This full “nut & bolt” restored Porsche 911E with all matching numbers included a Porsche certificate of authentication. The 1972 Porsche 911E Sunroof Coupe with rare option group E03 (came with factory air conditioning-not included) and factory sport seats. Garaged California car with numbers-matching engine solid factory floor pans, fully restored. Nice body gaps, new leather interior done to factory specifications. Car was recently dismantled (engine removed, windows out, doors hood and deck lid removed) and taken to metal for repainting: all metal was hand-dollied and body was hand-blocked prior to painting; base clear paint in the original colour (Gold Metallic 88); wet-sanded and polished; reassembled with all-new rubbers and seals. Interior is freshly redone in brown leather (upgraded from Leatherette). Factory undercoating was thoroughly cleaned then sealed with epoxy primer for 30 years rust protection. Too many mechanical details to list. An excellent example of a rare and desirable Porsche model. This beautiful 911E car was once stolen and recovered by the California highway patrol around 25 years ago. The highway patrol put number inside the door jam, The same Vin number but on a highway patrol tag. The original factory Vin number that was stamped was ruined by whoever stole it. The owner Salvador Sierra purchased the car from an auction in the 1980's after it was recovered from being stolen. The identity of the car is verified by the engine number correlating with the Porsche COA. The Vin number has now been restored to the correct position during the restoration. Sensibly guided, this lovely “oil Klapper” 2.4T Targa is not to be missed and is a great opportunity to enjoy a classic 911 in a rising market.