This 1966 Porsche 911 coupe was produced in May of 1966 and delivered from the factory in Irish Green (6606) paint with brown leatherette interior, including Pepita inserts. Power from the 2.0L flat-six engine is transmitted to the rear wheels via a five-speed transaxle.
Regional Winner of the 2021 Classic Porsche Restoration Challenge
The existing 2.0-litre engines entered their final year of construction in MY 1969 and were replaced by new 2.2-litre engines. The L version was renamed the 911 E following the introduction of the new generation of engines and delivered power outputs of between 140 hp and 165 hp.
1977 Porsche 911 Targa
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The Targa model by Porsche was created due to roll-over crash safety standards, providing the sole option for an open-top 911 for an extended period. In 1977, it marked the end of the 2.7L engine, with the S variant producing 175 horsepower when new, coupled with a 915-series 5-speed manual transmission. This specific Targa features the optional “Light Metal Wheels,” often referred to as Fuchs alloys by enthusiasts.
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