Selling a 1968 Porsche 911L Targa
The 1968 model-year is quite a notable year in the history of the Porsche 911 series. First and foremost, three new variations would appear: the 911L, the 911T, and the 911S. This would be the only year that the 911L would be offered; it would be replaced by the 911E the following year. The 911L, which stood for “luxury,” was basically a 911S with a normal-tuned engine. It was an up-market move for Porsche, as it sold for almost $600 more than the previous year’s 911 models. A few additional would help bring the 911L up to par for the new emissions standards in the United States as well. These additions included add-on side marker lights, which are a great way of distinguishing an American 911L from those that were sent to other markets. The 1968 Porsche 911L Targa is perhaps one of the most desired models of the line. Of course, whether you enjoy the open-air driving experience of the Targa or the traditional curvature of the Coupe is personal preference.
1968 Porsche 911L Targa Seller’s Guide
When selling a 1968 Porsche 911L Targa, it is important to provide as much information as possible to potential buyers to give them confidence in your classic. Some of the items that you should be prepared to offer are: engine and chassis numbers, restoration and maintenance receipts, ownership history, photographs, Certificate of Authenticity (if available), and any additional parts or components that may come with the sale. What is great about the classic Porsche 911 models is that buyers are looking for them in all conditions. So, whether you’ve got a restoration project that you’re unable to finish, a fully restored example in mint condition, or a barn-find that has been tucked away for decades, there is a buyer out there!
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Alex Manos and his team of classic car professionals are always in the market to add new classics to their California classic car dealership’s inventory. Renowned for offering top dollar on the spot, their team has the knowledge and resources to help you find a new home for your valued classic. Should your 1968 Porsche 911L Targa fit into their collection, they’d be happy to make you an offer you can’t refuse. Connect today to learn more.