The F series was the last of the early 911 long hoods, built from August 1972 to July 1973. The oil tank was moved back to the original location behind-the-wheel. This change was in response to complaints for the 1972 model, the gas-station attendants often filled gasoline into the oil tank.
Beginning January 1973 Bosch K-Jetronic CIS (Continuous Fuel Injection) system from Bosch was used on Type 911/91 engine, which replaced mechanical fuel injection (MFI). The CIS 2.4-liter engine produces 140 horse power @ 5,700 rpm with a 915 traditional 5-speed transmission and four wheel disc brakes. Only 1,944 K-Jetronic (CIS) fuel injection were built. Truly an amazing 911 to drive!
Offered is a very Rare 1973.5 CIS fuel injection 911T Targa in beautiful condition! Only four (4) owners, California car with full service history since new including receipts, owners manual, tools, jack and 5th Fuch spare alloy wheel. The engine has been rebuilt and runs excellent! Beautiful paint and interior with original floor pans, perfect dash & door pockets. Very desirable 911T that is a blast to drive!