With the new concept, Porsche was responding to increased safety requirements for open-top cars in the American market, countering voices calling for cabriolets to be completely banned in the United States. When deciding on a name for the model, consideration was given to race tracks where Porsche has been particularly successful, quickly leading to Targa Florio – the road race in Sicily where Porsche has enjoyed great motorsport success since the mid 1950s. For a short while, “911 Flori” was under discussion, until Head of Domestic Sales Harald Wagner stumbled on the answer by asking the question: “Why don‘t we just call it Targa?” The Italian term also means “number plate”, but legend has it that this only came to light when the copywriters were working on the sales brochure. In August 1965, Porsche applied for a patent for the Targa concept and from autumn 1966 the Targa supplemented the Coupé for the 911, 911 S and 912 with resounding success. From the late summer of 1967, the Targa models could also be optionally ordered with a fixed and heated rear window made of safety glass in place of the fold-down plastic rear window.
The great combination of spirit and life has stocked and ready to be shipped.
Easily hangable product doesn't need any additional mounting process.
The product stands 2 cm from the wall.
Matte electrostatic black paint.
1,5 mm steel
What’s in the Box
1 metal decor with integrated hanger
Size: 23 x 69 cm (9" x 27" inches)
Packing: Special designed extra hard sturdy box suitable for transport.
Package size: 50 x 70 x 4.5 cm (20" x 28" x 2" inches)