10 of 26 Lots

Collector Cars

Monday 29 November 2021 • Online



911 S 2.0 (Porsche), 1968

Lot subjected to VAT (if due)


€ 90.000 - 110.000

Price realized

€ 104.823

The price includes buyer's premium


chassis no. WPO00000011801170, engine no. 4081473

* Matching numbers* Completely repainted some time ago and, since then, perfectly preserved.* Rare short-wheel-base S model.* Ideal car for historic regularity races and rallies.* Mechanics maintained by Centro Porsche Brescia.* Saottini Collection.

This lot is subject to VAT.

The modelThe 911 S was presented in August 1966 and will remain in production with continuous modifications until 1969. The 911 S is equipped as standard with Fuchs light-alloy forged wheel rims with star design, a detail that will distinguish it throughout its production. In terms of bodywork, the 911S is more more prominent and has rubber protection on the bumpers. The S is equipped with a 160 HP engine with Weber carburettors , fitted with Koni shock absorbers and stabilizer bars at the front and rear. The brakes are internally ventilated, all disc and are more significant than those on the regular 911. The gearbox is five-speed, with the first in the lower-left corner. The weight of the 911 S is only 1030 kg, 50 kg less than the standard 911; that allows it to reach 221 Km / h and to shoot from 0-100Km / h in 6.8 ". Inside the S is enriched by leather, which covers the steering wheel and the upper part of the instrument panel, the latter" dominated" To the centre of the rev counter which, in the case of the S, has the red sector between 7,000-7,400 rpm. At the 1968 edition of the Rallye Monte-Carlo, a 911 T (chosen for commercial purposes, as it is cheaper) with the mechanics and set-up of the S, driven by Vic Elford, won the rally with a stunning advertising effect. The carThe Porsche 911 S, chassis no. 11801170 is one of the examples made in 1968, still with the "short" wheelbase of 2,211 meters. It comes from the cars chosen for the Saottini Collection. The kilometres marked are 92,778 km, and it is one of the 1,267 units produced. The vehicle comes with a Porsche certificate of origin, a set of studded tires and a normal one. The car was used by the Porsche center in Brescia, italy, in numerous Winter Marathons, an almost fixed presence at the winter race from 2013 to 2018; after the races, she was always "followed" by the technicians of the same Porsche center. The car was restored years ago; in the interior, the driver's seat has been replaced with another from the same period.
Agile and nervous, still with the "short" step. It comes from the cars chosen for the Saottini Collection. With low mileage, it is one of 1,267 units produced. The car comes with a Porsche certificate of origin. It has a past in numerous Winter Marathons, an almost permanent presence at the winter race from 2013 to 2018 and is potentially an ideal car for historical regularity races.


automotive@finarte.it +39 02 33638028 Text us on WhatsApp

More Lots



Centomila, 1966

Prize realized € 22.129

911 T


911 T, 1970

Estimate € 75.000 - 90.000

Starting bid € 75.000



1302, 1970

Estimate € 9.000 - 12.000

Starting bid € 8.500

2000 GT Veloce (Bertone)

Alfa Romeo

2000 GT Veloce (Bertone), 1971

Estimate € 43.000 - 47.000

Starting bid € 42.000

500 L


500 L, 1971

Prize realized € 6.406

850 Sport Spider (Bertone)


850 Sport Spider (Bertone), 1972

Estimate € 11.500 - 13.000

Starting bid € 10.500

1303 Cabriolet (Karmann)


1303 Cabriolet (Karmann), 1976

Estimate € 14.000 - 17.000

Starting bid € 13.500

Ritmo Abarth 125 TC (Abarth)


Ritmo Abarth 125 TC (Abarth), 1983

Estimate € 24.000 - 28.000

Starting bid € 23.500

Grand Wagoneer


Grand Wagoneer, 1987

Estimate € 35.000 - 45.000

Starting bid € 34.000

View more lots