Porsche's legendary 911 was introduced in 1964 as the 901. Peugeot owned the rights to the 901 name, forcing Porsche to change it to the now-famous 911. Only cars delivered to customers after January 1, 1965 would carry the new designation, and this 1964 911 is the fourth car to wear the 911 badge. These early 911s had a variety of changes made as production ramped up, resulting in nearly a hundred small differences between cars. Porsche's meticulous records show that this 911 was built on November 12, 1964, and delivered to its first owner in France. The car has had only three owners since, was configured for historic racing at one point, and has now been restored to its original state as it left the factory. With its well-documented ownership records and status as one of the earliest 911s made, this car is an important piece of the 911's 50-plus year history.