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Rare 912s - Porsche Number 100,000
1967 912 Targa Baden-Wurttemberg Police Car - Porsche #100,000Shown on the right is arguably the rarest 912 manufactured.  It is a 1967 soft-window Targa, a police car, AND the 100,000th Porsche made.  In April 1967, Christophorus magazine announced:

"On 21 December, 1966, Porsche celebrated a particularly proud anniversary.  The 100,000th Porsche, a 912 Targa outfitted for the police, was delivered.  It was turned over to the Baden- Wurttemberg state police during a small celebration at the factory......The 100,000th car, carrying appropriate engraving on a silver dash plaque, is one of the first Porsche safety cabriolet Targas delivered, a design particularly well suited to police use thanks to its basic concept...."

Note the "POLIZEI" markings, tandem inside rear-view mirrors, dual side mirrors, fog lights, and Targa bar mounted flashing light.  Not visible: other police car modifications included special electronics and switch gear for the operation of a rear loudspeaker and the flashing light, two diagonal torso seat belts, plus seat frame and frame reinforcement.
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