
bore80.0 mm / 3.15 in
stroke66.0 mm / 2.6 in
compression9.8:1
power134.2 kw / 180.0 bhp @ 6600 rpm
specific output90.41 bhp per litre
bhp/weight167.75 bhp per tonne
torque195.2 nm / 144.0 ft lbs @ 5200 rpm
body / frameUnit Steel
driven wheelsRear Engine / RWD
front tires165 HR 15
rear tires165 HR 15
front brakesVented Discs
front wheelsF 38.1 x 11.4 cm / 15.0 x 4.5 in
rear wheelsR 38.1 x 11.4 cm / 15.0 x 4.5 in
steeringRack & Pinion
curb weight1073 kg / 2365 lbs
wheelbase2210 mm / 87.0 in
front track1356 mm / 53.4 in
rear track1326 mm / 52.2 in
length4163 mm / 163.9 in
width1610 mm / 63.4 in
height1321 mm / 52.0 in
transmission5-Speed Manual
gear ratios3.09:1, 1.89:1, 1.32:1, 1.04:1, 0.79:1
final drive4.43:1
top speed~226.9 kph / 141.0 mph
0 – 60 mph~8.1 seconds
0 – 100 mph~20.0 seconds
0 – 1/4 mile~15.7 seconds

Auction Sales History

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1969 Porsche 911S 2.0 Coupe119300117

The Porsche Certificate of Authenticity confirms code 6809 Tangerine with a black leatherette interior – matching numbers status also confirmed. Optional equipment noted on the CoA included fog lights, tinted glass, antenna, Frankfurt radio, and even a rear tow hook! The car’s interior remains largely original with the exception of the headliner, which was replaced when the car was repainted some years back. The car’s mechanicals were refurbished around the same time.

Auction Source: 2015 Quail Lodge Auction by Bonhams

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1967 Porsche 911 S Coupe 307588S – sold for $253,000 Single-family California ownership from new until 2013. Desirable early short-wheelbase 911 S; never restored or repainted. Cosmetically original “black-plate” example. Special-order Tangerine (Blutorange) color. Includes Certificate of Authenticity, copy of factory Kardex, and original service book.
Auction Source: RM Sotheby’s Monterey 2015
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1967 Porsche 911 2.0 S 307975S – sold for $189,750 Rare Factory Options Include Desirable Electric Sunroof. Delivered New to Porsche Financier and Distributor Bernhard Blank. Single Family Ownership for Almost Three Decades Retains Matching-Numbers Engine, Books, Tools, and Records. Porsche AG performed a mechanical overhaul and cosmetic restoration on the 911 between 1984 and 1986, refinishing the car in Irish Green with tan leather upholstery.
Auction Source: The Pebble Beach Auctions 2015 by Gooding and Company

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1967 Porsche 911S 2.0 Coupe 308081S – sold for $137,500 Matching numbers example. Only two owners during its first 4+ decades. Desirable short wheelbase example. Offered with Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. First year of the highly regarded 911S.
Auction Source: The Scottsdale Auction 2015 by Bonhams
1098158-1024
1969 Porsche 911 S ‘Soft Window’ Targa 119310176 – sold for $286,000 Rare 1969 long-wheelbase Soft Window Targa. Recaro Sport seats; rear-seat delete option. Recent cosmetic restoration; exceptional mechanical condition.
Auction Source: Arizona 2015 by RM Auctions
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1967 Porsche 911S Soft-Window Targa 500100

1967 SWT Versuch with one of the two known running pre production engines. First owner factory driver Jochen Neerpasch. Engine #900054 Versuch Geliefert, received from the testing department. Car completed 12/66 the next 9 months were spent in the testing department. Matching numbers engine Kardex & COA confirmed. Car originally Light Ivory with Red leatherette. Transmission #11 not shown on Kardex, testing department. Engines prior to #900100 were for internal, experimental and for testing use, not for people. 901/02 S engine and all S performance features except rear sway bar.

Auction Source: Monterey 2014 by Mecum Auctions

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1967 Porsche 911 2.0 S Soft-Window Targa 500190S – sold for $195,250 One of Just 483 911 S Targa Models Built for 1967. First-Year 911 S and Targa. Purchased New by American Rally Champion John Buffum. Less than 300 Miles on Exceptional Nut-and-Bolt Restoration. Highly Collectible and Desirable Early Short-Wheelbase 911. Rare Soft-Window Targa. Complete with Books, Tools, Tonneau, Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, and Kardex. Ideally Suited for Concours, Shows, and Classic Touring Events.
Auction Source: The Amelia Island Auction by Gooding & Company
1075039-1024
1969 Porsche 911S Coupe – sold for $107,000 Matching numbers. Sunroof. Rust and damage free. Original Bahama Yellow.
Auction Source: The Daytime Auction in Monterey by Mecum
1060177-1024
1969 Porsche 911 2.0 S 119301416 – sold for $143,000 Restoration Overseen by Porsche National Concours Judge, Completed in Early 2013. Matching-Numbers Example Documented by Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. Extraordinary Example of the Early Performance-Tuned 911 2.0 S. Ideal for Porsche Club Concours Events. Offered with Tool Kit, Owners’ Manuals and Restoration Invoices.
Auction Source: The 2013 Amelia Island Auction by Gooding & Company
1049440
1969 Porsche 911S – sold for $82,500 New paint on solid straight original 911S with complete undercarriage detail. Correct numbers matching motor. A fabulous original 911S with an eye catching look. Original owner’s manual and Warranty book. Tool kit. Kardex build sheet.
Auction Source: 2012 Daytime Auction by Mecum
1048080

1969 Porsche 911 S Targa 119310268

Presented with just 100 miles since its completion, this professionally restored 1969 Porsche 911S Targa was assembled by an expert in early 911 Porsches at a factory dealership. Finished in bright Signal Yellow with a spotless Black interior and Black Targa top, it is a beautiful matching numbers example sporting such rare factory options as form-fitting Sport seats, tinted glass, rear wiper and vented muffler skirt. It is documented by no less than a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity and comes complete with the factory original tool kit and jack, owner’s manual and other factory literature.

Auction Source: 2012 Daytime Auction by Mecum
1015848

1969 Porsche 911S Coupé 9110300617

This original 911S from 1969 is an original European-delivery example acquired by its first owner in Italy in December 1969. Finished in its original white and black colour combination, the car has very nice body panel fit, including the doors, bonnet and boot. It retains its original, matching-numbers engine, which was completely rebuilt in 2010, as well as its dual-battery electrical system. While the car has only seen very limited use in its current ownership, the vendor reports that the car is a superb-driving 911S, with the brakes, clutch and gearbox all operating properly and the car running and driving on the button. Complete with a valid MoT (good until 9 September, 2012), a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity and an original sales brochure, it is one of the ultimate early 911s and a true driver’s car.

Auction Source: 2011 London Auction by RM
1008119

1967 Porsche 911S Soft Window Targa

The 1967 Porsche 911S Soft Window Targa presented here, with chassis number 500190, is a truly rare and highly collectible automobile. It has recently completed a fully documented, comprehensive restoration by Southern California marque specialists Classic Showcase. The Targa is reported to be both a capable show car and high speed cruiser. The body was stripped to bare metal and completely reworked, then finished to absolute perfection. The correct and original style upholstery has been fitted to the optional sport seats, and the wood steering wheel was restored to exude the same level of craftsmanship as the sleek, pristine exterior. The engine and transmission were restored including a new exhaust system. The gas tank was epoxy sealed and restored. All mechanical components were replaced or restored. The electrical components were gone through, the Bosch driving lights were restored, and a new wire loom was installed. The original Blaupunkt Frankfurt stereo with Hirschmann antenna was restored, converted to digital and even has an iPod jack. Four new tires and restored Fuchs alloy wheels have been installed. Every detail, as attested to in the accompanying restoration DVD, has been adhered to in this superb example.

Auction Source: 2011 Monterey Auction by RM

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1967 Porsche 911 S Coupe 2.0 308409S – sold for $134,750 The First Year for the 911 S. Longtime California Car. Splendid Original Color Combination. Matching-Numbers Example. Numerous First in Class Awards. Recent Engine Refurbishment by Carrera 6. Offered with Porsche CoA, Tools and Invoices. An Exceptional Short-Wheelbase 911.
Auction Source: 2011 Pebble Beach Auctions by Gooding & Compan
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1969 Porsche 911 S 2.0 Coupe

The current condition of this 911S is a credit to the previous owner, a knowledgeable Southern California Porsche enthusiast and respected PCA judge. Every three years he begins a new project with the aim of winning the Porsche Parade, an annual national meeting where the finest examples of the marque gather together to participate in judged competition.

Auction Source: 2011 Scottsdale Auction by Gooding & Company