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    FS: @Maxted-Page --- '73 RS . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by 911MRP View Post
    . . . more '73 RS for sale in the UK, more info at dealer site:

    1973 Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS Touring - M472 RHD Chassis #911 360 0509 Engine #6630532 GP White/Blue. A second series 2.7 Carrera RS Touring that reportedly still retains its original factory engine and is one of just 93 genuine UK supplied RHD RS cars . . .
    VIN = 9113600509
    Eng# = 6630532
    Trans# = ?

    '. . . An early production 2.7 Carrera RS Touring, which still retains its original factory engine (no: 6630532) and is one of just 93, genuine UK supplied RHD cars, manufactured by Porsche in Stuttgart, West Germany in January 1973.

    Finished in Grand Prix White with Blue scripts and Blue Fuchs alloy rims, the car was also fitted with the following factory equipment from new:
    102 Heated rear window
    409 Recaro Sports seats left and right
    651 Electric windows

    Ownership history:
    Supplied new by Maltins Porsche and first registered in March 1973.
    Gerald Patrick Stonhill, Oxford: March 1973 - April 1979
    Bridge End Services, Alcester: April 1979 - October 1987
    Richard William Colton, Wellingborough: October 1987 - November 1993
    John Howard White, London: November 1993 - December 1995
    David Vine, Newton Ferrers: December 1995 - March 2004
    Eagle Engineering, Uckfield: March 2004 - July 2009
    Amanda Madden, Atherstone: July 2009 - December 2010
    Current owner, London: December 2010 - Present day

    The car comes complete with a comprehensively documented history file, with all paperwork/bills from 1987 when the car was supplied on 14th March 1987 by Autofarm, at 82,000 miles to its second owner, Richard Colton of Wellingborough. Autofarm continued to maintain the car for Colton until 1993 when John Howard White acquired it and later exported it to Guernsey. In 1995 the car returned to the mainland and was sold to David Vine of Newton Ferrers, Devon with 100,000 miles. Vine then owned the car for the next ten years, during which time he covered a further 25,000 miles and commissioned a full re-paint by R.S. Panels in 1998 and a new headlining fitted by Suffolk & Turley. In 2005, the car was then acquired by BRDC member and historic racer – Murray Smith, who kept the car with Eagle Engineering. In 2009 the car returned to Autofarm with 128,500 miles for a full service, plus fitment of a replacement carpet set and was acquired by Amanda Madden. In 2010, Maxted-Page supplied the car to its last owner to date. Since then the car has had further comprehensive maintenance servicing and improvements carried out by both Autofarm and Maxted-Page & Prill, including a recent suspension overhaul, gearbox rebuild, new paint and remedial bodywork, plus a full service.

    The Carrera RS remains not only the iconic Porsche of the Seventies, but remains to be an outstanding road-car to drive at any opportunity as well as being a blue-chip investment for the future. This original, early RHD example is well known in Porsche circles and offered in excellent condition throughout, with a fully documented history file . . .

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