1973 Porsche 911T (23,100 miles since new) Manhattan Trophy Winner (SOLD)

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This 1973 911T is one of the best documented, well known 911’s ever produced by Porsche. It has covered only 23,100 miles since new and is original condition.

Last shown at the 50th Porsche Parade, our 911 is best known for being the first 911 to win the Manhattan Trophy (1977) with then owners Tom and Sandy Smock. Robert Wood then purchased the T and used it for advertising his wheel business until being sold in 1984 to Greg Guffstavffon, who owned it until 2002.

Traded amongst the top private collection since, this 911 features the S appearance package with front splitter, Becker Carona AM/FM stereo, full leather sport seats and 7′ RS wheels. On of only four cars painted in Cadillac Grey Beige metallic, this 911’s paint still shows like new.


1973 Porsche 911T

VIN: 9113102657

Color: Grey Beige Metallic

Engine Typ: 911/91 Serial Number: 6134776

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1973 Porsche 911T (23,100 miles since new) Manhattan Trophy Winner (SOLD)