The car’s paint measures as near all original. Every panel on the vehicle reads between 3.5-7 millimeters except for a small area on the driver side rear quarter panel where there is evidence of a small blend, with the paint measuring as thick as 9 millimeters in that area.
Upon arrival at CPR, this Targa underwent a complete bumper-to-bumper inspection, during which we addressed a few small items we found that needed attention. The car also received a full service, including all fluids, an MFI tune, and fresh batteries.
Porsche factory Tangerine is one of the most desirable colors to be found on an early 911, and this example being a 1972 model makes it all the more desirable. If you are in the market for a highly preserved, turn-key long-hood 911 Targa, this is a must-see and must drive example.