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Porsche 911

In September 1963, Porsche presented the Porsche 901 at the IAA in Frankfurt as a successor to the Porsche 356. One year later, as of model year 1965, series production of the model began and it was renamed the 911 shortly thereafter.

Originally built only as a Coupé, the 911 had an integral body-frame and was powered by a new 2.0-litre flat-six engine, which initially delivered 130 hp.

As of model year 1967, the 911 was also available as a "safety cabriolet" (Targa) with permanently mounted roll-over bar and removable soft top. As of model year 1969, the wheelbase was lengthened by 57 mm, resulting in increased driving comfort and simultaneously more stable driving dynamics.

The 911 S, the first engine derivative of the 911, was also launched on the market. In the years that followed, models bearing the additional designations T, L and E were launched.

911 Targa (1967-1973)
Porsche introduced the Targa model in response to increased safety requirements for open-top vehicles in the USA. Thanks to the fixed bar, the occupants were protected from injury in the event of the vehicle overturning.

911 S (MY 1967-73)
Due to various engine modifications, the sports version of the 911 initially had a power output of 160 hp, ultimately increasing to 190 hp. In addition to superior equipment, the S model was the first 911 to be given "Fuchs" rims with their distinctive 5-spoke design.

911 T (MY 1968-73)
The "Touring" version became the new entry-level model in the 911 family, initially developing 110 hp and later 130 hp. Its equipment matched that of the four-cylinder 912 model. One of the ways in which it could be distinguished from more powerful models was the fact that it had a silver rather than a gold logo.

911 L (MY 1968)
With the introduction of the T version as the new standard model, with a less powerful engine and 4-speed manual transmission, the previous 911 was renamed the 911 L. The engine remained unchanged.

911 E (MY 1969-73)
The existing 2.0-litre engines entered their final year of construction in MY 1969 and were replaced by new 2.2-litre engines. The L version was renamed the 911 E following the introduction of the new generation of engines and delivered power outputs of between 140 hp and 165 hp.

Model versions

911 2.0 (1965-67)

Features
Bumpers with chrome-plated bumper guards; bumper guards with rubber pads as of MY 1967 // Rear lid with chrome-plated air grille // Chrome-plated horn grille // Narrow sill trims; wide as of MY 1967 // Round, chrome-plated exterior mirrors // Gold-coloured Porsche logo // Gold-coloured 911 emblem, slanted; straight and centrally mounted as of MY 1966 // Windscreen wipers lie to the right

911 2.0 Targa (1967)

Features
Bumpers featuring chrome-plated bumper guards with rubber pads // Rear lid with chrome-plated air grille // Chrome-plated horn grille // Wide sill trims // Round, chrome-plated exterior mirrors // Gold-coloured Porsche logo // Gold-coloured 911 emblem, centrally mounted // Windscreen wipers lie to the right // Targa roll-over bar made of brushed Nirosta steel // Removable soft top // Plastic, foldable rear window // Targa roll-over bar made of brushed Nirosta steel // Soft top // Plastic, foldable rear window

911 S 2.0, 911 S 2.0 Targa (1967-68)

Features
Bumpers featuring chrome-plated bumper guards with rubber pads // Rear lid with chrome-plated air grille // Chrome-plated horn grille // Wide sill trims // Round, chrome-plated exterior mirrors // Gold-coloured Porsche logo // Gold-coloured 911 S emblem, straight and centrally mounted // Windscreen wipers lie to the right; to the left as of MY 1968

Targa: Targa roll-over bar made of brushed Nirosta steel // Soft top // Plastic, foldable rear window

911 T 2.0, 911 T 2.0 Targa (1968-69)

Features
Bumpers featuring chrome-plated bumper guards with rubber pads // Rear lid with chrome-plated air grille // Chrome-plated horn grille // Wide sill trims // Round, chrome-plated exterior mirrors // Silver-coloured Porsche logo // Silver-coloured 911 T emblem, straight and centrally mounted // Windscreen wipers lie to the left

Targa: Targa roll-over bar made of brushed Nirosta steel; with side ventilation slots as of MY 1969 // Soft top // Plastic, foldable rear window, made of safety glass and fixed as of MY 1969

911 L 2.0, 911 L 2.0 Targa (1968)

Features
Bumpers featuring chrome-plated bumper guards with rubber pads // Rear lid with chrome-plated air grille // Chrome-plated horn grille // Wide sill trims // Round, chrome-plated exterior mirrors // Gold-coloured Porsche logo // Gold-coloured 911 L emblem, straight and centrally mounted // Windscreen wipers lie to the left

Targa: Targa roll-over bar made of brushed Nirosta steel // Soft top // Plastic, foldable rear window

911 E 2.0, 911 E 2.0 Targa (1969)

Features
Bumpers featuring chrome-plated bumper guards with rubber pads // Rear lid with chrome-plated air grille // Chrome-plated horn grille // Wide sill trims // Round, chrome-plated exterior mirrors // Gold-coloured Porsche logo // Gold-coloured 911 E emblem, straight and centrally mounted // Windscreen wipers lie to the left

Targa: Targa roll-over bar made of brushed Nirosta steel with side ventilation slots // Soft top // Fixed rear window made of safety glass

911 S 2.0, 911 S 2.0 Targa (1969)

Features
Bumpers featuring chrome-plated bumper guards with rubber pads // Rear lid with chrome-plated air grille // Chrome-plated horn grille // Wide sill trims // Round, chrome-plated exterior mirrors // Gold-coloured Porsche logo // Gold-coloured 911 S emblem, straight and centrally mounted // Windscreen wipers lie to the left

Targa: Targa roll-over bar made of brushed Nirosta steel with side ventilation slots // Soft top // Fixed rear window made of safety glass

911 T 2.2, 911 T 2.2 Targa (1970-71)

Features
Bumpers featuring chrome-plated bumper guards with rubber pads // Rear lid with chrome-plated air grille // Chrome-plated horn grille // Wide sill trims // Round, chrome-plated exterior mirrors // Silver-coloured Porsche logo // Silver-coloured 911 T emblem, straight and centrally mounted // Windscreen wipers lie to the left // Outer door handles with trigger lever on the inside (pistol grip handles)

Targa: Targa roll-over bar made of brushed Nirosta steel with side ventilation slots // Soft top // Fixed rear window made of safety glass

911 E 2.2, 911 E 2.2 Targa (1970-71 )

Features
Bumpers featuring chrome-plated bumper guards with rubber pads // Rear lid with chrome-plated air grille // Chrome-plated horn grille // Wide sill trims // Round, chrome-plated exterior mirrors // Gold-coloured Porsche logo // Gold-coloured 911 E emblem, straight and centrally mounted // Windscreen wipers lie to the left // Outer door handles with trigger lever on the inside (pistol grip handles)

Targa: Targa roll-over bar made of brushed Nirosta steel with side ventilation slots // Removable soft top // Fixed rear window made of safety glass

911 S 2.2, 911 S 2.2 Targa (1970-71)

Features
Bumpers featuring chrome-plated bumper guards with rubber pads // Rear lid with chrome-plated air grille // Chrome-plated horn grille // Wide sill trims // Round, chrome-plated exterior mirrors // Gold-coloured Porsche logo // Gold-coloured 911 S emblem, straight and centrally mounted // Windscreen wipers lie to the left // Outer door handles with trigger lever on the inside (pistol grip handles)

Targa: Targa roll-over bar made of brushed Nirosta steel with side ventilation slots // Soft top // Fixed rear window made of safety glass

911 T 2.4, 911 T 2.4 Targa (1972-73)

Features
Bumpers featuring chrome-plated bumper guards with rubber pads (only at the rear) // Rear lid featuring black air grille with chrome-plated 2.4 logo // Chrome-plated horn grille; black as of MY 1973 // Wide sill trims // Round, chrome-plated exterior mirrors, rectangular as of MY 1973 // Anodised black Porsche logo // Anodised black 911 T emblem, straight and centrally mounted // Windscreen wipers lie to the left // Outer door handles with trigger lever on the inside (pistol grip handles) // Oil tank cap in right rear side section

Targa: Targa roll-over bar made of brushed Nirosta steel with side ventilation slots // Soft top // Fixed rear window made of safety glass

911 E 2.4, 911 E 2.4 Targa (1972-73)

Features
Bumpers featuring chrome-plated bumper guards with rubber pads (only at the rear) // Rear lid featuring black air grille with chrome-plated 2.4 logo * Chrome-plated horn grille; black as of MY 1973 // Wide sill trims // Round, chrome-plated exterior mirrors, rectangular as of MY 1973 // Anodised black Porsche logo // Anodised black 911 E emblem, straight and centrally mounted // Windscreen wipers lie to the left // Outer door handles with trigger lever on the inside (pistol grip handles) // Oil tank cap in right rear side section

Targa: Targa roll-over bar made of brushed Nirosta steel with side ventilation slots // Removable soft top // Fixed rear window made of safety glass

911 S 2.4, 911 S 2.4 Targa (1972-73)

Features
Bumpers featuring chrome-plated bumper guards with rubber pads (only at the rear) // Rear lid featuring black air grille with chrome-plated 2.4 logo // Chrome-plated horn grille; black as of MY 1973 // Wide sill trims // Round, chrome-plated exterior mirrors, rectangular as of MY 1973 // Anodised black Porsche logo // Anodised black 911 S emblem, straight and centrally mounted // Windscreen wipers lie to the left // Outer door handles with trigger lever on the inside (pistol grip handles) // Oil tank cap in right rear side section // Plastic front spoiler

Targa: Targa roll-over bar made of brushed Nirosta steel with side ventilation slots // Soft top // Fixed rear window made of safety glass

Genuine parts & historical documents

Porsche - Genuine Parts Catalogue
Genuine Parts Catalogue
Porsche - ORIGINALE
ORIGINALE
Porsche - Historical Documents
Historical Documents

Porsche Classic Parts Explorer

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You can now quickly and easily find selected genuine parts for your classic car using the Porsche Classic Parts Explorer. Each year, some 300 reissued parts plus selected products for specific models become available online, along with all of the relevant details, of course. In addition to images and part numbers, you will find a range of useful information regarding the individual products and specific usage scenarios.

As you can imagine, there is a wealth of information available to explore. Why not begin your own tour of the Parts Explorer now and find out which reissued parts are available for your classic car. Incidentally: It is worth checking back regularly. After all, our product range is always expanding. We look forward to your visit.

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