Introduced as part of the 1975 G-series 911 model line-up as a special edition to commemorate Porsche’s silver anniversary, the Jubiläum (M426) was a desirable limited edition of the venerable 911, and it was produced only for the 1975 model year. With an initial plan to build just 400 vehicles, Porsche ended up producing a total of 484 cars, all painted in the handsome Diamond Silver Metallic finish and fitted to a black and dark blue plaid and leatherette interior. Each Jubiläum came loaded with options from the Factory as standard, featuring a Blaupunkt Bamberg radio, 18-mm anti-roll bars with Koni shock absorbers, heated front and rear windows, headlamp washers, the 380-mm Carrera three-spoke steering wheel, five-speed gearbox and Fuchs alloy wheels. A commemorative metal plaque with the production number of each car was also fitted on the glovebox. However, these were customizable by the original owner, and many of them remained blank.
RM Sotheby’s – PARIS 2018 – Offered on: Wednesday, February 7, 2018