Porsche 911 2.4S Targa RHD
Now in stock at Specialist Cars Of Malton we have this breathtaking 1973 Porsche 911 2.4S Targa finished in summer yellow. The car has been cherished and undergone a full nut and bolt restoration.
This car is a matching numbers car, original right-hand drive UK 2.4S registered on the 23rd March 1973 and was purchased by the long term owner just prior to the vendor some 30 years ago. The odometer shows miles and documents substantiate it to be a warranted 135,000.
From 1999-2010 this stunning 911 was subject to a full nut and bolt restoration and bare metal re-spray in its original color of ‘hellgelb’ by Moto Technique in Sussex. The black leatherette recaros were and the salt and pepper carpets replaced. the engine and gearbox were completely rebuilt by BS Motorsport in Westcott Buckinghamshire and since then has covered a mere 1500 miles.
Supplied with a detailed and comprehensive history containing original invoices, photographic evidence of the restoration, the original books and spare keys this car is a true investment and should not be ignored at today’s guide price.
The 1973 Porsche 911S represented a pinnacle of Porsche’s Sports car programmed in the early 1970s. The 1973 S was fitted with the final development of the free revving 2.4 litre type 911/53 engine producing 190BHP. The transmission also benefited from the 915 gearbox which was stronger and offered an improved gear change. The aero package was improved by fitting front valance spoiler which reduced the front end lifting. Coupled with Porsche’s total domination of the world sports car championship and Steve McQueen’s endorsement in the film Le Mans they do no wrong with the now iconic 1973 911’s and it derivatives.