This 1975 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa is one of approximately 174 examples produced for the US market for the model year. Power comes from a 2.7-liter flat-six paired with a 915 five-speed manual transaxle, and the car is finished in black over matching leather upholstery. Features include a removable roof panel, front and rear spoilers, a Kenwood CD stereo, gold Carrera side stripes, four-wheel disc brakes, and 15” Fuchs alloy wheels. The car was acquired by the current owner in 2021. This 911 Carrera Targa is being offered on consignment by the selling dealer in Monterey, California with an owner’s manual, Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, spare parts, service records, and a clean Oregon title.
Finished from the factory in Black (700), the car is said to have received a glass-out repaint in 2016. Gold Carrera-script side stripes and Hella H4 headlights were installed more recently, and additional exterior features include a black removable roof panel and Targa bar and front and rear spoilers. The seller notes that the roof panel material is wavy and the fog lamps are inoperable.
The 15” Fuchs alloy wheels feature Porsche crest center caps and are mounted with 205/50 front and 225/50 rear Pirelli Cinturato P7 tires that show date codes from 2018 and 2019. A space-saver spare is found in the front storage area. Braking is through four-wheel discs, and the car rides on Koni shocks.
Previously trimmed in red, the cabin has been reupholstered in black leather and houses a matching dashboard, door panels, and carpets. A Kenwood CD stereo has been installed. The seller notes that the driver’s door check strap is broken and cracks are visible in the passenger-side door jamb. An uninstalled Blaupunkt AM/FM radio is included in the sale.
A three-spoke steering wheel with a lace-up leather covering sits ahead of VDO instrumentation including a 150-mph speedometer, an 8k-rpm tachometer, analog clock, and auxiliary gauges. The five-digit odometer is believed to have rolled over once and shows 22k miles, around 500 of which have been added during current ownership.
The 2.7 liter flat-six features Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection and is said to have been rebuilt during prior ownership with pressure-fed tensioners, 930 lower valve covers, case savers, and SSI stainless-steel heat exchangers. The seller notes that the car is not fitted with a smog pump.
Engine stamping 6551561 is shown above and matches the engine number listed on the Certificate of Authenticity.
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a 915 five-speed manual transaxle. Additional photos of the underside are provided in the gallery below.
Service records from previous ownership are included in the sale.
The Certificate of Authenticity lists the factory colors, options, and serial numbers along with a build date in May 1975.
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