The year 1969 marked major changes in Porsche’s chassis design and model lineup. The wheelbases of its 911 and 912 series cars were lengthened by 2.4 inches, which greatly improved drivability. The front fenders and rear-quarter wheel openings were flared slightly to accommodate wider wheels and tires. The heating and ventilating systems were upgraded from the previous year’s model, along with numerous other interior and exterior details. For the 1970 and 1971 C- and D-Series, engine displacement was increased to 2.2 liters across the range, which now included the base model 911 T, the last 911 to carry carburetors.
The magnificent 1971 Porsche 911 T 2.2 Targa featured here is finished in gorgeous dark burgundy red over black interior with a matching black removable Targa top. This exquisite 911 T has been beautifully restored and comes fitted from the factory with many desirable options including 11 S gauges, trim, and moldings. This investment-grade, matching numbers example has been beautifully restored and is ready for its next caretaker. Incredible opportunity to acquire what we believe to be one of the very best 911 Ts on the market today. Offered to the most demanding collector, investor, or enthusiast who appreciates a well-restored 911 Targa.