The Porsche 911 2.7 Carrera RS was launched in 1972 for homologation in rallying and racing and became a sophisticated bestseller. Instead of the required 500 units, 1,580 vehicles were finally produced, of which 1,308 were the comfort-optimised “Touring” version. Today, the 911 Carrera RS is one of Porsche’s ultimate legends and rare classic models. This 911 Carrera RS Touring (code M472) was delivered via the Schmidt-Koch dealership in Bremen and first registered on 11. December 1972 to a company in Bremen (name known). Based on the chassis number, it is the 104th vehicle built and thus belongs to the first 500 examples manufactured for homologation. The original colour scheme was and is “light yellow” (colour code 117-8-1) with interior in black. The Recaro sports seats are finished in a fabric/leatherette combination. The paintwork was renewed in the course of the partial overhaul of the body (including door sills) in the mid-1990s. In April 1980, it was sold to the second owner in Hamburg. As early as May 1981, the car was passed to the third owners, a married couple in the north of Hamburg. The old original vehicle registration document on these owners is available. The couple kept the Carrera RS for a full 33 years and used the car regularly. Numerous invoices for service, repair and overhaul work are available from this time. Some of this partially more extensive work was carried out by the well-known Porsche 911 specialist Ingo Stimming in Schleswig-Holstein. Since 2014, the Carrera RS has been with its fourth and current owner in Hamburg. The engine was rebuilt respectively revised in 2015 at a well-known engine specialist according to Carrera RS specifications with corresponding performance. A related invoice and performance measurement are available. In the course of this, a new clutch was installed and the existing 915 gearbox was revised. The bearings, oil pump and main bearings of the crankshaft were also renewed and the throttle valves of the injection system were replaced.