Overview


The C-series 911 was introduced.



There were no design changes in 1970.

The C-series 911 was introduced. All engines went from a 2.1L motor to a 2.2L motor

On the chassis, the front-strut upper attachments points were moved 14mm forward, making steering easier for the driver.

The infamous Fuchs were standard on all Porsche models .

Porsche introduced the 911S, a lightweight version of the 911. The engine lid and rear bumper were replaced with aluminum seats, and lightweight seats were installed for a "race-ready" package.


Production Numbers


911T Coupe 11,019
911T Targa 6,000
Total Production 17,019

Performance Specs


Engine Size Carb. HP Torque 0 to 60 Quarter mile
Flat 6 2.2L 2 Weber 40 IDT 3C 125 at 5800 rpm 113 lb-ft at 4200 7.6 sec -

Transmission


  • 5-Speed Manual

Paint & Colors


Exterior

Light Ivory
Signal Orange
Irish Green
Tangerine
Silver
Blue
Red
Green
Conda Green
Bahia Red
Albert Blue
Pastel Blue
Burgundy

Interior

Black
Brown
Beige

OEM Brochures


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