The paint is of good quality, well taut. A spoiler like the one fitted on the last Carrera 2,7 or Turbo. The car is equipped with a spoiler like the one used on the last Carrera 2,7 or Turbo, and was already equipped in 2000 when it arrived in France. The leathers are the original ones and very well preserved with a nice patina. Mechanically it works perfectly. It starts at the quarter turn, the engine takes its turns perfectly and sings like a 2,7 Carrera should. The gearbox shifts well without hangs.
Trade-in and financing possible.
Photo credits Kevin van Campenhout for Eleven Cars
After the end of the production of the mythical 911 2.7 RS 1973, Porsche initiated a production of Carrera for markets outside the US quite similar to the 2.7 RS. This car was based on the new G Series, while taking the 2.7 from the 73 RS. The car was equipped with the 911 /83 MFI (mechanical injection) engine developing 210 hp at 6300 rpm. The new G Series was easily recognizable with its gusseted bumpers and longer hood. All Carrera 2.7 MFI in 1974 were either equipped with the ducktail or with a flat hood. The 1975 had the whale tail spoiler. The Carrera 2.7 had the same weight of the 2.7 RS Touring, i.e. 1075 kilos. The engine of this car is absolutely fabulous, and its sound unmatched. At that time, the car had performance, and Motors magazine timed the Carrera 2.7 with a time of 5.5 seconds on the time of 5.5 seconds for 0-60 mph. Porsche would build 1,633 Carrera 2.7 MFI coupes and 631 Targas) between late 1973 and 1976.