We didn’t understand which Porsche it was until we read the description: surprised to see that this ’67 targa is an S version, the most powerful Porsche of the time.
However, this ’67 has a lot of parts replaced with other coming from later cars (it often happened during the past 30 years, as most 911 have interchangeable parts) like the whole interiors, coming from a late ’80s 911 SC, the mirrors coming from the same car, and the bumpers which are not original.
The bad news is that the engine is not original nor period correct: also this unit comes from a 911 3000 SC and the problem is that finding a period correct “S” engine is an hard task and, when you find it complete, it will probably cost you as much as the car itself (as is now). At least, the wheels are original. Find it for sale at €34,000 (today $38,000) here in Gattières, France.