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1976 Porsche Stock No. 1721


1976 Porsche 911RS
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1976 Porsche Stock No. 1721


It doesn't show in the standard spec books, but after the end of the 1500+ famed 1973 911RS production, Private clients demand for the MFI 2.7 for racing caused Porsche to build 123 of these special cars between 1974 and 1976, the factory built 100+ (enough to qualify for FIA) cars to 73 911RS spec using the tested and true 2.7 911RS motor and trans in the new 5 mile an hour bumper body car with the same quarter panel flairs as the 73RS, a new light alloy suspension and factory installed roll bar hard mounting points and RS Brakes. All 123 Cars were special order and delivered to Clients in Germany and Switzerland. Most of these cars were heavily raced in Europe and are no longer a viable example of the original. This car in its original Factory Dark Bitter Chocolate with Tan vinyl interior with plaid cloth inserts (Very Period), has never been raced. The Car was sold new to a collector in Germany who rarely drove the car and sold it to a collector in the US in 1989, this gentleman sent the car Directly to the Porsche Factory and had performance upgrades and interior seats redone at a cost of 58,000+ DM, the car was then shipped to the US and received US DOT and EPA certification. The complete releases, invoices along with all doc's of his ownership come with the car. In 2007 we at CPR bought the car, fully serviced it and sold the car and shipped it to Mr. Willi Kauhsen the famous Porsche Race driver in Germany a personal friend of CPR's founder. The car remained in Willi's personal collection until CPR founder purchased the car from Mr. Kauhsen and returned it to CPR. This is a perfect example in outstanding mechanical and cosmetic condition and would be a star in any Porsche collection not to mention a great investment given that 73RS's are bringing 300K to 700K today!

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1976 Porsche 911RS