For the 1974 model year, Porsche updated the 911 in order to meet global legislative requirements on safety and emissions. The 2.4-litre engine was replaced with a larger 2.7-litre unit and instead of carburettors, fuel was delivered via K-Jetronic Bosch fuel injection. The fuel injected 2.7-litre engine produced 150 or 173 horsepower for the 911 and 911S respectively.
This 911S Targa was manufactured in 1976 and sold through a Porsche dealer in Chicago, USA. The body was finished in Peru Red with a Black removable top and the interior was trimmed in Black Leatherette with the seats upholstered in leather. This car was well-optioned and according to the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, it left the factory equipped with alloy wheels, cruise control, rear speakers, black trim (instead of standard chrome), a leather steering wheel, and fog lights.