Yes, the 911 you see in the picture below here was in service with the traffic police from 1976 and this was also the year in which the car was delivered new to the German National Police.
Looking even more handsome than its current sibling, the 911 Targa 4S Heritage which is on sale right now.
The picture and information came from the ALLDERING classic car sales website.
DETAILS OF THIS 911. Alex 12-33, as this Targa is called, was taken into use in November 1976 by the General Traffic Service in Driebergen. After a few years of active service, the car was sold by the National Domain Service and in 2020 came into the hands of its second owner after the government, an enthusiastic perfectionist collector of National Police cars. He recognized the car immediately by the stainless steel Targa bracket without air slots on either side that was reserved for the Police cars.
The proud owner was happy with his new possession and had the car completely restored by a well-known Porsche specialist. The photos clearly show that the restoration was a success to say the least: what a beautiful car with the right details and beautiful paintwork.
Normally it is not a good sign if you have to get into a police car, but in this case we are happy to make an exception. What a beautiful interior, in very good condition but also with the beloved patina that shows the age of the car.
No damage, but here and there materials show that it was not restored last week, such as the steering wheel. The upholstery is in a very neat condition, which also applies to the door panels and the dashboard with original police accessories.
Under the hood of this Porsche 911 Targa is a slightly heavier than normal due to the megaphone, is a 165 hp 2.7 liter six-cylinder. The engine is in optimal condition due to a previous overhaul. It is simply impossible to say whether it is the original engine of the car, but the engine number is within the range that was customary at the Traffic Department.
There is certainly a chance that one of the exchange blocks has been mounted at the Traffic Department. The original 15” Hackmesser ATS wheels also deserve to be mentioned.
An original National Police Porsche 911 Targa is already very special and this is also one of the most beautiful and most complete examples that are still driving around. And the 911 does great driving around because the car is in an optimal state of maintenance.
The original blue license plates are present with the car. Also included is a statement from PON that the car was delivered to the National Police in 1976 for use on Dutch highways, photos of the car in action and an exemption from the Police to be able to drive the car, including accessories and flashing light, on Dutch roads. national roads.
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