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    1973 Carrera RS Cars for Sale

    Year: 1973
    VIN Number: 9113600228
    Winning bid: US $159,100.00
    Sale date: May-04-06
    Notes: "1973 Porsche RS Touring 27k mi one owner"
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    Year: 1973
    VIN Number: 9113601530
    Winning bid: See notes
    Sale date: May-23-06
    Notes: No sale at US $110,100.00. Had a BIN of US $149,500.00.
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    Year: 1973
    VIN Number: 9113600406
    Winning bid: See notes
    Sale date: Jul-02-06
    Notes: No sale at US $150,000.00; appeared to be fake and was discussed further here:

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...ead.php?t=7290
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    Year: 1973
    VIN Number: 9113600618
    Winning bid: See notes
    Sale date: Jul-16-06
    Notes: No sale at US $130,100.00

    Relisted and reserve not met at US $172,600.00 on May-14-07
    Relisted and reserve not met at US $160,201.00 on Aug-14-08

    "This 73 RS was delivered new in Milan, Italy in Feb 1973. The car was originally black on black and a (M472) touring optioned vehicle. It is one of only 62 RS's originally painted black. The options on the car were black leatherette and seats in Perlon -corduroy. In December of 1983 the car was imported to the US by Rick Popper who owned it until 10/8/1984 when he sold it to well known Porsche collector Prescott Kelly. Mr. Kelly showed the car in concours and used it as a drivers ed track car until the original paint failed in 1986. Prescott had Jim Newton restore the car and convert it to lightweight (M471) specs using all genuine factory original parts. The car was so nice he couldnt drive and enjoy it so in September of 1992 he sold it to Ray Alvarado in Los Angeles, CA. July 1993 the RS was sold at auction to an unknown buyer. In 1994 # 618 was advertised in HMN having been painted to the famous white with blue graphics RS color scheme when it was sold to Kerry Morse. Jim Oppenheimer of Toad Hall Racing acquired the car for his personal collection until he sold it in 2000. This RS still has its original engine and gearbox and features very rare original factory light weight parts. The car has been in a private Porsche collection since 2001 and has only been driven occasionally. It is an incredible car to drive and was displayed in the historical collection at the PCA 50th anniversary Porsche Parade 2005. This RS was used in a comparison test with a new RS America at Lime Rock in spring of 1993 that was featured in Porsche Panorama. Photos of the car also were included in PCNAs introductory press kit for the RS America. Car includes all of the ownership and import documents as well as service records."
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    Year: 1973
    VIN Number: 9113600676
    Winning bid: See notes
    Sale date: Oct-16-06
    Notes: Reserve not met at US $50,101.00; "This particular car was delivered from the facory on order to Italy in February 1973. The car was ordered as a 472 or touring version in light yellow on Pirelli tyres and with no further options. Italian law dictated a steel bootlid instead of the ducktail. Following a road accident the car was rebodied on a 1973 body shell and the car was relocated to South Africa through an immigant owner. The car was purchased in 1990 by us and all RS components unique to the original chassis was stripped from the car and fully restored. The donor car carries the chassis number 9113500104, the original 2.7RS engine number 6630684 and full original RS drivetrain. An original unstamped chassis plate is available. We retained the original donor shell color of Viper Green. In current configuration the car has accumulated additional RS options such as new period Recaros and plastic gas tank and sits on refurbished 7 and 8 inch Fuchs shod with Dunlop R rubber. The car has been totally stripped and restored to concours condition and has not been driven subsequently. Paint is perfect, no chips. Engine was stripped to long block and refurbished. It carries all the correct RS fittings including original 019 MFI pump. Heat exchangers and exhaust is new stainless steel factory fittings. All trim is new, even with new H4s. Original aluminium brakes, rollbars, correct small RS steering wheel, 160mph speedo, 7200rpm revcounter. Interior is new, carpets correct, new hoodlining, seats covered in Blackwatch cloth. The side stripes are in black positive decal and an extra ducktail is included with the car. Otherwise the car is immaculate and ready to roll. Many of the original RS cars have been rebodied over time so this should not detract from the desirability of such a car."
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    Year: 1973
    VIN Number: 9113604620
    Winning bid: See notes
    Sale date: Nov-05-06

    Discussed here -> http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...ad.php?t=12803

    Notes: Reserve not met at US $159,350.00; "The Carrera RS was available for sale only in Europe and the example offered here was originally sold to a Porsche-dealer in Bavaria, Germany.

    In 1978 it passed to a family who kept the Porsche until recently.

    The car was not driven and kept in a dry storage facility between 1990 and 2000.

    All of the original paperwork, including the old cardboard logbook comes with the beast.

    Rare matching numbers still retains the red fan shroud and Bosch mechanical Fuel Injection.

    NO OIL LEAKS!"
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    2006 Pricing

    1973 Porsche Carrera RS Coupe
    <b>(Excellent Values)</b>


    JAN $114,400 N/A N/A

    MAR $120,000 $5,600 4.90%

    MAY $128,000 $8,000 6.67%

    JULY $160,000 $32,000 25.00%

    SEPT $176,000 $16,000 10.00%

    NOV$ 179,200 $3,200 1.82%

    All the really "crazy" appreciation money was made between 2004 and 2006. Lows were $75K "way back" then.

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    Year: 1973
    VIN Number: 9113600308
    Winning bid: See notes
    Sale date: Nov-27-06
    Notes: Reserve not met at EUR 120,050.00 (Approximately US $157,505.60); "VERITABLE PORSCHE CARRERA 2.7 RS (coupé Touring) 16/01/1973 87000 KM d'origine état concours, restauration complète dans les ateliers Porsche ( factures ) n° de serie 9113600308 Moteur 6 cylindres à plat, refroidis par air Cylindrée(cm3) : 2687 Alésagexcourse (mm) : 90x70,4 Puissance (kw:ch) : 154/210 à 6300 tr/mn Taux de compression 8,5:1 Distribution : soupapes en tete, 2 par cylindre Alimentation : injection mécanique Bosch, indirecte Boite de vitesses: 5 rapports, levier manuel Transmission : propultion Roues av:ar 6jx15/7jx15 Pneus av et ar : 185/70/VR/15 et 215/60/VR/15 Freins av et ar disques refroidis intérieurement Voies av/ar (mm) : 1372/1394 Empattement (mm) : 2271 Dimensions (LxIxH mm) : 4147 x 1652 x 1320 Poids à vide (kg) : 960 (1075) Accélération 0-100 : 6,3s Vitesse de pointe (Km/h) : 240

    Livraison possible dans le monde ( sous reserve de devis par un transporteur) + de photos sur demande N° moteur 6630320 Dossier complet du véhicule"
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    Year: 1973
    VIN Number: 9113600866
    Winning bid: See notes
    Sale date: May-02-07
    Notes: Reserve not met at US $221,600.00

    Discussed here -> http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...ad.php?t=12185

    "A FULLY RESTORED 1973 PORSCHE CARRERA RS. THIS RS RUNS AND DRIVES XLNT! NOT JUST RESTORED BUT SORTED OUT TO PERFORM LIKE IT DID WHEN NEW. FULL MECHANICAL AS WELL AS COSMETIC RESTORATION WAS PERFORMED SINCE 2004. PURCHASED FROM A WELL KNOWN AND VERY CAPABLE PORSCHE ENTHUSIAST WHO HAD MORE RESOURCES THAN MOST TO PURSUE AND ACQUIRE CARS FOR HIS COLLECTION. PHOTOGRAPHS DETAILING COSMETIC AND MECHANICAL WORK PERFORMED. RECEIPTS FOR ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION RENEW. ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION ARE THE CORRECT MATCHING NUMBERS TO THIS CHASSIS AS SUPPORTED AND VALIDATED BY PORSCHE CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY."
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    RS's are regularly for sale around Europe. Here's a red one-owner currently being offered for € 139K in Germany:

    http://mobile.de/SIDuQRFXROP.8ZdcDdu...1111268654420&
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