At the 1963 Frankfurt Auto Show, Porsche unveiled its latest sports car, the Porsche 901. The all-new car was an evolution of Porsche's philosophy brought into the modern era. A dispute over the 901 name with Peugeot led to the 911 name we all know and love. This 1965 911 has an ultra-rare 300 series chassis number, meaning it is one of the first 911s to roll off the assembly line during the first full year of production. A literal barn find, it has its original engine and has been exactingly restored to its factory specification, making it one of the best early examples of the car that would go on to become a legend.