In 1966, Porsche flexed their muscles and introduced the more powerful 911S with the Type 901/02 engine with a power output of 160 PS (120 kW; 160 hp). Forged aluminum alloy wheels from Fuchsfelge, with a 5-spoke design, were offered for the first time and suddenly the world’s motor-press was awake. It’s been said that from the so called classis range: 911, 911E, 911L, 911S, 911T with this particular model as “the one to have” but, I guess that can be said of many of the Baden-Würtemberg Stuttgart models. But it is probably 911 in its purest form; its sleek lines and unfussy, almost easygoing looks have been turning heads the world over for decades and will continue to do so. This beautifully, original example was initially registered in Italy on the 25th of April 1968 where it had two previous owners. Exported to Austria in 2011, it was then in the safe hands of the world renowned Porsche expert, Herr Dr Georg Konradsheim. Some 18 months later, the car is sold to a famous German collector who has had the car ever since. German Historical registration was completed in 2013 and the car has been registered and regularly driven ever since. It is an incredible survivor and presents its original 41,981 kilometers in authentic style and panache. Chassis number 11800983 would grace any Porsche collection with pride.