Chequered Flag International is pleased to offer this 1976 911S Targa in Grand Prix White with Russet leather interior. 830 miles since the last owner spent $76k plus in 2014/15 restoring it to a very high level. Coachcraft, a prestigious Porsche restorer, did an engine out repaint ($43,000). The engine was overhauled prior to the cosmetic work. Matching numbers engine and transmission. Cold A/C. Superb body and paint, fantastic leather interior, no dash cracks, nice carpets, door panels, targa top and lining. Drives superbly with great power, good syncros, clutch, etc. The 3rd owner was a PCA member who had it for 27 years. Really a great specimen all round. Comes with its Certificate of Authenticity, air pump, jack, spare and lots of receipts. Inspections encouraged. All sales AS-IS. Sales tax and license fees due if delivered in California. Visit Chequered Flag International online at chequeredflag.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 310-827-8665 today to schedule your test drive.
The original Porsche 911, with its famous and durable design, was introduced in the autumn of 1963 replacing the 356 and manufactured until 1989. The latter's rear-engined layout was retained, but the 911 switched to unitary construction for the body shell and dropped the 356's in favour of a more modern McPherson strut and trailing arm arrangement. In its original format, Porsche's single-overhead-camshaft, air-cooled flat six 1,991cc engine produced 130bhp; progressively enlarged and developed; it would eventually grow to more than three litres and, in turbo-charged form, put out well over 300bhp. The first of countless upgrades came in 1966 with the announcement of the 911S. Distinguished by its stylish Fuchs five-spoke alloy wheels, the 'S' featured a heavily revised engine producing 160bhp - an increase of 30% over the standard 911, increasing the top speed to 140mph. Other improvements included Koni shock absorbers, a front anti-roll bar and more powerful ventilated disc brakes. In 1967, Porsche introduced the 911T model and subsequently a 911E version; however the 911S was the most desirable and with only 3,174 Porsche 911S's manufactured, good quality surviving examples are
This 1970 Porsche 911S Targa is an extremely original two owner car from new. Burgundy with black interior and Fuchs wheels. It has a non-matching numbers factory replacement engine installed. It could use paint and some minor interior details. It runs and drives well and is very solid overall. A great buy at just $89,500
This 1976 911S Targa is a matching numbers example. Red with black interior. It's a good car that runs and drives well but could use minor cosmetics. Wide-body conversion. For only Orginal Price :$29,500 Discounted Price : $26,500
Great colour combination 1977 911S. The car has had a full restoration in the past which was carried out to a high standard and now boasts new German carpets, Paint and recently refurbished 16" Fuchs alloy wheels. Factory standard specification car, No sunroof, Original Fuchs wheels, Stainless steel heat exchangers and exhaust.
--Gemini Blue Metallic with Black interior with Hound’s-tooth front seat inserts and Black carpeting, Restored, Numbers Matching, Original colors, Factory sunroof, 190 BHP, 2.4 liter with Bosch mechanical injection, 5-speed “915” gearbox. This 911 was equipped with an electric sunroof, competition-oriented M409 Sport Seats and forged alloy Fuchs 6x15-inch wheels from new. Meticulously maintained, this 911 S wears its original factory color combination and has benefitted from complete restoration as well as continued maintenance since. It has most recently been owned and cared for as part of a well-known Greenwich, Connecticut collection. It has just last month received a major service and new tires. Relatively few of these S Coupes were produced in 1973; just 1,430 cars total, and only 524 of those were designated for the U.S. market. Their relative scarcity and fully evolved specification of the 1965-73 911 production run means these models are always in demand by knowledgeable Porsche enthusiasts and collectors alike. Complete with tool kit, jack, owner's manual as well as Porsche-issued Certificate of Authenticity, this beautiful 2.4 liter 911S would be a great entry in local co
(SOLD) This 1967 911S SWB Coupe was acquired in 1986 from its first owner and had been in the loving care of its last owner for over 28 years. He loved the car and enjoyed driving it in the summer months with his lovely wife. In the winter of 1989 his twins were born so that summer he wasn't able to drive the car at all as the kids were very small and he did not have any occasion to take them for a ride yet. Year after year he wasn't able to drive the car due to the fact it had been sitting for a few years and he wanted to have a mechanic check it out before putting on the road again, and the closest Porsche mechanic was about 100 miles away. The Porsche spent most of the last 24 years in an enclosed, heated barn. Today this is an extremely rare and collectible Porsche that was completed on June 9, 1967. It came from the factory with Halogen fog lights, a Blaupunkt “New York” radio, loudspeakers, and antenna. This rare and collectible Porsche comes complete with the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity and is a numbers matching car. It is one you will want to add to your collection and is able to be restored to your own wishes and desires.
(SOLD) This correct, original 1967 Porsche 911S Soft Window Targa is very rare and highly collectible. It has recently completed a fully documented, extensive, comprehensive restoration to a High End Show/Driver level by Classic Showcase. The restoration of this vehicle to a Show/Driver level included the following: Fully disassembled and documented the vehicle. Body stripped to bare metal and put on rotisserie, metal worked the body, fit all body parts and chrome, seal, primer, painted base coat, clear coat, color sand and buffed all body panels individually off the car to perfection. New rubber, seals, grommets and gaskets, all trim and brite work was replaced or re-plated. A new proper interior was fit and installed and included reupholstering the sport seats and restoring the original wood steering wheel. The engine and transmission was rebuilt, rebuilt carburetor, restored radiator, gas tank, new exhaust system was installed. All mechanical components were gone through and brought back to exact factory specifications. All electrical components were restored, serviced or replaced as needed. The original Blaupunkt AM/FM radio was restored and converted to digital. It has a new c
This 1977 Porsche 911S Coupe is a very clean driver and a rust free California car. Burgundy with tan interior and fuchs wheels. It has a very good body and wears a high quality repaint in it's original color. Very good body and very usable original interior. This was a loved car that still shows well. A great buy at just $36,500
This fully restored, first-generation 911S is a matching numbers example in its original spectacular color combination of ‘6606’ Irish Green over Brown, with Brown Houndstooth cloth inserts on the seats. The car was built for its home-market, where the Mannheim-based Islinger Porsche agency delivered it to the first owner, ex-racing driver, Mr. Wilhelm Sebastian of Weinheim, Germany. Sebastian had made a name for himself when he co-drove a Mercedes-Benz SSKL with Rudolf Caracciola to win the 1931 Mille Miglia road race. He was a factory Grand Prix driver for Auto Union in 1934, and later a mechanic for Tazio Nuvolari. With this great ownership history, the Porsche eventually made its way to the US, where it is believed to have resided in California with one owner for 25 years. In recent years, the 911S has benefitted from a comprehensive restoration to the body, paint, interior, engine, and more; more recently, the Porsche has received full cosmetic and mechanical attention by Porsche professionals at Classic Showcase of Oceanside, CA, and included a major tune-up and overhaul and setup of the Weber carburetors and distributor. The body received a wet sanding and buffing, further e