The Porsche 911S is undeniably a classic car filled with spirit. It had a 20% increase in HP over the standard 911, vented disc brakes, Koni shock absorbers, and other tweaks to make it more sought after than its predecessor. Most notable of all is just how rare this car is, with just 1,800 cars hitting the masses in the first year of production. So, when a friend just happened to mention to Nick Zabrecky of LBI Limited that he had a ’67 911S parked in his barn, you could imagine Zabrecky’s excitement.
The dusty 911S was in rough shape when Zabrecky finally got to check it out. It had a small dent in its rear, the usual rust you’d expect from sitting in a barn for however long it was there, and it badly needed a new coat of paint, to say the least. After negotiating a deal, Zabrecky was able to purchase the car from his friend with the hopes of restoring it.