The Porsche 911 S 2.4 Targa offered for sale, was delivered to Verona, Italy on the 11th of April 1973. In 1986 the car was registered to Mrs. Gabriella Ugolini in Milan, who sold the car to the presumably 3rd owner to Neukirchen, Germany in 2011. In 2018 the next and last change of ownership took place within Germany, to Bavaria.
In 2012, the car was fully restored by a German company. The restoration was documented photographically and shows the sensational substance of the vehicle. Actually, it is a pity that it was not left original. Both visually and technically, the car is immaculate.
During the restoration it was important to keep the car in its original colour combination. Thus, the Targa matching numbers and colours.
In 2012, with a mileage of 21,215 km, a maintenance booklet was created, which was stamped throughout until 2021. In addition, from 2012 all TÜV reports and maintenance invoices are available. Really a first-class Targa which offers a lot of driving fun but also represents a safe investment.
The first 911 to roll off the production line in 1964 was the so-called Urmodell (original model) with a 2-liter six-cylinder boxer engine presented at the 1963 IAA.
After three years, the model series was extended by a more powerful model, the 911 S.
In this sportier version, the almost identical engine delivered an output of 118 kW (160 hp).
In 1969, the displacement of all engines was increased from 1991 cc to 2195 cc (2.2 liters). Two years later, there was a further increase in displacement to 2341 cc (2.4 liters).
The power output of the engines increased accordingly, so that the top model, the 911 S, now produced 140 kW (190 hp) on the road.
In 1972, the 911 S was the fastest production car built in Germany, with an acceleration from 0-100 km/h of 7.0 seconds and was capable of a top speed of 230 km/h. As the 2.4 S Targa, a total of only 1894 units were built exclusively in 1972.