1977 Porsche 911 "G"

Carrera 3.0 Targa “Turbo Look” (((NEW LOWER PRICE)))


  • Year of manufacture 
  • Mileage 
    30 611 km / 19 021 mi
  • Car type 
  • Chassis number 
  • Engine number 
  • Drive 
  • Condition 
  • Exterior brand colour 
    Light Yellow (Hellgelb)
  • Interior colour 
  • Interior brand colour 
    Black with pinstriped corduroy inserts
  • Interior type 
  • Number of doors 
  • Number of seats 
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
  • Gearbox 
  • Performance 
    200 BHP / 203 PS / 150 kW
  • Drivetrain 
  • Fuel type 


About this Car:

Our car is a Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 Targa that was specially built for the Porsche dealer Glöckler of Frankfurt. Completed on 13 August 1977, this unique 3.0 Carrera Targa was finished in ‘Hellgelb’ (Light Yellow) and black leatherette interior with pinstriped corduroy inserts and black carpeting, black anodized exterior trim, and a black Targa top insert.
There were some interesting options specified by Glöckler, the most noteworthy being the M451 ‘Turbo Look’ body package, which included widened front and rear fenders and quarter panels, a large rubber-edged whale-tail spoiler, a rubber front air dam, 7-inch and 8-inch wide, 16-inch diameter Fuchs light alloy wheels. This is relevant because this option package pre-dates the ‘Works Turbo Look’ that became available on production order sheets in 1984.
It was ordered with Bilstein shock absorbers, tinted glass, a Blaupunkt Coburg radio and speaker package, a set of black ‘Porsche’ door panel stripes, and a black stripe kit for the front hood, which included the ‘911’ identifier, an option that was introduced in 1974. It is also fitted with dual mirrors and headlamp washers. Factory-equipped with a 3.0 air-cooled engine that was a direct development of the 2.8 RSR racing engine of 1974, Porsche’s Carrera 3.0, in either coupe or Targa form, was a rare and very desirable vehicle. Its Certificate of Authenticity, issued by Porsche Deutschland GmbH on 9 July 2010
This interesting wide-bodied example offers a distinctive, one-of-a-kind appearance that is unlikely to be found anywhere else.

Model History:

In 1974, Porsche 911s introduced the ‘impact-bumper’ design, with a shorter front hood panel. Mandated by new U.S. safety regulations, these bumpers were tied by shock absorbers to a strengthened inner structure at both front and rear, and they could withstand a 5 mph collision without damage. A full-width reflector panel separated the tail-lamp assemblies.