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    FS @Artcuriel --- '73 'S' Targa . . .

    VIN = 9112310757
    Eng# = 6322022
    Trans# = ?
    Prod# = ?

    '. . . This Porsche 2,4L S is one of 989 specimens produced with the specification exterior oil hatch. Delivered new in Germany, she knew three other owners including the current collector who undertook a repair in depth to make it perfectly usable and sportier, while respecting the originality of this emblematic model. The running gear has been revised (shock absorbers, brakes, tie-rods, etc.) to make it easy and considerate to drive. To perfect the whole, a serious rebuilding of the box, the bridge and the engine were carried out in order to obtain more powers while privileging the engine torque. The power thus reaches about 220hp, making it very pleasant to use for rallies. This expensive restoration was carried out by Porsche Rouen, Invoices will be provided to the future purchaser. Since then she has only covered 4500km. The last revision was carried out 200 km ago. It is very well paved with Avon tires that have not driven more than 1000 km. The owner has equipped with a tripmaster "Etrip", a car radio "Porsche Classic" (with GPS, bluetooth, hands-free phone ..), and a tracker. This 911 is a real treat to drive thanks to the sharp tuning of the chassis and undercarriages. The sound of his escape is a melody. If you covet a 2.4L S, it is obviously advisable to choose it in this type of color, so typical of the 70s. This one is 'viper green', interior equipped with Recaro seats in velvet and black imitation leather. After the 2,7L RS, the 2, 4L S is the most powerful model of classic Porsche. The one we present to you is highly recommendable as it brings together all the most desirable assets: recent refurbishment, one of the first models with oil hatch, very 70's color and targa roof.

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    Chassis No. 9112310757
    Engine No. 6322022

    - Matching numbers
    - Extensive recent restoration
    - Rare model with oil flap

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