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MakePorsche

Model911 S Targa 2.2

Year1970

Cylinders6

Engine capacity2195 ccm

Power180 HP

Topspeed230 km/h

Acceleration 0-100 km/h7 sec

Weight empty1070 kg

SSC number244

Price offeredPrice on request

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Car description

* only 729 pieces built as 2.2 S Targa

* Swiss first delivery

* Rare collector's vehicle in the original "Gemini Blue Metallic"

 

History of the Porsche 911 2.2 S.

The Porsche 911, also known as the “nine eleven” or just the “eleven” for short, is probably the best-known Porsche sports car. The first 911 was presented at the IAA in Frankfurt am Main in 1963 as the successor to the Porsche 356 with the designation Porsche 901. The 911 is a typical 2 + 2-seater sports car. The first Porsche 911s are real men's cars. You do without power steering or brake booster. In the course of further developments at Porsche, the displacement grew from originally 2.0 liters in 1970 to 2.2 liters. Of course, Porsche also tested the sportiness and reliability at almost all major events and used them accordingly for advertising. Obviously the "World Champion 1969/70" sticker was on the windshield, which was supposed to demonstrate the new dominance of Porsche to all other road users.

In total, only 729 pieces of the 2.2 S Targa models were built. The pure data of this sports car is impressive. It was now 2195 cc, enough for 180 hp at 6400 revs in the S model. Top speed of 230 km / h according to the Auto Motor Sport test, the 0-100 sprint was completed in 7 seconds by this 1070 kg lightweight Porsche.

History of the offered Porsche 911 S 2.2 Targa

This Porsche was first delivered to Switzerland in 1970 in its color "Gemini Blue Metallic". A Porsche certificate is in preparation. In the 80s he came to France, where he only changed ownership from father to son. We bought this 911 S Targa from his son through an agent. The sun in the south of France didn't do the paint any good, so we decided to repaint this Porsche. In the course of this, all hardened rubbers are also replaced. Before delivery to the final customer, we will of course also check the technology, i.e. engine and transmission, chassis, axles, brakes and the electrics of a large and extended inspection in accordance with our 154 Pt. Submit service worklist. Of course, the tires are also renewed in this context. The aim is to hand over a Porsche 911 S Targa that is impeccable in all respects to the new owner. It is equipped with a 5-speed gearbox, internally ventilated disc brakes, Fuchs rims, sports seats, electric windows, radio and antenna.

Generally

This offer is subject to change and subject to prior sale. Additional services such as the new TÜV and H approval for Germany, transport worldwide, appraisals, etc. are possible for a separate expense allowance.

In our factory in Cologne-Kalk, Vietor Str. 85, 51103 Cologne, we exhibit around 80 classic sports cars. However, we ask you to register in advance by telephone. This Porsche is currently standing. still at our partner for painting.

For information about our range of services and selection of vehicles, please visit www.scuderia-sportiva-colonia.com

Vehicle data

MakePorsche

Model911 S Targa 2.2

Year1970

Body typeConvertible

Cylinders6

Engine capacity2195 ccm

Power180 HP

Topspeed230 km/h

Acceleration 0-100 km/h7 sec

Weight empty1070 kg

Gearboxmanual

Speeds5

DriveRear

Brakes frontDisc

Brakes rearDisc

Tachometer counter (read)86.000 kms

First registeredn. a.

Previous ownersn. a.

Matching numbersno

SSC number244

Exterior colourblue

Interior colourblack

Manufacturer's colour code (exterior)Gemini

Interior materialLeather

Sun roofno

Electrical windowsno

Folding topno

A/Cno

Power steeringno

Price offeredPrice on request

VAT deductableno

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