1970 Porsche 911E Targa “survivor” for sale. Always garaged, 100% factory-original metal, original undercoating, all numbers match (per COA). Never wrecked; never driven hard; stored in a Canadian garage outside Quebec since 1989 and never driven for the past 20 years. 134,836 original kilometers (83,783 original miles). First purchased by Dr. Emile Stettler in Switzerland in 1970 (see original documents). Dr. Stettler kept the car immaculate and drove it strictly during the summer months, so the it was never exposed to salted roads in Switzerland. He had the exterior of the car repainted in the early 1980’s (front and rear compartment jams are original paint, door jams show partial repainting). In the late 1980’s a Canadian named Jean Beaudet moved temporarily to Switzerland on a work assignment; he purchased the 911E around 1988 and returned to Canada in 1989 with the Porsche. When Jean Beaudet arrived home he soon parked the car in the garage and never drove it again. I purchased it from him several months ago (it took 6 weeks to get the car cleared through US customs and transported to California). Our team went through the car mechanically and brought it back to excellent driving condition (fuel system cleaned, new brakes, new tires, new lines and hoses, etc.) Runs and drives like a low-mile original car should. All factory tags, decals and stickers are original and have never been removed. Interior is excellent original. We are a licensed California dealer: California retail buyers will be responsible for tax and license fees. Overseas buyers are welcome: We work closely with a local overseas shipper in San Leandro, California, who offers competitive rates.