1975 Porsche 911 2.7 MFI Carrera Targa

  • Price
    182 571 EUR169 000 GBP (listed)
  • Model
    Porsche 911 2.7 MFI Carrera Targa
  • Year
    1975 February
  • Condition
    Used
  • Color
    Red
  • Body Type
    Cabriolet / Roadster
  • Fuel Type
    Petrol
  • Power
    n/a
  • Mileage
    199,559 km (124,000 miles)
  • ID
    #2145
  • Price
    169 000 GBP
  • Address
    Hale Garage, Hale Rd, Hale, Liverpool L24 5RB, UK
  • Country
    United Kingdom
  • Published
    about 2 years
Tech 9 Motorsport Ltd - Porsche Specialist
Tech 9 Motorsport Ltd - Porsche Specialist
Hale Garage, Hale Rd, Hale, Liverpool L24 5RB, UKtech-9.co.uk1 Car

Classic Porsche 911 for Sale

Registered : February 1975

Chassis Number : 9115610125

Engine number : 6650445

Gearbox Number : 7850424

Factory Options :

Guards Red G8V9

Black Leather seats, inlays perforated

M288 Headlamp washers

M401 15” 7J and 8J Fuchs alloys

M423 outside mirror drivers side plain

M425 Rear wiper

M436 Folding Targa top

M473 Front and rear spoilers

M568 Tinted windows

M652 Intermittent wiper control

M446 Chrome trim parts

M474 Bilstein

M462 Carrera lettering black on doors

In 1975, if you wanted to order a Porsche 911 Targa, then the 210bhp Mechanical Injected Carrera version, sat at the pinnacle of the model range

Launched right in the middle of the oil crisis, the Carrera was a very expensive car. Just two years prior, a RHD 1973 model 911RS Lightweight (M471) ordered through Porsche Cars GB would have cost £5826. Just two years later, when new, this Carrera Targa would have cost the owner in the region of £10,397 plus options !

A RHD MFI Carrera, is a rare machine, especially to find in good condition, having endured the British weather for the past 40 years

We think this Targa version, with just 6 UK RHD H-Series examples ever supplied, is probably right up there as one of THE BEST RHD EXAMPLES IN THE WORLD. Having been cherished throughout its life, previously owned by enthusiasts and Porsche Club GB members, that’s a testament to this car that’s covered just 125.000 miles from new, fully documented with extensive service history and MOT records (back to early 1980’s)

This particular example is one that ooses patina, history and sublime detail. Only a car that has been cherished throughout its life carries so many important period details, correctly detailed as denoted by its factory delivery specification

Confirmed by the Porsche CoA as being numbers matching (engine and gearbox), the engine has been rebuilt and detailed to perfection. It benefits from a new stainless steel exhaust system, mated to an original Bischoff final silencer that has been ceramic coated for cosmetic durability.

The intake system is all original, the throttle bodies carry the date stamping and the MFI fuel pump is the correct date and type (019) as originally delivered.

The original numbers matching 915 gearbox is very good mechanically

The wheels are considered original and the correct ‘period’ date stamped 74. They have been refinished to the ’74 spec’ petalled finish to the highest standard, wrapped in a set of period looking Avon CR6ZZ tyres

The interior is in remarkable original condition, the original vinyl dash and trim panels remain, this car was optioned with Leather seats, the special leather used in period remains in remarkable condition and contrasts the original period Blue/Black leatherette of the rear seats

The combination of Guards Red, with the Chrome window trims and stainless steel roll-hoop is a rare find for this model year. Most cars delivered were optioned with Black trim, as its possible that in 1975, the Chrome was considered ‘dated’, but we think it looks just right, and not a combination that we have seen before for this model year

The vehicle includes the ’75 drivers manual, in its original document folder with service directory book. A complete toolkit with jack and correct period air compressor, complete the detail items included in the sale

So, to summarise, a hugely collectible, super rare example (one of 6 UK RHD models), that is a real survivor and ready to be enjoyed by the next custodian

  • VIN
  • Color
    Red
  • Metallic
    No
  • Engine
  • Engine Number
  • Chassis Number
  • Gearbox
    Manual
  • Steering Wheel
    Right-hand drive (RHD)
  • Drive Wheels
    Rear wheel drive (RWD)
  • 1st Reg. Country
  • Doors
    2/3
  • Interior Color
    Black
  • Leather Seats
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