Impeccable 1967 911S Soft-Window Targa Is Selling On Bring A Trailer
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This 911 was built for the summer drives we all love.
Anyone who was around during the 1960s would likely tell you that that was an era best known for the convertible sports car. The sun was seemingly always out, beaches were filled to the brim with hot sand that burned your feet with just the right angle, and everyone was having fun. It truly was a cultural awakening for most younger people who realized just how fun cars could be. That’s exactly why in 1967 Porsche built this 911 with a convertible soft top adding tons of features to make the driving experience even more exciting.
One of the first things you’ll notice about the car is that it is bright yellow. This was probably the decision made so the car would blend in better with the personality it was made to reflect. Light, sunny, colorful, you name it and this car aims to please. It even has a removable silver target panel for if you wanted to close up the roof on less than perfect weather days. From the outside looking in, it was pretty much the perfect summer car but that’s not the only part of it that made this vehicle popular.
If you’re going to put so much emphasis on the experience of driving, thinking it better have a great power train to back it up. That’s exactly why this Porsche features a 2.0-liter flat-six engine, one that might surprise you and how well it uses its smaller displacement. On top of that features a four-speed manual trans axle which was considered extremely sought after back in that day. The truth of the matter is, there’s nothing quite like driving around a manual Porsche and you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about when you get behind the wheel of this model.
This car is being sold by the meccanicshop.com Visit their site to see this and other great cars on offer. You can also learn more about their consignment process.
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