1968 Porsche 911

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Overview


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.

Production Numbers


911E Coupe 854
911E K-Coupe 1,014
911E Targa 858
911T 343
911T K-Coupe 3,561
911T Targa 282
911S 1,492
911S Targa 614
Total Production 9,118

Performance Specs


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

Transmission


  • 5-Speed Manual
  • Sportomatic

Paint & Colors


Exterior

Slate Gray
Polo Red
Gulf Blue
Light Ivory
Bahama Yellow
Irish Green
Sand
Aga Blue
Black
Burgundy Red
Champagne Yellow
Signal Yellow
Lemon Yellow
Yellow
Medium Ivory
Lido Gold
Golden Green
Signal Green
Bush Green
Metallic Dark Green
Turkey Green
Velvet Green
Sea Green
Crystal Blue
Pastel Blue
Ossi Blue
Metallic Blue
Ultra Blue
Olive
Sepia Brown
Coffee Brown
Stone Grey
Light Grey
Cloudy Grey
Beige Grey
Silver Grey
Maroon
Tangerine
Metallic Dark Red

Interior

Black
Beige
Brown
Red

OEM Brochures


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