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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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    FS: @CollectingCars - RHD '73 911RS - 0509

    Collecting Cars Website Auction, Banbury, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, July 17, 2020
    1973 Porsche RHD 2.7L 911RS Carrera, Lot 00832
    VIN: 9113600509
    Engine: 6630532
    Trans: 7830512
    Color: Grand Prix White/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 135,863 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: +6% Buyer's Premium (minimum £600, maximum £6,000, includes VAT)
    Sold for: £439,000/~US$552,000

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    Auction Description:

    This Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS is an excellent example of one of the most celebrated and coveted classic sport cars from Stuttgart, which has a well-documented history. Under the engine lid is the original numbers-matching 2.7-litre air-cooled flat-six, producing around 210bhp, driving the rear wheels through a five-speed manual transmission. The odometer shows 135,863 miles from new.

    Understood to be one of just 93 genuine UK right-hand-drive examples built, it was completed in February 1973 and was first registered a month later. The log book shows nine previous keepers, and the substantial history file details the ownership right back to its original delivery. One of its previous owners was the late Richard Colton, a well-known collector who bequeathed a Ferrari 250 GT SWB and a 275 GTB/4 to the RNLI in 2015. Having been cherished and enjoyed throughout its life, it is now offered by the trade to another enthusiast.

    This car left the factory finished in Grand Prix White, embellished with blue lettering along the flanks, as well as the optional blue painted alloy wheel centres. The interior was trimmed in black leatherette, and it is also equipped with the heated rear screen, Recaro sport seats, and electric windows. While it is common to see a sunroof on the Carrera 2.7 RS, this is one of the minority of UK cars specified without one.

    The bodywork of this RS is in great shape, with impressive shut lines and panels gaps all around the car. Its Grand Prix White finish was completely renewed by RS Panels in 1998, and it has had remedial body improvements and some fresh paint in more recent years as well. There are some imperfections in the paintwork, commensurate with being driven and enjoyed as intended, but as the photos show, this is a smart example that presents very well indeed.

    All of the light lenses are in good order, as are the metal bezels around the headlights, and the single door mirror. The door shuts, bonnet and boot shuts also present well, with only minor blemishes like the rest of the body. It rides on the correct 15-inch Fuchs alloy wheels, which are in great shape, with unmarked metal rims, bright blue paint on the centre petals, and black wheel bolts.

    In the cabin, the front seats are upholstered with corduroy style centre panels, and are in superb condition with no damage and virtually no wear to speak of. There is a record in the file of the seats being re-trimmed in 1992. The rear seats are also in good order, folding flat to create more luggage space if needed. Its dashboard and switchgear appear to be original, and ahead of the driver is a full complement of VDO dials that all work perfectly. The headlining was renewed in 1998 by coachtrimmer Suffolk and Turley - around the same time that the car was repainted - and it still looks very smart today, with no damage or sagging. In 2009, Autofarm fitted a replacement set of carpets throughout.

    Mechanically, this Carrera 2.7 RS is in excellent condition, having been well-maintained over the years by the likes of Maltin Porsche, Autofarm, and Maxted-Page and Prill. Within the last decade, the car has covered less than 6,000 miles, and has benefited from a full suspension overhaul and gearbox rebuild during this period. It has just received a full service from recognised specialist Tuthill Porsche in Oxfordshire, where the car can also be viewed.

    The most recent MOT test was on 4 June 2019 at 135,863 miles, which resulted in a first-time pass with no advisories whatsoever. Because of the six-month extension, the next annual test is not due until 7 December 2020. Its wheels are shod in a full set of Pirelli P6000 tyres, in size 195/65 R15 at the front and 215/60 R15 at the rear, which are date-coded to 2009 and remain in good condition with plenty of tread.

    Accompanying this 911 is an absolutely superb history file, containing detailed records of previous owners dating right back to 1973. An original driver’s manual and Carrera RS supplement is also included. There is an extensive amount of paperwork pertaining to minor and major maintenance throughout the car’s life, and a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity is also present. There are three keys, a full-size spare wheel, and a tool kit.

    This Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS is a wonderful example of one of the most desirable collector cars, and a genuine icon among 1970s classics. While more than 1,500 were built, this is an exceptionally rare and original right-hand-drive car, which remains in its factory colour scheme. It is a terrific driver’s car, with exciting performance and handling, while being comfortable enough to use for longer road trips. Presented in impressive condition throughout, and well known within the Porsche community, this Carrera RS would be a credit to any collection.

    All cars and motorbikes on Collecting Cars are run through an online HPI check. This vehicle shows no insurance database markers for damage or theft, and has no finance owing.
    Doug Dill

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

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    FS: @Lusso - #0509

    Lusso Prestige LTD, Reigate, UK
    1973 Porsche 2.7L RHD 911 Carrera RS
    VIN: 9113600509
    Engine: 6630532
    Trans: 7830512
    Color: Grand Prix White w/Blue Trim/Black Interior
    Mileage: 137,526 (indicated)
    Price: £429,950 /~US$517,400

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    Dealer Description:

    We are pleased to offer for sale this Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS Touring. The most emblematic model in Porsche’s illustrious history and the first ever to adorn the now synonymous ‘RS’ moniker. Developed to meet motorsport homologation requirements, the RS had a larger engine displacement over other 911’s of that period with an increase in power to 210hp. Other performance enhancements came thanks to revised and stiffened suspension, larger brakes, wider rear wheels and arches and of course the now iconic ‘Ducktail’ rear spoiler.
    One of just 93 UK supplied, right hand drive examples and confirmed as matching numbers and an original ‘non-sunroof’ car. This excellent example is still finished in its original factory colour of Grand Prix White with Blue lettering and comes with an extensive history file dating right back to 1973. Within the file is a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, documented ownership transfers dating back to the very first owner, maintenance records throughout its life and more recently a thorough in depth mechanical and cosmetic inspection by one of the country’s leading Porsche specialists, Maxted-Page.
    Having undergone a paint refresh in 1998 by RS Panels, the car still presents very well and has just undergone an annual service at Tuthill Porsche. In the last 10 years whilst covering less than 7,000 miles, the car has benefited from a full suspension overhaul and gearbox rebuild. The history file really does need to be seen to be fully appreciated.
    The car comes complete with original drivers manual and owners supplement and a full set of brand new, period correct tyres will be fitted prior to sale so the car can be enjoyed in all it’s glory.
    Doug Dill

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

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    Also comes with a nice incorrect rear slam panel plus other incorrect things like the drivers side door handle
    Clyde Boyer

    1973 2.4E Coupe RHD Aussie 5 speed
    1973 2.4E Coupe RHD Aussie 5 speed my first ever 911 (1995)
    2016 M3 Competition

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    First Aussie R Gruppe Member #366
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