-Viper Green with Black Lightweight interior, Uprated 2.7 liter
Flat 6 cylinder engine (from 2.2 Liter), 5-speed "915" gearbox,
Built from 1973 911T Coupe, 3,500 miles since completion of
This exceptional RSR was built from a two-owner, original
California and original Viper Green 1973 911T. Built during its
second ownership, the goal was to create the ultimate RSR tribute.
Many factory OEM Porsche parts were utilized and no stone was left
unturned during the restoration. The 911 was completely stripped
for its bare metal repaint. During the strip down, there was no
rust found anywhere. The floor pans and front suspension are all
original, including the undercoating.
Upgrades included RSR steel front and rear fenders, RSR fiberglass
front and rear bumpers, factory RS ducktail, factory Fuchs RSR
alloy wheels, front strut support, European headlights, and factory
dated 1973 Plastic RS fuel tank. The front and rear RSR flares were
butt-welded by RS Motors, with RSR reinforcements to correct RSR
specification and the bodywork was done by Esposito Porsche
Restoration in North Hollywood. Upon RSR bodywork completion, the
RSR was painted in its original Viper Green by Kundensport.
Interior upgrades included a new Ivory headliner, German carpets,
lightweight door panels, door handles, lightweight carpeting, and
Recaro style sport seats.
The upgraded RS spec 2.7 Liter Flat 6 was built by ANDIAL Racing on
a 1971 Magnesium 911E case. The engine was disassembled, inspected,
and detailed by Valley European. The 915 5-speed gearbox is a
magnesium case with a limited-slip differential that has been
disassembled, checked, cleaned, and is running with stock ratio
gears. MKS Performance installed new front shocks, rear coil-overs,
reinforcements to the rear coil-over mounting points, front
suspension strut reinforcements and alloy RS front calipers. The
RSR was then sent to California Porsche Restoration (CPR) for final
assembly. After completion, it was sent to Swiss Motors in Culver
City to be fully dialed in.
This superb RSR represents many years of marque specialist
attention and costs exceeding $150,000, not including the donor
911T. An exceptional example in every way, this RSR has covered a
mere 3,000 miles since its restoration. Previously under the care
of a Porsche enthusiast and collector, this is a turn-key RSR that
is ready for immediate enjoyment.