1973 Porsche 911T Twin-Plug Outlaw
Offered for sale by K2 Motorcars is this incredible modified,
non-sunroof 1973 Porsche 911T Twin-Plug Outlaw car built with
guidance from Magnus Walker. The previous owner acquired the car in
2013 after it had been placed on consignment by Brian Cunningham,
grandson of American racing icon Briggs Cunningham. Power is
provided by a fuel-injected, twin-plug, 2.8L flat-six, which was
built by TLG Auto using the original case and is mated to a 915
transaxle equipped with Guard limited-slip differential. The car is
finished in Gemini Blue and features rear fender flares, gold
exterior accents, a louvered rear decklid, fifteen52 Outlaw wheels,
and suspension refurbished by TLG using Elephant Racing parts. The
interior is equipped with Recaro sport seats, a roll bar, and a
custom fiberglass dash made by Rod Emory. This 911T is now offered
with a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, records from the build,
and a clean Florida title.
Originally Gold Metallic, the car had already been repainted in
Gemini Blue when it was acquired by the previous owner. Magnus
Walker is friend of the previous owner and provided creative
direction on the subsequent modifications, which included
installation of a custom louvered rear decklid, as well as fitment
and metal work performed by Rod Emory. Scuffs are present on the
underside of the front bumper, and sandblasting is visible in the
finish near the wheel arches.
The car is equipped with rear fender flares, as well as an oil
cooler mounted in the passenger-side front wheel well. Magnus
Walkers painter added stripes in the factory Gold Metallic color on
the front and rear lids. Additional features include European-style
headlight rings, a 911S-style front spoiler, a dual-outlet sport
exhaust, and gold Porsche side script.
The Fifteen52 Outlaw 001 two-piece forged wheels were ordered by
Magnus Walker for the previous owner with a custom matte finish as
shown on an invoice included in the records. The 157 #8243; fronts
feature an offset of ET23, while the 158 #8243; rears have an
offset of ET10. Pirelli Cinturato P7 tires measure 205/50 up front
and 225/50 out back.
Recaro sport seats are upholstered in black, and the cabin is also
equipped with a four-point, bolt-in roll bar. The rear seatbacks
have been removed, and lightweight door panels are fitted. The
amber fiberglass dash was made by Rod Emory, and other interior
modifications include a 917-style wood shift knob and a
leather-wrapped MOMO Prototipo steering wheel. Silver-dot VDO
instrumentation includes a centrally-mounted 8k-rpm tachometer,
150-mph speedometer, oil, and fuel level gauge, oil
pressure/temperature gauge, and an analog clock. The odometer was
reset during the build, and approximately 5,400 miles have been
The injected flat-six engine was rebuilt and modified by TLG using
the original 2.4L case. It now displaces 2.8 liters and is equipped
with twin-plug cylinder heads. It reportedly produced 220
horsepower at the rear wheels during dyno tuning, which is sent to
the rear wheels via a Type 915 five-speed manual transmission. The
gearbox is equipped with a Guard limited-slip differential and was
recently rebuilt and strengthened by Marty Mehterian.
Stamping *6130800* is pictured above and corresponds to the number
shown on the Porsche CoA, confirming the originality of the engine
case. The transmission carries number 7333419, which indicates a
short-ratio gearbox produced in 1973.
TLG removed the suspension from the car for refurbishment and
fitted an Elephant Racing adjustable bump steer kit, Bilstein Sport
dampers, 22mm front torsion bars, 27mm rear torsion bars,
adjustable rear spring plates, and new bushings.
A sample of receipts from Emory Motorsports, fifteen52, and TLG
Auto are shown in the gallery, including records for more than $51k
in work from the latter. The Porsche Certificate of Authenticity
shows the factory colors, equipment, and powertrain numbers.