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911 Targa Turbo Look 491 Option RARE Beauty ONLY 2 Made!!!
Contact Jamie for more information on this beautiful car. Genuine Factory Turbo Look Car. NOT aftermarket. Option 491 Turbo Look Targa with only 2 produced in 1986 sources vary Owners Manual, tool kit, jack, spare wheel tire Fresh head service with new valve guides and valves 5k mi. on new clutch Body and Paint are very good condition Interior is very good except for small tear in rear shelf (see picture) Owned and cared for by a profession mechanic for the last 13 years No accidents Adult owned - NO track time Pampered with PRIDE of ownership This is an unmolested, well cared for time machine, it drives, feels and performs correctly. Gear box shifts great. No Syncro issues. The motor is strong and rock solid reliable. Magazine cover car and feature article car (European Car Magazine) YES, this is the actual car in the magazine. February 2002 Vol. 33 (Attached photos of actual articles) This Porsche 911 Wide Body Targa is a RARE machine - This Targa Model was the lowest in production of all the 491 Porsche models making it a desirable car to be in anyone's collection. Today, with 911 values skyrocketing, and this M491 factory widebody turbo-look Porsche represents something of a smart investment that still delivers thrilling performance that made the 911 an icon. The factory didn't build many widebody 911s, mostly because it was astronomically expensive even in Porsche terms. However, if you're going to own an '80s Carrera, you may as well get the full setup, which gives you the look of the legendary Turbo with a bit more user-friendly nature. This red coupe looks great blasting down the highway at supra-legal speeds, and it's a testament to the original build quality that the original paint still looks great.
- This is a beautiful, rare beauty that anyone would be proud to own.
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