A colleague of mine at kiska found this car a few years ago and after a small photoshoot we got to talking about it’s history.
Despite looking like a wreck, this is one of the most desired classic 911’s amongst collectors because it’s a ’72 2.4S, which was the only year with the oil filler cap on the right rear quarter panel.
The story behind it’s demise and rediscovery is a bit of a mystery. In 1976 it was put in a barn with only 48k KM on it. It was left there until 1986 at which point it was moved outside. Soon after this a tree fell on it and crushed it. My colleague found the car in Milan in 2008 in a terrible state along with the passport of this mysterious girl still in the glove box. The girl who owned it was only 18 when she got it and nobody knows what happened to her or why she hid the car away in the garage.