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Friday, May 23, 2008

Porsche 911: Aftermarket target-top available

In case you are in urgent need to convert your perfectly fine-looking Porsche 911 into a Targa version, you can relax now and turn to this aftermarket solution.
Paso Robles, California-based performance shop, VeloTech, has decided to move beyond its bread and butter business – turbocharging European vehicles – and has developed its own traditional targa setup for current 911s. The roof, which is comprised mainly of carbon fiber, is still a pricey solution for a very select group of enthusiasts, but VeloTech maintains that if the price for the conversion can be reduced from its current cost ($10,000) to something more palatable ($6,000), the market could expand.

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Source: Autoblog


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