Porsche 911 2.7 RS Touring 1973 – UK

Porsche 911 2.7 RS Touring w idealny sposób łączy cechy samochodu wyścigowego i turystycznego. Powiększony silnik do 2.7 l dzięki mechanicznemu wtryskowi legitymował się imponującą mocą 210 KM, co w połączeniu z odelżoną karoserią zapewniło znakomite właściwości jezdne. Imponujący jest również wygląd, z charakterystycznym spojlerem typu „ducktail”. Z racji swoich legendarnych parametrów, świetnego wyglądu i unikalności – wykonano tylko 1590 egzemplarzy – to jeden z najmocniej aktualnie drożejących klasyków. Fantastyczny egzemplarz, sprzedawany wraz z Certyfikatem Autentyczności Porsche, potwierdzającym jego fabryczną specyfikację, został wyceniony na imponującą kwotę ok. 2,6 – 3,2 mln PLN.

Link: https://www.silverstoneauctions.com/1973-porsche-911-27-rs-touring

The Salon Privé Sale 2015

1973 Porsche 911 2.7 RS Touring
Lot No.: 216

Registration: EU Registered
Chassis Number: 9113601175
Engine Number: 6631147
Number of cylinders: 6
CC: 2700cc
Year of Manufacture: 1973
Estimate (£): 450,000 -­ 550,000

With a desire to compete in Group 4 racing, Porsche unveiled the Carrera 2.7 RS (Rennsport) at the 1972 Paris Motor Show. Using the proven 2.4 litre 911S as the basis for the new car, they introduced a number of performance upgrades, enlarging the engine to 2.7 litres which now developed 210hp with Kugelfischer fuel injection, revised and stiffened suspension, flaring the wheel arches to accommodate larger Fuchs alloy wheels, bigger brakes and fitting the distinctive ‘ducktail' spoiler.

Although the homologation regulations for Group 4 necessitated the building of a minimum of 500 cars, such was the demand for this exciting new car, the most powerful road-going Porsche ever produced at the time, that 1,590 examples were built and of that number, 200 were Lightweights, while 1,308 were road going Touring models.
Over the last 40 years the Carrera RS has earned a reputation as the greatest dual purpose Porsche ever produced, and has become the very essence of balanced performance. Chassis 9113601175 was built to Touring specification (472), and according to the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity was originally equipped with Sports Seats (409), headrests (258), 3-point safety belts (419), Electric Antenna (441) and Rear Impact Protection (569). The car was initially supplied by Glocker Sportwagen GmbH, Frankfurt, in May 1973 to Harald Palleck and remained with him until 1995 before being passed to its second owner, Sig. Vezzini, in Italy. During his ownership, a full and exacting restoration was undertaken between 1996 and 1999. The third owner, Nicola Sardi, purchased the car in 2008, keeping it just North of Genoa before selling it to the current owner who imported it into the UK.

Finished in the original Porsche colour of Light Yellow, with black leatherette and corduroy interior, this 2.7 RS Touring retains its original engine and gearbox and presents beautifully. Mechanically, although no invoices are on file, it’s believed that the engine and gearbox have been rebuilt as the car performs particularly well. Supplied with a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, current MoT certificate, handbooks, photos of the restoration and sundry invoices, this gorgeous car can now be registered in the UK or exported worldwide.