Amongst the most desirable of early 911's is the 1973 911 S 2.4-litre Targa. 1973 was not only the final production year of the elegant small bumper F-series but also the only year this car was produced in right hand drive. Lending to ultra-low production numbers, just 59 RHD cars left the Stuttgart factory. Perhaps the most classically styled 911 ever produced the 911 S Targa shares many of its characteristics with the now stratospheric 2.7 RS but with a little added luxury. Featuring a free revving 2.4 litre type 911/53 engine that produces 190hp, uprated 915 gearbox, light aluminium brake calipers, vented disc brakes and a front-mounted oil cooler the 911 S models boasted exciting performance. We are proud to present this matching numbers 911 S 2.4 litre Targa Barn Find. Delivered new to the UK this example was optioned in iconic Light Yellow paintwork over black leatherette interior with Pepita Inlay, a stunning combination. Additional options from the factory included; Recaro sport seats, Koni Dampers, driver's side mirror, chrome stripping over wheel arches, tinted glass, rear wiper and the highly sought after black Porsche script along both sills. This is an exciting opportu
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