1972 porsche 911s targa




1972 porsche 911s targa

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    1972 porsche 911s targa

    1972 porsche 911s targa

    The original paint is still very bright and shiny but there are some rough spots rear fenders rubbed on too-large tires, LF fender had some rust, there are hood dings, etc. The dry-sump oil tank was moved ahead of the right-rear wheelhouse to provide better balance. It was available either as a coupe or a Targa. In , Porsche also introduced the M option. In a tremendous effort was made to improve the handling of the

    1972 porsche 911s targa

    1972 porsche 911s targa

    1972 porsche 911s targa

    1972 porsche 911s targa

    1972 porsche 911s targa

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    This is my S Targa, I bought it in It is all original - paint, interior, top, etc, etc. Most people would have restored it but I prefer leaving it original. The original paint is still very bright and shiny but there are some rough spots rear fenders rubbed on too-large tires, LF fender had some rust, there are hood dings, etc.

    About , miles, driven 20, dry miles in the last 15 years, with about miles per year the last five years. It was never hit but the LR fender has a crease from parking. It is very rust free; The floor, battery boxes, suspension pans, and undercarriage are immaculate. Also the paint is a bit blistered on the rear fenders from rubbing when I temporarily installed 16" wheels on the back because the normal tires went flat from sitting.

    1972 porsche 911s targa

    The interior is very clean except the original rugs and floormats, which are worn. The dash is perfect this is very rare, no cracks near the speaker!

    The targa top is the foldable version. The outer skin is fine, but the headliner could use replacing. The best part of the car is the color - a gorgeous light sky blue that I could not find in the USA factory manuals' color codes The Cardex says, Paint to sample, not recorded , but the paint code is on the plaque in the driver's door jam. This color should make the car more valuable to collectors. If it were a '72 Fender Stratocaster, it would be worth about twice as much as a standard color, and several times more than a repainted model.

    1972 porsche 911s targa

    The car was delivered in Germany and came here in ' The '72S was a 'world' car so no modifications were needed to meet US regulations except lights and lenses, I put Euro H4 lights back on and have US spec black trim signal lenses. I have the original German Pflegepass, and "Betriebsanleitung" operating manual with early owner and service history.

    This car could be made into a concours winner or track car, or keep it as-is for an extremely reliable street car and fun stock autocross car. I only took it on the track twice and it was a handful with too much power for the stock suspension.

    But it is fine for autocrossing - was fastest of any stock class car in the 2 Porsche parades I entered and only one Improved car beat it Boston and Lake Placid. In early a Porsche fan saw this car on my web site and though I was not actively selling it we came to an agreeable price and now it has a new home and will be driven more.

    1972 porsche 911s targa



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