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1973 Porsche 911RS Coupe VIN 9113600266 Engine 6630273 Transmission 7830270 1st Series According to Porsche factory records, this superb Carrera RS 2.7 was completed in December 1972. Originally specified for French delivery, finished in Light Ivory (color code 1111) over a Black leatherette interior. Options include factory air conditioning (ONLY 60 RSs were special ordered with AC), electric windows, Pirelli P6000 tires on 7 and 8 Fuchs wheels. Another desirable factory option was added leather sport seats with headrests. European Collectibles performed a ground-up restoration down to the tub over a 24-month period from 2013 to 2015. Every aspect of the vehicle was addressed with no expense spared. The entire tub was stripped down to the bare metal. All panels, front fenders, and bumpers were pre-fit to ensure the absolute best result. The entire body and undercarriage was painted with Glasurit Light Ivory (paint code 131) to original factory specification. The interior has been completely re-upholstered in Touring trim. The complete driveline was rebuilt and everything was addressed including engine, fuel injection pump, transmission with the special RS oil pump, clutch, brake system, tires, suspension, wire harness have all been rebuilt within the last 2,100 Kilometers. Both the engine and gearbox are matching. A motorsport icon, the Carrera RS is considered by many to be the greatest 911 of all time. Following a complete restoration to original specifications, this example surely will not disappoint. One of the highly desirable, first 500 Carrera RS examples built, chassis number 9113600266 was built to M 472 Touring specification. This RS is ready for immediate road or concours use. Complete with tools, books & documentation of the restoration. Truly one of the best 911RSs, you will find with no issues. Specs 210 bhp, 2,687cc SOHC air-cooled horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine with Bosch mechanical fuel injection, five-speed manual transmission, independent front suspension with MacPherson struts, torsion bars, and an anti-roll bar; independent rear suspension with transverse torsion bars, tubular shock absorbers, and an anti-roll bar; and four-wheel disc brakes. History One of the most desirable Porsches ever produced, the 1973 911 Carrera RS was built to allow Porsche to continue its success in motorsport following the retirement of the 917. The goal was to prepare an all-out campaign in the new European Grand Touring Championship Group 5 with a 911-based model called the RSR. To meet the FIA's production with amazing speed 0-60 mph in 5.0 seconds.
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