Except for occasional motions, the vehicle has since only received the ongoing inspections and inspections, even if he was allowed to travel only 50 km in between. We got the car a few days ago and take care of it extensively. After all, it is not uncommon to say that it has mileages of half a million miles or more without ever opening the engine!
Good prospects, if you ask us! With just over 90 km and his rust - and accident - free body, he has virtually everything in front of him!
You certainly remember what happened to the model end of the successor 964 with the classic Targas. If not, we like to remember each other briefly. The 1982 introduced Cabriolet the popular SC model series until 1983 hit like a bomb and was for some years the bestseller from the house Porsche. Right away far more numbers than the Targa. From the start. Although the Targa concept was a brilliant step, the 11er despite the best all-round visibility and continued to make 4 seats with the easily removable Targa roof to a successful fresh air convertible, it was just to make these few moves more uncomfortable, from closed to open , Over the following years, he played an increasingly minor role in the Carrera story, until he finally disappeared completely from the model program for almost three years, and came as a complete reinterpretation in 1996 with the 993 in series. Since then, the Targa was called Targa, but did not have much in common with the original concept of the removable foldable roof and the frameless side windows. Up to the model 991 the "911 Targa" an oversized glass sunroof was used, which disappeared in the opened state electrically under the rear window and let the sky shine into the vehicle interior. At the end of its construction, the 964 Targa found it very difficult to find buyers and therefore played - with the exception of certain special models - the least important role in the sales statistics of the 90s.
Let's see how it looks today. By far the most 911 Targa are already well-guarded classics with H-plates. A few short years and all the original Targas up to the 964 will have reached the longed for 30 year limit, justifiably and even more proud to wear a H-mark and like most of all classic cars only to the best weather conditions. and road conditions are performed.
From the start, uncovered from the garage, the Targa roof stowed in the trunk or in the rear seats, they are, as most Oldie-Targas are already used, mostly driven only open, which saves the owner all the steps of assembly and disassembly , In dire need of surprising weather change and the threat of rain, the roof is mounted in a minute and on you go. Otherwise, the Targa remains a permanently open car and makes so great sense again.