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1969 911T Comfort Package


Vehicle Information: Model: 911T; Year: 1969; Body Type: Coupe; Engine (type, size, modifications): 2.0 stock; Total Mileage: 79,000;

I recently received my Certificate of Authenticity from PCNA, and it has raised a few questions. My 69 911T has full "S" trim on the outside, the full gauge set, alloy calipers with vented rotors front and rear, red Koni struts, and 14 x 5.5 Fuchs. The Certificate lists 5 speed, tinted glass, the Comfort Package, and 15" light metal wheels as the optional equipment on my car. The first question is: Didn't the comfort package only came with 14 inch wheels, and have hydro-pneumatic struts?Question number two: What exactly did the Comfort Package consist of in 1969? Would this cover some of the above features (which I thought were optional), or would these items most likely have been added to my car over the years?I only have the car's history since 1994, so any help you could give me with this would be appreciated.

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