1973 was the last year for the desirable long hood/narrow bumper 911. Safety regulations would force a design change the following year, but the bodywork isn't the only thing that makes 1973 a special year — it was also the first year for the famous 915 five-speed gearbox. While this particular 911 Targa remains mechanically stock, it sports a very special custom interior by ultra-premium French leather goods maker Berluti. Featuring Berluti's beautifully burnished Venizia leather, the company's master colorists and upholsterers covered every inch of the car's seats, dash, and panels in hide. What isn't leather is covered in Bouclé wool, including the seat backs, floor mats, and carpeting. A pair of driving shoes and day bag are also included. The workmanship is second-to-none and tones and colors match the silver exterior perfectly. A truly one-of-a-kind 911, this car will be auctioned off by Sotheby's in Paris, April 24-May 7, 2019.