This beautiful 911 has some nice options such as alloy wheels, stabilizer bars (front and rear), antenna, speaker and ‘comfort pack’.
The car comes with the original toolkit and birth certificate.
The car can be viewed by appointment.
In 1963 Porsche brought the successor of the 356 on the market. At that time still with type indication 901, but soon this had to change to 911. This created the most iconic sports car ever.
Over the years the model range was enlarged. In addition to the ‘basic’ 911 with a 2.0L strong 6-cylinder engine – good for 130 hp – several versions were available. The standard ‘T’ (110 HP), the comfort model ‘E’ (155 HP) or the Super ‘S’ (160 HP).
In the following years the engine capacity grew from 2.0 to 2.2 and 2.4 litres. The power went up to 125, or 130hp for the 911T, 165hp for the 911E and even 180 or 190hp for the legendary ‘S’.
In 1967 the Targa was introduced to the market as a ‘safety cabriolet’ with a permanently mounted rollbar and removable soft-top. In this version, Porsche combined the feeling of a convertible with the security of a rollbar. The first types – called softwindow – had a removable plastic rear window, but from 1969 a fixed glass rear window was delivered. In the same model year, the wheelbase was increased by 57mm, resulting in improved driving comfort.