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Porsche 911/911S

For model year 1974, the body design of the Porsche 911 was comprehensively redesigned for the first time. In addition to a Coupé and a Targa version, a Cabriolet was also available as of model year 1983.

The most striking feature of this 911 generation is the raised bumper design with black plastic bellows. Between the tail lights of the G models is a red panel and a Porsche logo that is red or black, depending on the model year. The rear number plate is flanked by two large rubber buffers with integrated number plate lighting.

The raised bumpers with bellows of the G models were the result of more stringent approval regulations in the USA. With the introduction of these regulations, bumpers had to be able to absorb impacts as a result of hitting a fixed obstacle at speeds of up to 5 mph (8 km/h) without damage to the body. To meet this requirement, vehicles for the US market had the bumpers connected to the body using hydraulic impact absorbers.

For models not intended for the US market, more cost-effective impact pipes were installed instead of these hydraulic impact absorbers. These had to be replaced after a rear-end collision. However, the impact absorbers could be ordered as optional equipment.

Surrounds/door handles
The 911 and 911 S had chrome-plated window surrounds and door handles.

Wheels
The 911 and 911 S were fitted with 15" cast aluminium wheels from ATS as standard.

Exterior mirrors
The standard 911 model had chrome-plated exterior mirrors until MY 1975. As of MY 1976, larger, electrically adjustable exterior mirrors painted in the exterior colour were installed.
The 911 S only had chrome-plated exterior mirrors in MY 1974.

Engines
The standard 911 model had a flat-six engine with a displacement of 2.7 litres. This initially developed 150 hp and 165 hp as of MY 1976.
The engine of the 911 S delivered an output of 175 hp.

Headlamp rings
The headlamp rings of the 911/911 S were chrome-plated.

Model versions

911 2.7, 911 2.7 Targa (1974-75)

Features
Bumpers with black bellows // Rear lid with black air grille and anodised black 911 logo // Chrome-plated exterior mirrors // Chrome-plated window frames // Chrome-plated door handles // Chrome-plated headlamp rings // Tail-light panel with black Porsche logo

Targa: Targa roll-over bar made of brushed Nirosta steel // Rear window made of safety glass // Plastic roof; soft top initially optional, then standard again

911 S 2.7, 911 S 2.7 Targa (1974-75)

Features
Bumpers with black bellows // Chrome-plated exterior mirrors // Chrome-plated window frames; in exterior colour as of MY 1975 // Chrome-plated door handles // Chrome-plated headlamp rings // Tail-light panel with black Porsche logo

Targa: Targa roll-over bar made of brushed Nirosta steel // Rear window made of safety glass // Plastic roof

911 2.7, 911 2.7 Targa (1976-77)

Features
Bumpers with black bellows // Exterior mirrors in exterior colour, electrically adjustable // Chrome-plated window frames // Chrome-plated door handles // Chrome-plated headlamp rings // Tail-light panel with black Porsche logo

Targa: Targa roll-over bar made of brushed Nirosta steel // Rear window made of safety glass // Soft top

Genuine parts & historical documents

Porsche Classic Online Catalog
Porsche Classic Online Catalog
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Historical Documents

Porsche Classic Parts Explorer

Porsche - Search. Click. Result.

Search. Click. Result.

You can now quickly and easily find selected genuine parts for your classic car using the Porsche Classic Parts Explorer. Regardless of whether you search by model, type or model year, you can discover genuine parts and spare parts for the relevant classic car in just a few clicks. 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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Product Highlights

Porsche - Classic on the outside, high-tech on the inside.

Classic on the outside, high-tech on the inside.

Porsche Classic presents the new Radio Navigation system in a classic design. It is suitable for all classic models with a DIN1 slot, from the 911 F model to the 911 (Type 993), as well as for four and eight-cylinder vehicles, excluding the Porsche 356.

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Porsche - Balm for the soul of your classic car.

Balm for the soul of your classic car.

The relationship you have with your Porsche is something very special – and long-term relationships need special care and attention. The 17-piece Porsche Classic Car Care Set is the best way to do this. It can be used on all exterior surfaces and on all Porsche paint generations. Particularly authentic: the high-quality, classic-style storage bag with houndstooth pattern.

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Porsche - The lifeblood for your air-cooled engine.

The lifeblood for your air-cooled engine.

The new engine oils from Porsche Classic were developed for air-cooled flat-four and flat-six engines with the specific aim of meeting the demands of the 356 and 911 models (including the 993 model range). Two versions are available: 20W-50 and 10W-60. They were made to a special formula that is exclusive to Porsche classics. Engineered in Weissach. Made in Germany.

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Porsche - Exterior panelling precision.

Exterior panelling precision.

A perfect fit to the body of the car is an important aspect of the Porsche quality standard. After all, the second skin must sit like a tailor-made suit. It must be precise to the millimetre. Through a series of wide-ranging measures, the Porsche Classic experts have managed to achieve considerable improvements in the production quality of wings and side sections for the Porsche 911 (model years 1965 to 1994). This also enabled the thin-plate parts of the legendary 911 Carrera RS 2.7 - of which only 1,580 were built in total in the years 1972 and 1973 - to be relaunched for the first time.

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Porsche - The 1980s original is back!

The 1980s original is back!

Porsche Classic has relaunched the hub cap from the "Porsche Sonderwunschprogramm" (special wishes programme) of the 1980s. What makes this hub cap special is the embossed, coloured Porsche crest. This beloved genuine spare part at the centre of the Fuchs rim is now available at your Porsche Centre. Of course, with Porsche brand logo and "Made in Germany".

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Porsche - It's the small details that make a classic complete.

It's the small details that make a classic complete.

Like the Original Porsche Crest for your classic. Each Porsche embodies the fascination of the Sports Car, up to a ripe old age and down to the last detail. One of these is the Porsche Crest. Because it is so indispensable, the Original Porsche Crest has now been relaunched for the Porsche Classic models. True to the original colour, material and details, and "Made in Germany".

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