Porsche 911 Carrera RS 1973. Extreme clone for sale.
The rebuild of this wonderful 911 RS clone has been made saving NO efforts what so ever regarding costs and time to achieve authenticity in every detail. This car is pristine in every aspect. The rebuild was based on a 911 Carrera 1987 with a G50 gearbox. Enjoy the show!
1973 Porsche 911 2.7 Carrera RS (HD photo video with fantastic engine sounds)
SOLD at http://www.ClassicarGarage.nl
Porsche 911 2.7 Carrera RS, year 1973. Colour white with green (original
colours), green Fuchs wheels. This original and magnificent Porsche 911 2.7
Carrera RS is in superb (excellent++) top condition and the car drives
fantastic! More Porsche classics for sale at http://www.ClassicarGarage.nl
1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS - Silverstone Classic. CarshowClassic.com
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So that's it for Porsche month... it's been quite the odyssey for the site
it has to be said. Perhaps we went a bit crazy with our outpouring of love
for the cars from Stuttgart... For those of you who were pained by this
experience we apologize hahaha. It's hard to please everyone isn't it.
At any rate regular service is about to be resumed.
For now we'll leave you with this video we've been working on for the past
few weeks. It features one brand new 2008 Porsche 911 GT2 from the Leipzig
driving school and one freshly restored 1973 Porsche 911 RS from Porsche
museum in Stuttgard.
The video also features one friendly American guy who some how got it in
his head that EA was going to buy him a Porsche... Where did you get idea
LIVING THE PORSCHE
Living The Porsche - is a Film by Sydney based company, SoDUS Films. The
guys from SoDUS followed Grant and the team at AutoHaus for more than 8
months to capture stories here at the workshop, away at the track and from
some of our clients. The film was premiered in Sydney, we were there along
with 250 of our good friends. The night was a huge success but obviously
not everyone could get there to see the work. Here is the full-length
version of Living The Porsche and we are proud to share it with you. We
hope you enjoy it as much as we did. Many thanks to the guys at SoDUS films
for letting us share it exclusively on the Autohaus channel.
1973 Porsche Carrera RS 2.7 Clone Full Throttle RGruppe German Sports Car PMO
Full throttle acceleration and having a blast in my 1973 Porsche Carrera RS
clone. 2161 lbs. 2.7 liter air-cooled flat-6 heaven, 7000 RPMs, PMO
carbs, JE Pistons, Electromotive Crank-Fire, OMP Carbon/Kevlar seats,
4-point roll bar, Suspension and alignment perfected by Pacific Power
Motorsports, 2-out sport Exhaust,
Safecraft 5-point custom racing harness, stiff torsion bars and Weltmister
sway bar. The engine sound is much better and louder in person than this
video can show. This car is truly at home on the track blasting through a
corner at 90mph at full throttle. It's a raw driving experience that is
nothing like a modern car.
1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 Touring - Silverstone Auctions 'The Spring Sale' 16th May 2012
1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 Touring - Sold for (£): 204,600.00 by
Silverstone Auctions at 'The Spring Sale', 16th May 2012
Chassis Number: 9113600428
Engine Number: 663600428
Number of cylinders: 6
Year of Manufacture: 1973
Sold for (£): 204,600.00
The Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 is regarded by many collectors and
journalists as the greatest 911 ever produced. The car was manufactured as
a direct result of Porsche's racing (RennSport) programme and it aimed to
improve upon the 2.4 Litre 911S that was being convincingly beaten on the
track in 1972 by BMW's CSL. However, FIA Group 4 regulations required that
at least 500 examples had to be homologated to exacting lightweight,
competition specification for road use.
Consequently, Porsche stripped most of the weight out of the existing 911
by using thinner metal for body panels, thinner glass and removing all the
sound proofing. Performance was also enhanced with larger rear wheel arches
housing 7" magnesium Fuchs alloy wheels, a 'ducktail' rear spoiler, larger
brakes and a larger fuel injected 2,687cc engine producing 210bhp.
Porsche eventually produced 1,580 RS examples made up of cars built to both
'Touring' specification, offering basic comfort trim and upholstery, and
'Lightweight' specification. Only 55 in total were transformed to full RSR
racing guise and they went on to dominate the 1973 European GT Championship
with outright wins at the Daytona 24-hours and Targa Florio. And so the 911
RS legend was born.
Octane magazine recently summarised the RS as: "the ultimate iteration of
the 'early shape' 911, with its slimline rear bumper and longer bonnet that
curls over the nose, you get the purest, undiluted 911 style." Racing
authority Tony Dron felt that: "You have to remind yourself that when it
was new it ventured out onto roads thronging with Vauxhall Vivas, Morris
Marinas and MGBs... but it remains magnificently engaging, and that engine
noise is just fabulous!"
This fully matching numbers left hand drive Carrera RS Touring has just
completed a painstaking restoration to the very highest standards by a
leading Swiss Porsche specialist. It has been prepared for fast-road/light
competition use and is supplied with current FIA HTP papers, EU
registration documents and a number of its original factory options, such
as bucket seats. In its current guise the car could be used for all the
major European historic races, rallies and Tours including Tour Auto.
Chassis number 9113600428 was originally delivered new to Germany with the
factory fitted options of sports seats, retractable seatbelts, heated rear
screen and a limited slip differential - but was purchased by the vendor
in the UK approximately 10 years ago.
This Porsche has undoubtedly led a pampered life and has formed part of
several important collections. During the current owner's custody, the car
has undergone a nut and bolt restoration and repaint by leading RS
specialist Marc De Siebenthal of Switzerland in 2011. All bills and
invoices, totalling over £110,000 (155,179 Swiss Francs) for this
restoration alone, can be found in the history file along with a full
photographic record of the whole process. The work included a full engine
and gearbox rebuild as well as the car being stripped and repainted and all
suspension and brakes rebuilt or replaced as necessary.
Silverstone Auctions can report that this RS drives as it should and
represents a rare opportunity to purchase an iconic 911 in fully restored
and highly original condition.
~~SOLD~~1977 Porsche 911 For Sale~~SOLD~~
875 Middle Country Rd.
St. James, NY 11780
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