This is a very special Porsche. Here we have a 1973 Porsche 911S Targa that was ordered with the rarest options available. Delivered in Gemini Blue Metallic paint, this 911S was equipped with factory air conditioning, factory sport seats, and through-the-grill fog lights. All of this is listed on the COA, and all of them are still with the car, along with the factory manuals and tool kit. The original engine is still with the car, as are the original Fuchs 15×6 alloys, all of them dated 2/73. To cap off its history, this was famed Porsche mechanic Heinz Bade’s personal 911S, which he was in the midst of restoring when he passed away earlier this year. The car is suspended mid-restoration at this point. The engine is out of the car, and partially built as seen in the pics. The rest of the engine was carefully packed up and is now displayed on tables in the included pictures. Everything that was with the car was obtained from the estate and is displayed on tables in the included pictures. Please study the pics to see what is included, but you’ll notice that there are multiples of many items including distributors, piston/cylinder sets and powder coated sheet metal. A lot of the S-specific bits are accounted for including the red fan shroud, 39mm MFI stacks, throttle bodies, and 021 MFI Pump.
Location: Ravena, New York, United States
See listing: 1973 Porsche 911S Targa, Matching Numbers (from November 7, 2017)