Thirdly this 911 is special because of the large variety of colours of the decade. In the seventies Porsche offered one of the most variegated colour palettes. This palette went from striking colours like limegreen, continental orange, gulfblue and arrowblue over more decent ones such as peru red, sahara beige and cockney brown to beautiful metallic paints like salmon metallic, platin-diamond metallic, copper-brown metallic and gazelle metallic. For the interior Porsche offered a large selection of leatherettes and tartan fabrics to match the choice of the paint.
Last but not least the current development in value is worth mentioning. The 2.7 litre 911s had the highest increase in value over the last few years in comparison to the 3.0 SC and the 3.2 Carrera. On the grounds that the 2.7 litre G-Model was just produced for three years and is therefore one of the shortest series of the 911 with a lot of different individual attributes like color, engine, interior and model year specific changes the prediction of the value is definitely positiv and not yet overdrawn. Make sure to not miss the chance and secure one of the 911S Targas for your collection!
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