1967 Porsche 911S Soft Window Targa
|Performance:||2 liter engine, Weber carburetors|
|Suspension:||Koni Struts in the front and Koni Shocks in the rear|
|Features:||Bosch H4 Headlights, Sport Seats, original Blaupunkt AM/FM radio converted to digital, Fog Lights, Wooden Steering Wheel|
|Mileage:||100 since restoration|
|Wheels:||5 Fluch wheels|
(SOLD) This correct, original 1967 Porsche 911S Soft Window Targa is very rare and highly collectible. It has recently completed a fully documented, extensive, comprehensive restoration to a High End Show/Driver level by Classic Showcase. The restoration of this vehicle to a Show/Driver level included the following: Fully disassembled and documented the vehicle. Body stripped to bare metal and put on rotisserie, metal worked the body, fit all body parts and chrome, seal, primer, painted base coat, clear coat, color sand and buffed all body panels individually off the car to perfection. New rubber, seals, grommets and gaskets, all trim and brite work was replaced or re-plated. A new proper interior was fit and installed and included reupholstering the sport seats and restoring the original wood steering wheel. The engine and transmission was rebuilt, rebuilt carburetor, restored radiator, gas tank, new exhaust system was installed. All mechanical components were gone through and brought back to exact factory specifications. All electrical components were restored, serviced or replaced as needed. The original Blaupunkt AM/FM radio was restored and converted to digital. It has a new correct wire harness and a new correct windshield. The instruments were restored and re-silk screened. A DVD of the restoration will accompany the vehicle. This is a California car with its small pink slip This is truly one of the best Targas available in the world today and is ready for the discerning Porsche collector.
Targa top, targa for short, is a semi-convertible car body style with a removable roof section and a full width roll bar behind the seats. The rear window can be fixed or removable, making it a convertible-type vehicle. In 1967 the Targa (meaning "shield" in Italian) version was introduced as a "stop gap" model. The Targa had a stainless steel-clad roll bar, as Porsche had, at one point, thought that the NHTSA would outlaw fully open convertibles in the US, an important market for the 911. There were less than 500 of these vehicles manufactured from the factory, and even fewer still in existence today.