The 911 Targa was launched in 1967 due to concerns about proposed US safety regulations that would eliminate open-top convertibles. An integrated rollbar capped in a stainless steel plate and removable roof panel made the Targa a staple of the 911 lineup. This 1972 911 S Targa was originally sold by Raffy in Germany before making its way to Sweden, where it entered storage in the mid-1980s. The current owner had the car restored in Germany by a team of hand-picked experts and has a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, confirming that it retains its original engine and gearbox. The car has covered only 250 miles since the restoration, and the rebuilt motor is still in its break-in period — an important note for the next owner.