Up for auction is this custom 1986 Porsche 911 Targa Outlaw presented in Grand Prix White over a completely restored black leather interior. Powered by its original flat-six engine which has been fully rebuilt and upgraded to a 3.4 L displacement at a cost of over $25k, this Outlaw showcases many unique details including a duck tail rear decklid, rally lighting, a full custom sound system and an Elephant Racing suspension system. Reported to have been driven approximately 5k miles since the completion of the build, this Targa is said to remain in outstanding driving condition while accompanied by extensive service records and invoices.
Upon commencement of this project, this Targa was treated to a professional glass-out respray in its factory original color of Grand Prix White. The finish is noted to be in excellent condition with some minor rock chips (detailed images are provided in the photo gallery). Exterior modifications include a duck tail rear decklid, rocker cover deletes, a polished Targa bar, Stuttgart Classica side view mirrors, a rear bumperette delete and S.E.V. Marchal head, hood and fog lights. This Outlaw rides on Harvey Weidman restored Fuchs wheels finished in brushed aluminum. The seller indicates that the painted Targa top will need new seals in the near future.
The black leather interior has been completely restored and outfitted with houndstooth upholstery. “Vintage RS” bucket seats have been installed in addition to new door cards, a Magnus Walker Momo Prototipo steering wheel and Heuer rally timers. A custom $10k sound system has also been installed including a vintage McIntosh head unit with FoCal amps and speakers. The rear seat has been deleted, the Targa top has been restored and the instrument gauges have been refurbished and backdated with silver markings and chrome trim rings. All gauges and electrical components are noted to be fully functional and the air conditioning has been converted to a Griffith system.
The original 3.2 L flat-six engine in this Targa was completely rebuilt by Supertec in 2014. Over $25k was spent on the rebuild which included a 3.4 L bored displacement upgrade. A number’s matching 5-speed manual transmission sends power to the rear wheels while an Elephant Racing/Bilstein suspension setup provides for excellent handling. Approximately 5k miles have been added since the completion of the build and the seller confirms this Targa to be in fantastic running order.
The sale of this Outlaw will include a set of two keys, extensive records, books and tools, the original decklid, spare tire, an air compressor and car cover.