Few sports cars are as iconic as an impact-bumper 911 with a Targa top, particularly when finished in quintessential Guards Red. This S model benefits from many upgrades that enhance both appearance and performance. It is powered by a 3.0L flat-six transplanted from a 911SC, which was refurbished in January 2023, less than 1,500 miles ago as part of $19,000+ in recent servicing. Under prior ownership, this Targa received metal rear fender flares that create the signature Coke-bottle appearance we all love. A late-model lower front valance with integrated fog-lights was added to create some additional visual presence. All that’s needed now is a new owner to remove the Targa panel and enjoy this upgraded 911S on a spirited drive.
|Location||Fairfield, California 94534|
|VIN / Chassis||9116210722|
|Mileage||107,200 Miles Shown - TMU|
|Title Status||Clean (California)|
|Loan Status||No loan|
The seller acquired this 911S Targa in March 2023 and has added less than 1,000 of the 107,100 miles shown. A prior owner reportedly added welded-in 911SC rear fender flares, a late-model 911 G-series front lower valance with integrated fog-lights, and a 911SC rear engine lid. Subsequently, the 911 car received a re-spray in Guards Red. Included documentation details the refurbishment process for the 911SC 3.0L flat-six-cylinder engine and other components, such as an upgraded clutch and MSD 6AL ignition system. Other modifications comprise an upgraded touchscreen stereo with graphic equalizers, upgraded door speakers, a speaker enclosure replacing the rear seats, back-up camera, and more. Lower dash panels and ashtray, factory owner’s manuals, manuals for the stereo, and one key are included.
Late-model G-series 911 front lower valance with integrated fog-lights
Later-model 911SC-style rear fender flares
16" Fuchs alloy wheels
Leather front hood cover
Modified lower dash panels
Bosch voltmeter, vacuum/boost, and amp-meter gauges in place of stock radio
Eclipse and Fujitsu Ten graphic equalizers
Boss Audio touch-screen audio unit
Upgraded door speakers and a custom enclosure in place of rear seat-backs
K40 radar detector
Aftermarket window switches
Clifford alarm system
3.0L flat-six-cylinder engine from a later-model 911SC
MSD 6AL ignition system
Upgraded clutch assembly
Engine refurbishment documentation from January 2023, less than 1,500 miles ago, and totaling more than $19,800 is displayed below, with highlights listed here:
Refurbished cylinder heads
Chain tensioner update kit
Machined crankshaft with replacement main and rod bearings
Fuel distributor rebuilt
New clutch kit and flywheel
New engine and transmission mounts
An invoice detailing replacement of the tie-rod ends with upgraded components from the contemporary 911 Turbo is shown below.
Spot of discoloration on dashboard
Steering wheel leather is worn
Driver's seat outer seat-back bolster is patched
Weather stripping missing in some areas, such as between the door panel and frame
1977 model-year factory owner's manuals
Manuals for stereo and back-up camera
Lower dash panels and ashtray
A walk-around video and three driving videos are shown below.
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