1974 Porsche 911S
1974 is the first year for the modestly redesigned body style of the 911. The new look incorporated a shorter front hood, new impact bumpers and new aluminum wheel with interior comfort upgrades, high backed bucket seats, safety restraints and a new 2.7 magnesium cased emissions compliance low performance engine. The model lineup consisted of the 911, 911S in both coupe and Targa versions. But the big news was the all new limited production street Carrera model with the 911 S motor, traditional graphics, wider rear wheel flares, Fuchs 15×7” and 15×8” rim, Pirelli tires and “Ducktail” rear spoiler. The 911 before you is a nice daily driver. It is in stock trim, red exterior paint with optional “Cookie Cutter” wheels and an aftermarket front spoiler. The interior is decent and original looking with an aftermarket steering wheel and add-on air-conditioning. Overall this is a decent and realistically affordable driver.