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  1. #431

    FS: @BaT - 1972 2.7L 911T 'RS Style' Coupe

    Bring-a-Trailer Website Auction
    Merit Partners, Atlanta, Georgia
    1972 Porsche 2.7L 911T 'RS Style' Coupe, Lot #27068
    VIN: 9112101458
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Viper Green/Black Leather
    Mileage: 01,926 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: -
    Sold for: NO SALE (Bid to US$100,000 on 1/16/20)

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    BaT Description:

    This 1972 Porsche 911T coupe has been refurbished and modified to resemble a Carrera RS and is equipped with a rebuilt 2.7-liter flat-six, mechanical fuel injection, and a five-speed 915 gearbox. The build was completed in 2017 by 911 Cars of the UK at a reported cost of over £100k. Work included a repaint in Viper Green following bodywork outlined below, and additional features include 15″ Fuchs wheels, Recaro sport seats, refurbished gauges, metal fender flares, and more as described in the listing. The car was brought to the US after the refurbishment was completed and reportedly covered more than 500 miles on the 2019 Smokies GT rally. This 911 is now offered by the selling dealer in Georgia with records and photos of the build, as well as a clean Maryland title.

    A US-spec 1972 body shell was used for the basis of this build and features the one-year-only oil tank door on the passenger-side rear fender. Bodywork prior to the Viper Green repaint included welding 3.2L Carrera fender flares onto the rear quarter panels, as well as replacing the side sills and having the bare shell dipped and e-coated. A fiberglass RS ducktail spoiler and front valance have also been added, along with H4 headlights.

    Polished 15×7″ and 15×8″ Fuchs alloy wheels are wrapped in Avon CR6-ZZ radials measuring 185/70 in front and 215/60 in the rear. The suspension and brakes were refurbished during the build, including new shocks, torsion bars, anti-roll bars, rotors, pads, a master cylinder, and more as outlined by an invoice pictured in the gallery. Recent maintenance is said to have included a brake fluid flush, a ride-height adjustment, and an alignment.

    The cabin features Recaro sport seats trimmed in black leather, along with matching RS-style door panels and carpeting. Other features include aluminum door sill trim and a period Blaupunkt stereo. A 380mm Carrera RS steering wheel is said to retain its factory 914-6 part number stamping and fronts a set of refurbished VDO gauges. The five-digit odometer was reportedly reset to zero during the build and currently displays just under 3k miles.

    Power comes from a 2.7-liter flat six that was rebuilt by 911 Cars during the refurbishment and features a host of RS parts that are listed on the invoice in the gallery. The magnesium 7R engine case was reportedly align bored and pinned during the rebuild, and recent work is said to have included tuning of the MFI system, a timing adjustment, fitting new spark plugs, and an oil and filter change. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a rebuilt five-speed manual transaxle that reportedly features RS gear ratios.

    A spare Fuchs wheel and tire are stowed in the front trunk along with dual Bosch batteries. Records and parts receipts from the refurbishment are included in the sale, as are photos of the build process.
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 01-17-2020 at 06:59 PM. Reason: Added sold for price.
    Doug Dill

    1973 911E Coupe
    PCA #1987109761
    Early 911S Registry #548

  2. #432
    CarParcUSA, Costa Mesa, CA
    1973 Porsche 911 RSR Tribute "Rebel"
    Price: US$$425,000 obo

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    Dealer Description:

    - 3.5 liter Rothsport engine
    - 355hp weighing just 2200 lbs.
    - Front/rear steel fender flares
    - Aluminum hood/decklid
    - Braid wheels 9x15 front/11x15 rear
    - Michelin TB 15 tires

    The current owner and builder of this car, Jon Gunderson isn’t your normal Porscefile. He got his first 911 when he was just 18 years old and has owned one ever since. Over the years Jon has assembled a specialized team of craftsmen, engine builders, interior specialists and mechanics to help him build his dream cars. Currently, Jon is building a limited run series of 3 art cars. This is 1 of 3. For this particular build he opted to combine the legendary aesthetics of the 917 Gulf Livery coupled with RSR level performance. Jon’s background is in advertising where making a loud statement is just as important as the little details and you can tell he carries this philosophy into his builds. The car has received a lot of attention over the years and the entire build has been posted by Jon on The car has been featured on various Youtube channels such as The Smoking Tire and Hooniverse. Jon uses the car on weekends for Cars and Coffee and Porsche related shows and most recently won Best in Show at Zuffenhausen in Pasadena.

    The Gulf livery has been beautifully painted with no vinyl used. All decals and logos have been hand painted (yes, even the Porsche crest). Though this level of detail is time consuming and expensive the end result is truly spectacular and has been carried throughout the entire build. Many hours of metal shaping and test fitting are necessary for perfect panel fitment and it was important to Jon that no fiberglass was used. The widened front/rear fenders are steel, the bumpers are steel and the hood and duck tail spoiler are aluminum. A recessed hole was drilled in the hood and an aluminum fuel cap was added for the center fill 100 liter fuel tank.

    It’s refreshing to see a build so clearly planned from the beginning, no guess work, just quality craftsmanship with quality materials. Though the car wasn’t built for the track, it has the capabilities to be raced: 930 turbo two piece rotors, 930 turbo trailing arms, front shock tower brace, Vonn shocks with RSR style front suspension and Braid Wheels 9x15 front/11x15 rear wrapped in Michelin TB 15 tires. RSR style reinforcements were added to the front/rear shock towers as well as the torsion tubes. A front and under fender oil cooler feeds the engine through Elephant Racing oil lines with an exterior oil fill. A custom lightweight wiring harness was installed to further reduce weight. Final exterior touches include all new H4 headlights, turn signals and lenses as well as drilled door handles and RSR style rubber lid hold downs.

    The original RSR engine from the 1970’s was a 2.8 liter producing roughly 280 horsepower with a race weight of 2015 lbs. Initially inspired by the original, Jon set out to improve upon this formula with lots of reliable power in an aesthetically period package. No expense was spared during the engine build and Rothsport Racing in Oregon was tasked with the job. Their team designed and built a 3.5 liter engine with a trick EFI system built into the existing MFI housing. The result is a beautiful, powerful and factory looking engine with a Dyno confirmed 355 horsepower. In addition, a euro spec 915 transmission was rebuilt by Rothsport with a separate oil cooler.

    Jon’s lucky enough to be neighbors with Autos International, the premier shop for anything Porsche interiors. The interior is a combination of Alcantara and genuine leather. The dash topper, knee pad, door and quarter panel garnish rails are finished in black alcantara and the seats, roll bar and steering wheel are wrapped in black leather. The custom roll bar is wrapped in leather with contrasting orange stitching and matching orange seat belts. The headliner is black Alcantara. The Recaro seats are finished in leather with corduroy inserts and metal grommets. Door panels are RSR style with black leather door pulls. The gauges were rebuilt by Joe’s Speedometer in Reseda. A beautiful single white faced tachometer is flanked by black faced speedometer, oil, fuel and Huer clock. The pedal assembly is from 901 Shop in Florida featuring a dual master cylinder unit with adjustable balance bar retailing for $4000. No expense was spared and no budget was set, this is a passion project after all! A Wevo short shifter was installed, perfectly complimenting the rebuilt 915 transmission with crisp short shifts. Aluminum pedal boards by RennLine were also installed. The side window glass is thinner and all new glass was installed throughout. And finally, as a homage to the original, a RSR style leather wrapped steering wheel rounds out a beautifully appointed interior. The attention to detail is on par with our own restorations with the bespoke quality of a Singer.

    We urge you to go check out the Youtube videos produced for this car to get a better sense of the driving experience and incredible sounds it makes. Hundreds of photos were taken throughout the build process which will be included with purchase as well as written documentation of the build. Jon is an active member of the Porsche community and is currently building 2 more RSR Tribute cars so stay tuned!
    Doug Dill

    1973 911E Coupe
    PCA #1987109761
    Early 911S Registry #548

  3. #433
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    Another nice car from the great state of Montana.
    Karl_O'Donoghue RG: 421 E911SR: 792 GS: 5

    '72T Coupe - Sepia Brown #415 Options:M400/404/449/470/568

  4. #434
    Senior Member Carparc's Avatar
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    Costa Mesa / Long Beach CA USA
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    Last edited by Chuck Miller; 01-21-2020 at 01:08 PM.
    Henk Baars owner of CarparcUSA LLC

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    '68 911L Targa Sea Green
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  5. #435

    FS: @Bonhams - 1968 911T Coupé - Racecar

    Don't recall Bonhams representing an engine/transmission less 911 before . . . glaring omission of front trunk photos.
    Bonhams Paris, Les Grandes Marques du Monde au Grand Palais Auction, The Grand Palais, February 6, 2020
    1969 Porsche 2.0-Liter 911E Coupé, Lot 244
    VIN: 11825126
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Yellow
    Mileage: -
    Auction Estimate: €60,000-90,000/US$67,000-100,000 (To be sold without reserve)
    Sold for: €32,200/US$35,320 (including premium)

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    Auction Description:

    • Early short-wheelbase model
    • Fully race-prepared between 2015 and 2017
    • No engine or gearbox
    • Ideal for completion as a circuit racer or rally car

    Chassis number '11825126' is one of the early short-wheelbase 911s, built before the introduction of the long-wheelbase B-Program cars in August 1968, which have become so popular with the historic rallying fraternity. This Porsche 911T was fully race-prepared between 2015 and 2017, since when it has been registered in Belgium. We are advised by the vendor that the car features lightweight bodywork (in very good condition) and a roll cage, and that it is 100% complete apart from the engine and gearbox. Ideal for completion as a circuit racer or rally car to the purchaser's own specification, it is offered with Belgian registration papers.
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 02-07-2020 at 12:47 PM. Reason: Added sold for price.
    Doug Dill

    1973 911E Coupe
    PCA #1987109761
    Early 911S Registry #548

  6. #436

    FS: @Silverstone Auctions - 1973 Porsche 911T 2.8L 'RSR Homage' FIA Racecar

    September 2017 - Last time at Silverstone Auction - Sold for £81,000/~US$106,000
    Silverstone Auctions, Auction Torque | 2020 Race Retro - Friday 21st February 2020
    1973 Porsche 911T 2.8 RSR FIA Historic GT racecar
    VIN: 9113100481
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Grand Prix White/Black
    Mileage: -
    Auction Estimate: -
    Sold for: £101,250/~US$131,000

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    Auction Description:

    - An original, 1973 left-hand drive, 911T brilliantly modified to 2.8 RSR specification
    - Delivered to the US in 1973. Returned to Germany in 2009
    - Converted to RSR-spec by Scuderia-Eleven GmbH. Engine rebuild Bienert Boxer-Motoren
    - Finished in Grand Prix White. UK-registered with historic vehicle status
    - Accompanied by its UK V5c, MOT certificate, DMSB Historic Technical Passport, FIA papers and an inspection report from Gunther Frey. Dipl.Ing (FH)

    We are pleased to offer for sale an original 1973 left-hand drive, 911T brilliantly modified to 2.8 RSR specification and accompanied by an FIA Technical Passport (Competition GT; Class GTS27). Unusually, for a conversion of this nature, the car is UK-registered with Historic Vehicle tax status and could be used on the road or circuit.

    Chassis Number 9113100481 was originally delivered to the USA in March 1973, however much of its early history is unknown. In 1991, it was registered as belonging to Patricia J Vanleen of Baton Rouge, Los Angeles and in October 2009 was returned to Germany in the care of the S & N Automobilzentrum Aachen Gmbh. From July 2010 until October 2017, the car was the pride and joy of the previous owner, who sold it through Silverstone Auctions Porsche sale in October 2017. During his seven-year ownership, upon arrival in Germany, the decision was taken to create an accurate RSR replica using the 911T as a basis and this work was entrusted to 'Scuderia-Eleven' with the engine left in the capable hands of Bienert Boxer-Motoren, who have over 25 year's experience in preparing air-cooled Porche engines.

    The specification is too long to detail here but briefly; Original engine type 911/51 (2.4 Litre, 140bhp) replaced with 1974/75, 911/41 engine taken out to 2.8-litres, compression ratio 10.8: 1 producing 265 bhp with mechanical fuel injection, and dual ignition. Five-speed, 'short-shift' 915 gearbox and a ZF LSD. Front strut-brace, adjustable front shocks, adjustable front and rear anti-roll bars, front and rear polyurethane axle bushes, thicker torsion bars, and steel braided brake lines. Front tyres: 215/55 R1, rear tyres 270/45 R15. Wheels front: 9Jx15 and rear 11Jx15. The bumpers, front and rear bonnets and the wings were replaced with composite parts. 'Makrolon' polycarbonate side and rear windows. Welded-in multi point roll cage. Sports steering wheel, sports seats with full harnesses and aluminium footplates. The final set-up was completed by for Harry Utesche at DLS Automobile in Stuttgart.

    The previous owner, a well-known racing driver who has raced RSRs in the past, admits “There is no excuse or way to avoid the fact that I fell completely in love with this car some time before it came to market. For me, it was the perfect looking, quintessential 911”. Having owned the car for seven years he confirmed, “It is THE most tactile, malleable and sweet performer on the circuit with very much the right amount of power matching the grip available with a performance not so far from the delightful racetrack-only Chevron B8s etc. Around Spa and Monza, it was just pure racing delight”.

    Enjoyed by the current owner for the past couple of years the time has now come for someone else to enjoy this special motor car. The new owner of this wonderful 911 has a number of options. It's a legal and perfectly usable road car, although, with a full competition suspension set-up, it wouldn't be long before you became good friends with your chiropractor, it could be developed into a pure, no-holds-barred, full house racer, or left as it is, an 'on-the-button' entry for some of Europe's most prestigious events including Tour Auto, Spa Classic, and the Monza Historic.

    Finished in sparkling Grand Prix White, this immaculate Porsche is accompanied by its UK V5C, MOT Certificate, DMSB Historic Technical Passport, and an inspection report from Gunther Frey. Dipl.Ing (FH). The car's FIA papers were issued in 2012 and are therefore still current. It would probably cost over £200,000 pounds to prepare a car to this spec today and, at this guide, we feel that this stunning road/race 911 represents tremendous value for money and welcome any inspection.
    Doug Dill

    1973 911E Coupe
    PCA #1987109761
    Early 911S Registry #548

  7. #437
    Senior Member patrick911's Avatar
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    "(...) to create an accurate RSR replica".

    No it's not
    Member #3058
    1973 911 2.4T
    1976 911S -> 2.8RSR rep

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