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Porsche 911 Targa Rijkspolitie “Alex 97” '75

€ 66.950

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Make Porsche
Model 911 Targa Rijkspolitie “Alex 97” '75
Type targa
Construction year 1975
KM 16893 km
Cilinder displacement 2687
Gears manual
Steering left hand drive
Price € 66.950

Walk-around video

  • 'Alex 97', for that was his nickname, was the mainstay of the Dutch State Police.
  • After his relatively short career as a service vehicle, he was repossessed by the German VW importer Pon and sold on the second-hand market.
  • The right side mirror is from a right-hand drive 911, as the officer could sit as a co-pilot in the passenger seat.
  • Originally white as a police car, later painted black.
  • Project: rebuild the car into a police car to restore it to its former glory.
  • Comes with a shipload of rare parts, original papers, and some invoices.



The Porsche 911 is the exception that proves the rule ‘to all good things comes an end’. This contemporary and luxurious, yet sporty, German sportscar was released in 1963. To this day, they are still being produced in large numbers. Also a range of variants has been developed to offer a tailor-made product range. Although the 911 has been refined over the decades, the basic design – which is recognisable and thus excellently done – has generally remained unchanged. This pragmatic and contemporary approach only Porsche could ever succeed in.

The 911 is the successor to the Porsche 356 and was designed by Ferdinand Porsche - the grandson of Porsche’s founder – and presented at the Frankfurt Auto Show in the autumn of 1963. In 1964, the first models were delivered to customers, and due to its great success, the 911 was soon expanded: a cheaper 912, a faster 911S and the rollbar equipped and extremely safe convertible Targa were released. This Targa was named after a Sicilian race that was year by year won by Porsche.

Initially, this car would be called the Porsche 901, but Peugeot became the headwind as their models were named by a three-digit number with a 0 in the middle. ‘Don’t worry’, said Porsche and they replaced the 0 with a 1. The evergreen Porsche 911 was born. After that, there was still Porsche cars built that were named with a three-digit number with a 0 in the middle, however those were exclusively intended for racing and circuit purposes, not for public roads.

Undoubtedly, the 911 has been modified over the years; as durable a design may be, times change, and cars do too. Porsche has always been prepared for changes and innovation. They gradually increased the engine displacement, the power and the size. The biggest mechanical change was the transition from air cooled engines to water cooled engine. Water cooled engines ensure an evenly cooled engine, which results in uniform combustion, which than results by a lower emission and better fuel economy.

Porsche 911 2.7

For the model year of 1974, Porsche once again enlarges its legendary six-cylinder boxer engine. They increase from 2.4 liters to 2.7 liters, naturally making the 911 more powerful. Henceforth, the world-renowned boxer engine delivers 150 PS, which is equivalent to 148 horsepower. Furthermore, the 911 underwent slight aesthetic changes, including the addition of accordion bumpers, as required by American legislation.

Technical information:

Body work

  • Length (cm): 429 (169 inch)
  • Width (cm): 161 (63 inch)
  • Height (cm): 132 (52 inch)
  • Wheelbase (cm): 227 (83 inch)
  • Weight (kg): 1075 (2370 lbs)


  • Engine: 2687 cc flat-six rear-engine
  • Valve gear: 12
  • Fuel system: Bosch K-Jetronic
  • Gear box: 4-speed manual
  • Transmission: RWD
  • Left-steered
  • power: 148 hp (110 kW) at 5700 t/m
  • torque: 236 Nm at 3800 t/m
  • Top speed: 210 km/h (130 mph)

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