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Once in a very great while…maybe even once in a lifetime, a very special, incredible condition, single family
owned since new, "survivor" Porsche 911 with well preserved, fantastically documented & provable history becomes
available to the market.
Year - 1970
Displacement - 2.2L
Transmission Number: 911/0107100798
Engine Number: 6105332
5 speed manual 901 Gearbox (smooth!)
Dealer installed air conditioning (cold!)
Mileage: 130, 187
The car was purchased new from the renowned Brumos Porsche Dealership in Jacksonville, Florida by Mr. Ivey on
12/12/1969. Mr. Ivey was a local electrical contractor business owner, and a very detailed perfectionist as
reflected in his record keeping. So uncommon was his attention to detail that he even kept his documented
purchasing and negotiating research from several dealerships! Then following settling the deal with Brumos, Mr.
Ivey maintained the original Dealer Transfer document, the Pre-Purchase Invoice, and even Letters of Service
Instruction, including several stamped envelopes of mailed correspondence! In all the years of dealing with
classic Porsches, we have never, and I mean never, run across a car with this much documentation and attention to
Every oil change, maintenance record, service, etc…it’s all here. Want to know how many oil changes were done
between any particular time period? Want to know if the all too important engine upgrades were accomplished? Want
to know who worked on the car and when/where? Want to confirm that Auto House of Charlotte was the Porsche
dealership that rebuilt engine and transmission at 61, 718 miles on 2/28/1981? It’s all here… Just thumb
through inches and inches of records and receipts, all meticulously preserved and maintained for the next owner’s
peace of mind and equal pride of ownership.
I purchased the car from Mr. Ivey’s son-in-law, Mr. Wildman, who had the pleasure of driving, maintaining, and
handling the sale once Mr. Ivey's health prevented him from continuing to enjoy this spectacular Porsche 911T.
Shortly after humbly accepting the car from Mr. Wildman, in February of 2016, unfortunately Mr. Ivey passed away.
His passion over his many years of Porsche ownership was readily apparent to anyone close to him, all of which were
familiar with his previous ownership of a stunning, white Porsche 356 Cabriolet originally purchased from Highland
Motors (Spartanburg, South Carolina's local dealership in the early 60’s). A copy of Mr. Ivey's obituary
provided in the documentation notes Mr. Ivey’s background and his many accomplishments as well, providing you
with some insight into this very special, original owner’s life.
As if the documentation wasn’t already beyond anything we’ve ever seen, included with this sale is also an
exclusive video interview of Mr. Dewey Nichols. Mr. Nichols was the co-owner of Highland Motors, Mr. Ivey’s
local Porsche dealer. The two gentlemen were close personal friends, and Mr. Nichols is still in contact to this
day with another now retired friend, “Mudd”, the very mechanic who serviced this car from new. “Mudd” was
even involved in the Brumos air-conditioning installation and went on to service the car during its early years
through the first 20, 000 miles or so. The video is simply incredible! In it, Mr. Nichols further describes,
validates and provides additional details regarding the extensive documentation on this wonderful 1970 911T,
including details not normally documented via invoice! Wow… The video interview also includes Mr. Ken Ward, the
Porsche Service Manager for Leroy Cannon Motors in Greenville, South Carolina who in August 13, 1971 validated
Porsche's follow-up of a paint issue with the car. Mr. Nichols also recalls the many accessories available through
Brumos such as the original, specially ordered 3-piece luggage set that I received with the car. Mr. Nichols
even validated that the local paint shop in Spartanburg, Trotters, was their Porsche dealership’s authorized
shop of choice. A picture also provided herein demonstrates that a very insignificant right fender/door scrape
occurred in the early 1980’s. Based