Porsche introduced the 911 Targa in 1967, with the anticipation that rollover safety regulations in the US would make engineering a traditional convertible nearly impossible. A stainless steel-clad rollbar, removable roof panel, and soft rear window replaced a folding canvas top, with a glass window becoming available in 1968. This 911 Targa is one of the last soft-window Targas made and the last year for the prized short wheelbase chassis. This 911 has its original motor and transmission, along with a long factory options list and shows 77,000 miles. The interior is amazingly preserved, with unrestored leatherette seats, Blaupunkt radio, and trim. The last of the original 911s, this one of only 268 made in 1968 and an excellent early example.