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A backdated Rennsport Rennwagen (RSR), literally translated a racing car with hints to the past. How did this come about?
Since the crisis, there has been a glorification of the circular saw and modern creativity. The lines of a classic car are seen here only as a suggestion or inspiration. This has given large companies like Singer a lot of support. Modern driving characteristics combined with classic looks is also something you can only fall in love with.
This is something they understand very well at PureBreedFactory. Trendy vintage colour combinations with horrific technical specs make it the ultimate driver's car and a feast for the eyes.
However, an RSR, or Rennsport Rennwagen version of the 911 was not created as a show pony. This racehorse from Stuttgart had to be able to fly. Hence a lightweight flywheel, independently adjustable shock absorbers, Weber carburettors and 964 brakes. An LSD installed for decent cornering, and everything made lightweight. Fully electronic ignition, a revised 3 litre engine together with a short shifter 5-speed gearbox complete the picture.
The 3.0SC wrapped up in a chunky backdated look with 16" copper coloured Fuchs wheels, sunroof and a turbo interior, everything Magnus Walker worshippers want.