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  1. #2291

    FS: @Artcurial Monaco - 9113600377

    From a few months back:
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    Artcurial Auction Monaco, 19 July, 2021
    1973 Porsche 2.7L 911 Carrera RS Touring, Lot 144
    VIN: 9113600377
    Engine: 6630402
    Trans: -
    Color: Aubergine/Black
    Mileage: 09,489 km (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: €400,000 - 600,000
    Sold for: US$571,689/€483,952

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    Auction Description:

    - One of 16 cars delivered with 'Aubergine' paintwork
    - Matching numbers, ex-Collection JC Miloé
    - One of the best Porsche 911s of all time
    - Delivered with its original seats

    The 'Carrera RS' was the first true 'client-competition' version of the 911 and is still considered to be one of the best 911s ever built. To develop this version, the constructor relied on a tried and tested formula: reducing the weight and increasing the power. Aesthetic modifications, such as wider rear wheel arches to accommodate larger wheels and a rear 'duck tail' spoiler made their appearance. For the interior, clients could choose between 'Touring' trim similar to the 911 S production model, or 'Lightweight' trim, which was stripped out to reduce the weight further. The final number built exceeded 1500, well above the 500 initially planned to gain GT homologation. Building on this incredible success, the model evolved to incorporate new features, in line with racing regulations, maintaining the 'client-competition' tradition that few other marques have been able to match as consistently.

    The 2.7 RS that we are presenting has several unique qualities. As its Porsche certificate indicates, it was delivered new in Germany on 8 January 1973 in one of the rarest colours: Aubergine (ref. 4040) with a black headlining (ref. 025). Only 16 RS models were delivered in this colour. Its engine, no. 6630402, is the one with which it left the factory, fitted to chassis no. 0377. It is thus one of the first 500 built, with a lighter body due to the use of thin-gauge steel.
    This iconic model of the marque has been in the hands of the son of one of the greatest French collectors, who registered it on 20 January 2005, acquiring it from another leading Porsche collector, Jean-Claude Miloé. M. Miloé had himself purchased the car from Jean-Patrick Flandé, who kept it for a good ten years and drove it for some 90.000 km. He had bought it in Switzerland in the mid-1980s. Since then, it has been maintained by Valentin Kaiser, the widely known manager of the Porsche Classic Center in Paris. He rebuilt the engine when the car was owned by M. Flandé, and at the same time the 16in wheels were fitted and improvements made to the oil system. The current owner had the original seats (which will be supplied with the car) replaced by more heavily bolstered Recaro seats offering increased comfort. He told us that he had never driven the car on track, using it only to travel to his family home in the Sologne or for leisure trips. In very good condition, well maintained and fitted with its original engine, this is one of only 16 2.7 RS Tourings finished in 'Aubergine' and one of the first 500 built. A rare find for any lover of the make and model!

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    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 11-13-2021 at 01:43 PM. Reason: Added Photos
    Doug Dill

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

  2. #2292
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    Love that color ....

    Estimation 400 000 - 600 000 €. ($457,823 - $686,734)

    Sold 483,952 € ($526,000 +/-)
    Haasman

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  3. #2293

    FS: @British Sportscars - Grand Prix White 0046

    British & Sports Cars, Hengstenberg, 111, 3090 Overijse, Belgium
    1973 Porsche 2.7L 911 Carrera RS Touring
    VIN: 9113600046
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Grand Prix White/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 91,650 km (indicated)
    Price: "Price-on-Request"

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    Dealer Description:

    Nothing at time of post.
    Doug Dill

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

  4. #2294

    FS: @Boxer Motor - Tangerine 1035

    July 2016 - reference to Pflegepass
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    Boxer Motor & klassische Automobile GmbH, Robert-Koch-Straße 7-8, 72359 Dotternhausen, Germany
    1973 Porsche 2.7L 911 Carrera RS
    VIN: 9113601035
    Engine: 6631015
    Trans: -
    Color: Tangerine/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 84,558 km (indicated)
    Price: "Price-on-Request"

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    Dealer Description:

    Porsche 911 2,7l Carrera RS Touring - "sports car icon".

    - vehicle inside and outside in very good condition
    - vehicle technology in very good, overhauled condition
    - German first delivery to the "Berckmüller" company
    - original care passport available
    - TÜV/ AU new, H-approval
    - Value appraisal new
    - financing and leasing possible
    - vehicle has been thoroughly and thoroughly checked, (result per request)
    - History of the vehicle documented
    - Color designation Porsche: "blood orange

    This original 2,7l Carrera RS convinces by its optically and technically very good impression.
    The 2,7l is immediately ready for use and can be used. The engine, type 911/83 as well as the gearbox 915/08 have been overhauled by a German specialist and are in perfect condition.
    The 2.7l has been modified over time, for minor use. This is revealed by the emergency stop switch between the gauges, the screwed roll bar in the interior, or the welded-in strut brace in the front trunk. To have the 2.7l fully operational, an odometer is needed, as well as the built-in Halda "Twinmaster".
    The car has two Recaro sports seats in black leatherette and corduroy seat center.

    Further details about the chassis number, delivery and equipment, as well as the history we answer you gladly by request.
    Doug Dill

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by DOUGS73E View Post
    From a few months back:
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    Artcurial Auction Monaco, 19 July, 2021
    1973 Porsche 2.7L 911 Carrera RS Touring, Lot 144
    VIN: 9113600377
    Engine: 6630402
    Trans: -
    Color: Aubergine/Black
    Mileage: 09,489 km (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: €400,000 - 600,000
    Sold for: US$571,689/€483,952



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    Auction Description:

    - One of 16 cars delivered with 'Aubergine' paintwork
    - Matching numbers, ex-Collection JC Miloé
    - One of the best Porsche 911s of all time
    - Delivered with its original seats

    The 'Carrera RS' was the first true 'client-competition' version of the 911 and is still considered to be one of the best 911s ever built. To develop this version, the constructor relied on a tried and tested formula: reducing the weight and increasing the power. Aesthetic modifications, such as wider rear wheel arches to accommodate larger wheels and a rear 'duck tail' spoiler made their appearance. For the interior, clients could choose between 'Touring' trim similar to the 911 S production model, or 'Lightweight' trim, which was stripped out to reduce the weight further. The final number built exceeded 1500, well above the 500 initially planned to gain GT homologation. Building on this incredible success, the model evolved to incorporate new features, in line with racing regulations, maintaining the 'client-competition' tradition that few other marques have been able to match as consistently.

    The 2.7 RS that we are presenting has several unique qualities. As its Porsche certificate indicates, it was delivered new in Germany on 8 January 1973 in one of the rarest colours: Aubergine (ref. 4040) with a black headlining (ref. 025). Only 16 RS models were delivered in this colour. Its engine, no. 6630402, is the one with which it left the factory, fitted to chassis no. 0377. It is thus one of the first 500 built, with a lighter body due to the use of thin-gauge steel.
    This iconic model of the marque has been in the hands of the son of one of the greatest French collectors, who registered it on 20 January 2005, acquiring it from another leading Porsche collector, Jean-Claude Miloé. M. Miloé had himself purchased the car from Jean-Patrick Flandé, who kept it for a good ten years and drove it for some 90.000 km. He had bought it in Switzerland in the mid-1980s. Since then, it has been maintained by Valentin Kaiser, the widely known manager of the Porsche Classic Center in Paris. He rebuilt the engine when the car was owned by M. Flandé, and at the same time the 16in wheels were fitted and improvements made to the oil system. The current owner had the original seats (which will be supplied with the car) replaced by more heavily bolstered Recaro seats offering increased comfort. He told us that he had never driven the car on track, using it only to travel to his family home in the Sologne or for leisure trips. In very good condition, well maintained and fitted with its original engine, this is one of only 16 2.7 RS Tourings finished in 'Aubergine' and one of the first 500 built. A rare find for any lover of the make and model!

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    Those seats remind me of Kim Kardashian for some reason...
    Jeff Jensen

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    for the records

    https://collectingcars.com/for-sale/...qHn1h_MbLVhHmw
    9113601543
    1973 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA 2.7 RS

    Sold 25 November 2021: A$875,500 plus fees
    (US$630k)

    KEY FACTS

    Needing little introduction, this 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 is an eye-catching example of one of the most desirable drivers’ cars, in an exceptionally rare factory colour.
    The 2.7-litre flat-six motor with Bosch mechanical fuel injection is mated to a Type 915 five-speed manual transmission.
    A left-hand drive car presented with low mileage; it is also reported to have a detailed history file.
    EQUIPMENT AND FEATURES

    Developed in order for Porsche to meet their homologation requirements for motorsport, the ‘73 Carrera RS 2.7 was the fastest production 911 the marque had produced, and it had a confident claim as one of the best road cars in the world.
    The 2.7-litre engine incorporated their experience dominating sports car and prototype racing, as well as a stiffer and more finely honed suspension setup.
    The RS had an even more alluring shape thanks to the iconic ‘ducktail’ rear wing and flared arches housing wider rear wheels, bigger tyres and bigger brakes.
    This particular RS 2.7 was ordered from the factory in the remarkably rare hue of Jade Green (code 227).
    In Touring specification, it features chromed front and rear bumper trims, and would originally have had the chrome trim strips along the sills – although these are not present.
    Factory options on this car include additional heating, rear window heating, the limited slip-differential, Recaro sports seats for the passenger and driver, exterior Carrera script and strips, electric antenna with speakers, and a sliding sunroof.
    It is sold with the original handbooks and advertising booklets, Pflegepass and ownership certificate, tool kit, tyre compressor and literature as well as an impressive service history and collection of spare parts including headlights, badges, air and oil filters and the original Blaupunkt radio and cassette system.
    CONDITION

    Believed to be highly original and unrestored, its bodywork appears straight and smart.
    The Jade Green paintwork is in impressive condition, presenting only mild ‘patina’ and some small stone chips in expected areas such as around the front and wheel arches.
    Inside, the black vinyl and corduroy upholstery is thought to be original, and is very well preserved down to the original seat belts. The other textiles and trim are in great shape.
    It is believed to be in sound mechanical condition, and with no known electrical faults nor issues with controls or gauges.
    The most recent roadworthiness test was carried out in September 2021 and the car passed without issue.
    SERVICE HISTORY

    Armstrong Porsche in Wellington most recently serviced the car at 68,000 km, with work including a Warrant of Fitness check ahead of sale.
    Porsche Wellington also performed the two previous services, carrying out routine maintenance.
    SUMMARY

    A car good enough that many still call it the best 911 ever built, and which is dubbed the ‘Holy Grail’ by its current custodian, this 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 is a very smart example of one of the most iconic classic cars of all time. In Touring specification, it is even more usable, while the exceptionally rare and original factory colour makes it a particularly appealing opportunity for marque collectors.
    Last edited by pgxif; 11-25-2021 at 11:16 AM. Reason: Sale price, and Corrected VIN - thanks Cees
    Paul

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    Interesting car and what a superb place to drive it around! Vin number is 1543 and not 1545.

    Thanks,
    Cees
    Last edited by fourteenten; 11-25-2021 at 03:17 AM. Reason: add info

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    Am I reading it right, blurb says recent service at at 68000km but service book shows oil change in 1988 at over 124000km?

    Steve

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    That's what the documentation appears to present.
    Tom White
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    agree it has done "something hundred" and 68 thousand KM's whether the "something" is 100, 200 300 or more is unable to be quantified without a good set of paperwork which this car seems to have.
    but even if it is 268,000 Kms over 48 years that is only 5580 kms a year or 3500 miles a year - not much for a car like that.

    I consider my 73E as a relatively low mileage car and it has done 237,000 MILES or just under 5000 miles a year. I think you almost need to do that many to keep the mechanical side as well as seals etc in good order - after all these cars are supposed to be used not just looked at

    and given the odometer only goes up to 99,999 it is accurate to say it reads 68,000

    for interest it seems to have sold for $875,500K Australian plus costs and fees or about 628,000 USD at today's exchange rate
    Hugh Hodges
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