1970 Porsche 911E Targa
Finished in its original color combination of Silver Metallic with
Black upholstery according to the Certificate of Authenticity.
Excellent paint and interior. Phenomenal mechanical condition,
matching 2.2-liter Flat-Six engine paired with a 901 manual 5-speed
transmission and four-wheel disc brakes. Factory options include
Antenna with Loudspeaker & Noise Suppression, US Equipment, and
Same owner for the past 8 years, always garaged in West Los
Angeles, California. Well maintained and cared for. In March 2019,
full service was done and $13,000 was spent with TRE Motorsports
Inc. in Van Nuys, California including new clutch, new oil return
tubes, valve adjustment, new master cylinder and brake lines,
replace gearbox main shaft and shift shaft seals, install new
shifter bushings, replace accelerator link, replace all fuel hoses,
install new heat exchangers, replace exhaust studs, detail all
engine sheet metal and hardware, and replace engine oil thermostat.
The original steering wheel is being rewrapped in black leather
that is included in the sale. A great opportunity to acquire a
dialed-in 2.2L 911E is great condition!
The E was introduced in 1969 for 1970 with a new 2.2-liter engine,
and intended to be a more usable option positioned between the 911T
and 911S (Touring and Sport, respectively). Ventilated brake disks
coupled with aluminum calipers and the first iteration of the
longer wheelbase provide honest driving feedback, supporting the
popular notion that the E boasts superior road holding to its
sister T and S models. By replacing the Weber carbs with Bosch
mechanical fuel injection (MFI) the 911 "Einspritzung", German for
injection, delivers 158 BHP and is most thoroughly enjoyed in the
low range where the torque band is plentiful.