1968 PORSCHE 912 SOFT WINDOW TARGA BEAUTIFUL RESTORATION! EXTREMELY LIMITED PRODUCTION! LESS THAN 150 KNOWN TO EXIST! MATCHING #S ENGINE! FULLY DOCUMENTED WITH PORSCHE CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY! TREMENDOUS INVESTMENT POTENTIAL! TRULY A COLLECTORS DREAM!
1968 PORSCHE 912 SOFT WINDOW TARGA
Finished in classic and desired Polo Red with beautiful Black interior and matching removable Targa top. This incredible motorcar has been beautifully restored and is now ready to be driven and enjoyed! This exceptional example comes fully documented with its Porsche certificate of authenticity and original matching #s engine. We are proud to offer this investment grade soft window Targa to the most sophisticated collector, investor or enthusiast who understands and appreciates the rarity of this great classic. For those of you who are not familiar, the soft window Targa was only built in 1967 and 1968. Only the first half of 1968 was the soft window targa built before going to the hard glass rear window making this example extremely rare. With only 150 known to exist, the investment potential should grow far beyond your imagination. Bid with confidence this might just be one of the best finds on eBay! HISTORY OF THE PORSCHE 912: After years of building its commercial and racing success around the 356 models, Porsche introduced the larger, more powerful, two-liter Porsche 911 model in 1965. Maintaining the company’s success with rear-engine positioning, the all-new design provided an aerodynamic body over a revised chassis that housed a sophisticated suspension system, a more powerful flat-six engine, and a five-speed transmission. The combination was extremely powerful, making the new 911 faster and more stable at high speed than the 356 model. Feeling excluded, many Porsche fans yearned for a more affordable alternative to the 911. Buyers did not have long to wait, as in 1966 Porsche introduced the affordable 912 model with virtually the same horizontally opposed four-cylinder engine that was used in the 356 Super 90. Despite a weight penalty of 220 pounds versus the lighter 356 Super 90, the Porsche 912 achieved the identical top speed of 115 mph. Production ran from 1965 through 1969, and 912 Porsches of quality have become increasingly collectible. Today, excellent examples are few and far between, as they proved popular with people who never anticipated their future value. Throughout production, only 8%, or about 2,562 cars, were equipped with a Targa top. Nearly extinct, there are only about 150 known examples.
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This car qualifies for a
5 year / 100,000 additional Miles Powertrain Warranty!