Selling a 1967 Porsche 911T Soft Window Targa
The Porsche 911 would start as the widely anticipated successor to the Porsche 356 in 1964 and would become one of the most recognizable and sought-after automobiles in the world thanks to its iconic styling, performance and appeal. Over the next three decades, the Porsche 911 would outsell all other sports cars, outlast its younger counterparts, and would ultimately become the longest produced sports car in history. The 1967 Porsche 911T Soft Window Targa and Coupe models, part of the early A-Series of production, are excellent examples of the early Porsche 911. The 911T, which was considered the entry-level model of the lineup, would run alongside both the 911S and 911L. To reduce costs, the 1967 911T was fitted with an engine that produced just 110 horsepower, which was based on the engine of the other 911 models. This reduced power engine meant that it could be fitted with cheaper cast-iron cylinder heads and a simpler crankshaft design. Carburetors were also smaller. Other cost savings included fitting the car with a four-speed gearbox (although a five-speed was an option), omitting the front and rear anti-roll bars, and using solid brake discs rather than vented ones.
1967 Porsche 911T Soft Window Targa Seller’s Guide
If you’re thinking about selling a 1967 Porsche 911T Soft Window Targa, one of the concerns that educated buyers will have is the condition of the Targa top and how well it seals to protect the interior of the car from outside elements. Yes, the car is more than four decades old and it will not be perfect, but condition is directly related to value. Similarly, buyers will want to know about any rust damage to the body and chassis. You can rest assured knowing that there will be interest in your early model 911T no matter what its condition. When you’re ready to sell your 1967 Porsche 911T Soft Window Targa, the Alex Manos team would be delighted to have the opportunity to learn more about your classic and to make you an offer you can’t refuse should the car fit into their collection of classics. Backed by years of experience, their team has the resources to make you an offer on the spot and happily pays in cash. They understand the importance these cars can have to their owners and will work with you to ensure that your experience is nothing short of exceptional.
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