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  1. #1801
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    Munich, Germany

    Sorry, my bad.

  2. #1802
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    Munich, Germany
    1972 911 RSR "R1"

    € 3.750.000
    VIN: 9113600019

    For sure has some interesting kind of provenance...

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    73 RS Posted on Pelican.
    Early 911S Registry member#775

  4. #1804
    Senior Member 72targa's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave29 View Post
    73 RS Posted on Pelican.
    Link? I searched to no avail...
    Peter Kane

    '72 911S Targa
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  5. #1805
    Quote Originally Posted by 72targa View Post
    Link? I searched to no avail...
    It is the RS at Symbolic in San Diego.

    01-24-2019 Pelican thread Copy:
    We just got in this great and rare colored "Bahia Red" RS with 50,000 original miles.
    This car has a documented history and is a rare spec'd example. I would go so far as to unofficially name it the 2.7 RS "Luxury". haha
    Not quite concours quality, but a very nice, and respectable driver (also not $750k+).
    - 50,000 Original Miles
    - "Bahia Red" with Black 'Sport' Seated Interior (1 of only 42 Bahia's)
    - Limited-Slip Differential (option: M220)
    - Round White Front Driving Lamps (option: M458)
    - Power Sunroof (option: M650)
    - Power Windows (option: M651)
    - Full Engine Re-Built Completed In 2012 (less than 3,000 miles ago)
    As you can see, it is a fully spec'd RS with some interesting options.
    Please contact Brent @ Symbolic International in San Diego with any questions or offers.
    $615,000 USD (obo)

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    Doug Dill

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

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    It doesn't look like this one has been posted in this thread yet.


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    From searching on here it looks like it has an interesting history

  7. #1807


    Quote Originally Posted by rs27rules View Post

    VIN = 9113601528

    '. . . This car, chassis 1528 is the fifth from last Sport 471 car built and was originally supplied new in Germany where it remained until 1988 being used mainly for hill climbs including the Trento/Bondone hill climb. The car was then imported to England via Guernsey in 1989 and was bought soon after by Fred Hampton a former Porsche GB president. This car has been checked by marque experts Renn Sport who confirm the cars originality and that it is also a matching numbers example . . .'


  8. #1808

    FS: @European Collectibles - '73 RS - 1364

    Was for sale last summer at a Riviera Beach, Florida dealer for US$$699,000
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    European Collectibles, Costa Mesa, CA
    1973 Porsche 2.7L 911 Carrera RS Coupe
    VIN: 9113601364
    Engine: 6631329
    Trans: 831325
    Color: Light Yellow/Black
    Mileage: 69,518 km (indicated)
    Price: US$674,500

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    Dealer Description:

    This 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS, VIN 9113601364, was completed at the factory in May 1973. The build specification called for Light Yellow paint a black leatherette interior, sport seats left and right, a manual antenna (left) with a front loudspeaker and noise suppression and Dunlop Tires. The Certificate of Authenticity on file also lists an additional rear apron (muffler skirt), but since this option isn't listed on the Kardex or in either of Dr. Konradsheim books, we assume the COA has a minor mistake.

    Shortly after being completed (June 1973), it was sold to its first owner, Dr. Heisse & Co. of Germany. In September 1976, Heisse sold it to Fa. Herbert Hildebrandt who sold it to Kurt Hermann in February 1978. Hermann sold it later that year to Rolf Zander who owned it until October 1979 when it was sold to Wolf-Hendrick Unger.

    Hendrick Unger has a longstanding history with Porsche and motorsports. He contested many marathon rallies in the 1980s including contesting Paris-Dakar Rallye twice in Porsche 959s. During his ownership of this car, which lasted well through the 1980s, he drove it as a support vehicle to Jurgen Barth and Roland Kussmaul in the 1982 Monte Carlo Rallye. Barth and Kussmaul finished 10th overall and 2nd in Group B behind a 911 SC. Amazingly the credentials and livery from that race are still with the car today. We have three magnets, one metal plate, and both front and rear license plates. They are in exceptionally well-preserved condition.

    In August of 1988, the car was sold to a Japanese collector who imported it to Japan and did what any self-respecting Japanese RS owner would do, he had it painted white. Over the next twenty years, it remained in the same collection and was serviced by the local dealer. In 2008, the Japanese collector sold it Gregor Fisken of London and back to Europe the car went. After arriving at Fiskens, it was sent to European Porsche specialists, Maxted Paige and Prill, for a major service. While in their care (2008), a buyer was found and the car was quickly sold to their German client. In 2010 the German Client (Classic Motors GMBH) sold it via Coys to a Canadian who would own the car until it was sold to European Collectibles in 2019. This owner, a well-known Porsche collector, imported it to Canada in 2010 and left the car in its Grand Prix White/Blue livery until 2013 when a full nut and bolt restoration commenced. The stunning work that brought the car to the condition it is in today was performed by Jakobs who are well-respected “High Performance Porsche Repair Specialists.” From 2013 until 2015, every nut and bolt was restored or replaced as needed and all mechanical systems were completely rebuilt. We have over fifty pages of detailed invoices for the work performed by Jakobs, and the total cost was $196,693 CDN (equal to USD 185,650 using an average conversion rate for 2013/2014).

    This is a beautifully restored 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS that is finished in its original color combination of Light Yellow with a black leatherette interior. It retains its original matching numbers engine, verified body number, and is complete with all options initially delivered. It has a thick binder that documents its entire life via an original German Fahrzeugbrief, import/export documents, Japanese records, restoration photos, restoration invoices, COA from Porsche and Porsche Kardex.
    Doug Dill

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

  9. #1809
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    Sebring 73 RSR for sale in the UK. Might have missed it elsewhere but just in case

  10. #1810
    Quote Originally Posted by 911MRP View Post
    Sebring 73 RSR for sale in the UK. Might have missed it elsewhere but just in case
    VIN: 9113600705

    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 05-17-2019 at 09:18 AM. Reason: Fix typo
    Doug Dill

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

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