This beautiful car is a detailed re-creation of the original #24 934 RSR Turbo that ran at Le Mans in the European GT championship in 1976, and is wrapped in the iconic orange Jagermeister Livery. Built using a 1986 Porsche 930 Turbo coupe as the foundation, this build was undertaken to accurately represent an iconic race car to a most exacting aesthetic representation and is powered by an original matching-numbers 3.3-liter Turbo CIS engine and 4-speed manual transmission. It has 120,076 original miles (mileage not indicated on the title), but engine was professionally rebuilt at 83,000 miles in 2013. CARFAX shows Arizona damage report on 10/04/2002: Accident reported involving right rear impact, vehicle towed; Georgia damage report on 04/18/2009: Accident reported involving rear impact; Arizona damage report on 11/12/2010: Accident reported, vehicle involved in a rear-end collision with another motor vehicle, vehicle functional.
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