Although Porsche realized the error of their ways when they replaced the distinctively-different (i.e., fugly) 996 with the looks-like-a-911-should-look 997, there’s still nothing like the original. This 1969 911T Targa is said to be all original, and is a multiple winner in PCA concours events.
Educational note for the youngsters in the audience: The “T” in 911T does not stand for Targa. There were three different intensities of the engines in these early 911’s, with 911T being the lowest state of tune, 911S being the highest, and 911E being in the middle (and agreed by most to be the best choice).
Find this 1969 Porsche 911T Targa at Autosport Designs (dealer) in Huntington Station, New York, here on eBay.