For sale at the Classic Cars Pop-Up Store 2021 @ www.ccpu.store
EUR 150,000JPY 19,743,000BGN 293,370CZK 3,882,450DKK 1,115,400GBP 130,294HUF 53,979,000PLN 684,525RON 739,275SEK 1,524,600CHF 164,970ISK 22,440,000NOK 1,492,995HRK 1,131,975RUB 13,606,620TRY 1,496,655AUD 233,715BRL 968,955CAD 222,510CNY 1,172,010HKD 1,407,240IDR 2,613,636,000ILS 587,985INR 13,421,925KRW 201,936,000MXN 3,635,175MYR 742,230NZD 251,070PHP 8,742,900SGD 240,675THB 5,647,200ZAR 2,608,125
Offered for: EUR 150,000
This classic is currently for sale at the Classic Cars Pop-Up Store 2021 in Druten, Netherlands. Please contact us for further information. Digital live-viewings are possible upon request.
Please book an appointment on the Metropole Druten Website if you wish to have a look at the event in person.
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*Highly optioned, matching numbers 911E Targa
*Professionally restored to factory delivered specifications
*Desirable end-of-the-run 2.4-liter 911
*Shown at many PCA Concours events
*Offered with Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, books, tools and history file
The sporting 911E offered here is one of the final examples offered in the last production year for the desirable long-hood, small bumper 911. These cars are by many considered the last of the pure, original iteration of 911 design, and they benefit accordingly from all of the upgrades carried out over the nearly decade long model run.
Completed at the Zuffenhausen Porsche factory in the spring of 1973, this 911E Targa was finished, much as it appears today, with the exterior finished in sinister black, the interior trimmed in brown leatherette, and equipped for the US market. The new 911E was treated to a long list of optional equipment, including Fuchs alloy wheels, sway bars mounted both front and rear, wheel well moldings, tinted glass, an engine compartment light, fog lights, antenna, and the highly desirable sports seats.
The 911E's early history remains unclear, but the car is believed to have returned to Germany at some point in the 1990s, where it was owned by an airline pilot, possibly an American based in Germany at the time. During the late 1990s, while in Germany, the car was restored to the beautiful, factory-delivered appearance it displays today. The work performed is neatly documented in a photo album accompanying the car today. The 911 returned to the United States later, and the many subsequent PCA trophies and awards assembled in the car's history file attest to an avid PCA Porsche collector's ownership.
Today, this matching numbers 911E Targa, from the end of the final production year if the 'classic' 911, shows beautifully inside and out. Complete with a photo album of the car's restoration, as well as owners manuals and the cars Porsche-issued Certificate of Authenticity, this smart Porsche is ready for its next caretaker. With an enticing power band, excellent roadholding, and the pure, unmistakably look of the classic 911, the 2.4-liter cars are among the best ever to come out of Porsche's workshops.
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