You still had to shift, but the clutch was MIA.
The 1968 911 was the last year for the original short wheelbase 911, and was also when the odd semi-automatic Sportomatic transmission was introduced. You still had to shift, but the clutch was MIA.
|911S Targa||614||Total Production||9,118|
|Engine||Size||Carb.||HP||0 to 60||Quarter mile|
|2.0L Flat-Six||2.0L||IDA||148||9.0 sec||16.5 sec|
|911S 2.0L||2.0L||Weber 40 DS||180||8.1 sec||15.7 sec|
- 5-Speed Manual
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