In 1967 the A-Series Porsche production line was divided into the entry-level 911T, the standard 911 L for Lux and the sporting 911S. The 911L was effectively the 911 2.0 from previous years with only very minor updates such as new door handles, a brushed aluminum dashboard, a black steering wheel and other very minor details.
1968 Porsche 911 L 11810486 – sold for $583,000 A Factory-Prepared Competition Example. One of Perhaps Just 28 Lightweight Competition Models Produced. An Exceedingly Rare and Highly Optioned Early 911. Delivered New to Racing Champion John Kelly. Single Ownership Until 2005. Fastidiously Restored and Prepared by Canepa Design. A Well-Documented Example. A Very Correct Piece, Complete with Its Original Motor. Auction Source: Gooding & Company’s 10th Anniversary 2013 Pebble Beach Auction