1975 Porsche 911

In 1974, the engine in the Porsche was enlarged to 164 cubic-inches and two basic models were offered: the base 911 and the high-performance 911S. Body styles continued to be a closed coupe or targa form. Styling was similar to prior 911s. Changes included new body-colored integrated bumpers designed to comply with U.S. bumper-strength requirements. In the front were air spoiler, the engines received a new Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection system, and the interiors received new high-back seats with integral headrests in the front.

A new Carrera option became available and it featured the same engine found in the 911S but had larger wheels and tires at the rear. Other modifications included a rubber-rimmed 'ducktail' spoiler in the rear on the engine cover. On the lower bodysides were identifying lettering.

For 1975, the base 911 model was no longer available, leaving only the 911S and Carrera, with increased horsepower and torque ratings. The Carrera model added a 'whale tail' rear spoiler and a deeper front spoiler.

A limited edition Silver Anniversary was offered, and just 750 examples were available. All were painted in Diamond Silver metallic.


by Daniel Vaughan | Oct 2013
1975 Porsche 911 vehicle information

Coupe

This original white over black Carrera coupe is on its second owner and has only seen 25,000 miles over its life. With the advent of the 2.7-liter engine in 1974, Porsche reclassified its 911 variants, with the Carrera replacing the S as the top-spe....[continue reading]

1975 Porsche 911 vehicle information

Coupe

Chassis Num: 9115400358

Porsche reserved the 'Carrera' name for their extra-high performance cars, recalling the company's 1953 win in the mythical Mexican road race. The name first appeared on a new four-cam 356 in 1955 and re-appeared in 1972, but originally as a homologa....[continue reading]

1975 Porsche 911 vehicle information

Coupe

Chassis Num: 911 560 0414
Engine Num: 6650569

The 1973 Carrera RS (RennSport) was the realization that the top-of-the-range 2.4-liter 911S production model had potential for racing. The lightweight Carrera RS was homologated for racing, with over 500 examples produced to satisfy the FIA homologa....[continue reading]

1975 Porsche 911 vehicle information

Targa

Chassis Num: 9115410059
Engine Num: 6451281
Gearbox Num: 1552318

For the 1974 model year, Porsche introduced the 'H' Series 911. They incorporated some major structural, mechanical, and cosmetic changes to bring their 911 models inline with stringent U.S. safety and emissions regulations. Perhaps the most visible ....[continue reading]

1975 Porsche 911 vehicle information

Coupe

Chassis Num: 9115400275

This Porsche 911 Carrera is original and immaculately preserved throughout. It is a lifelong Ohio resident wearing its original paint, with exception of the front bonnet, which was repainted due to normal road wear. The Carrera has all original glass....[continue reading]

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Chassis #: 9115400358 
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Chassis #: 911 560 0414 
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Chassis #: 9115410059 
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Chassis #: 9115400275 

Related Reading : Porsche 911 History

The legendary Porsche 911 is the longest production run sports car of all time. It was conceived as a successor for the highly successful Porsche 356 and from the start had high aspirations for success. Ferry Porsches son, Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, designed the 911. When it went into production it was labeled the 901 but Peugeot had claims to the name, so to avoid infringing on their naming....
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Who could predict that the 911 would be Porsches saving grace and surpass the 356 in sales, longevity Quickly establishing itself as an icon of 60s cool, the iconic 911 only became more popular as the years went on. The flagship of the current lineup of Porsche, the 911 (pronounced Nine Eleven) or Neunelfer is a two-door grand tourer with a very distinctive design. The 911 is one of the oldest....
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1975 Porsche Models

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Porsche Monthly Sales Volume

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5,213
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4,636
July 2019
4,956
June 2019
5,205
May 2019
5,010
April 2019
5,018
March 2019
4,779
February 2019
4,826
January 2019
5,419
November 2018
5,673
October 2018
4,817
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