It is widely accepted that the 1973
2.7RS offers the purest form of Porsche driving and nothing Porsche
has manufactured since has come close. With prices now touching
the 200k mark for genuine lightweight RS's this car offers a very
Starting with a 1973 shell this car has been built to an exceptional
standard with great care being taken to ensure the car replicates
a genuine RS in both looks and performance.
Running a correct 2.7RS engine on MFI the car has had the benefit
of a recent freshen up with very little ours since. The 915 gearbox
has an LSD fitted and shifts smoothly in all gears. The car has
also been fitted with the period correct aluminium “S”
type front brake callipers and has just had new discs and pads
all round. The 7 & 8x15” Fuchs wheels are in excellent
condition and have just been re-shod with Michelin Pilot Cup Sport
tyres all round. A Dural front under-shield is also included in
the sale of this vehicle and can be fitted prior to delivery if
preferred. This car is a real pleasure to drive on the open road
and could be very competitive in the correct hands!
Testament to the build quality and detail of this car is the
fact that it has full FIA papers and a race history in Switzerland
where the car was built. It's Swiss competition passport confirms
it competed at: Hockenheim-Slalom Interlaken (2003); Varano race
circuit Varano de'Melegari in Italy (2000); and Hockenheim-Goldpokal
Rennen (2003). A copy of these papers is available on request.
This vehicle manages to strike that balance between a competition
car and road car very well and would be perfect for events such
as the Tour de France Auto etc...
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