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The Porsche 911 Targa (1974) is a semi convertible car with a removable roof section and a full roll bar behind the seats. The term was first used on the 1966 Porsche 911 Targa and remains a trademark of Porsche AG. The first use of the term targa was used on the 1972 Porsche 911T. The rear window is normally fixed, but on some targa models, it is either removable or foldable, making it a convertible type vehicle. Any piece of metal or trim which rises up from the side of the car and continues in uninterruptible line over the roof and down the other side is sometimes called a targa band, targa bar or a wrapover band. Targa tops are different from t tops, which have a solid, non removable bar running between the top of the windscreen and the rear roll bar, and generally have 2 separate roof panels above the seats that fit between the window and central t-bar. This is used under the classic 911 model. It has 231hp. It features a 2.7 liter engine. It was included in the 930 series.
The Porsche 911 Targa 1974 is available in one series:
This vehicle can be acquired for R$53,000 or R$42,400 with showcase discount, with a shipping time of 4 hours. It can sometimes be bought for 42 as a 'Get it Now' price.
|0.1|| 130 mph|
|8.19 s|| 129.0 ft|
| Max PR|
| 147 mph|
|6.93 s|| 119.5 ft|
|0.98 g|| R$123,000 |
| Max PR|
| 161 mph|
|6.20 s|| 115.0 ft|
|1.05 g|| +80 |
| Top Speed|
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Or instant purchase
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For upgrades, including PR values, please see the project page Porsche 911 Targa (1974), please be aware PR values can vary, depending on the upgrade order.
- This car has the joint lowest PR in Real Racing 3 (PR 0.1 base stats), along with the NISSAN Skyline 2000 GT-R (KPGC10).
|50 Years of 911|
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