This amazing race car is one of the most coveted of all cars ever.
Starting in 1973 and built till 1975 these cars went on to win
everywhere they were entered.
These models, valued by collectors, are considered by many to be the greatest classic 911s of all-time. RS stands for Rennsport in German, meaning "racing sport", R was with wider track and body work and intended as a race car.
This particular RSR was built originally in 1978 to be used as a race car, after many years of success she was retired and parked for a long slumber. She was found by Jim Hendricks (John James Racing) in the late 90's and purchased to once again become the beast you see today. Jim raced her personally and won at least 1 championship campaigning her as she sits today.
Technically she has been modified to be barely street legal, lightweight headlights were added, turn signals wired, 17" wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport tires and a horn. This dual purpose car is equally at home on track or on favorite backroads.
Powered by a 3.3 liter engine with Weber carburetors, 5 speed transmission, 911 S brakes and full race suspension. The car currently makes 285hp and runs like a scalded ape!
Comes with recent service receipts, full inspection by independent Porsche service facility and SCCA logbook.
Asking Price USD 109,995 obo trade ins gladly considered. Leasing and finance options are available - trades are gladly considered.
San Francisco Sports Cars
191 Industrial Rd
San Carlos, CA 94070
If you have an exotic sports car or an entire collection to consign and are anywhere in California, please consider San Francisco Sports Cars
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