This backdate Porsche is a '78 non-sunroof coupe that has been transformed to re-create the world-famous 1973 2.7 RS. Powered by correct, rebuilt 3.0-liter 6-cylinder engine (Serial #6290921) and shifted via its 5-speed manual gearbox. Finished in Viper Green over black interior, this features 1973 OEM early metal fenders, early window frames, pop-out quarter windows and fiberglass hood, ducktail and bumpers. It's equipped with 930 brake system with Rennsport Systems 2-piece front rotors, M&K sport muffler and Webb Machine stainless airbox with pop-off valve. It features Boge front struts with Bilstein inserts and Bilstein rear shocks. It rides on 7"" front and 9.5"" rear Fuchs wheels that have been media blasted, painted, clear-coated and wrapped in Toyo R888 tires. Interior features include ventless leather dash, lower dash accessory delete, '73 glove box door, 930 150 mph speedometer, RS carpet and panels, Rs-style seats with sliders, short shifter with fresh bushings/seals, MOMO steering wheel with Porsche horn button and Vosstek pedals. Exterior features include '73 mirrors, handles and hood straps. If you have any questions or would like to set up a time to come see it, give us a call at 303-656-6534
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