On November 14th, 1973 the car was registered to its second owner, an Austrian manufacturer and big automobile fan. From here on, the car remains in his possession for 20 years. From 1993 to 2006, the car was one of the exhibits in an automobile museum in Austria.
The car came to Germany in 2006 and was extensively restored here by the internationally renowned Porsche specialist Alois Ruf for a German Porsche enthusiast.
Alois Ruf's team has done an impressive job. The fit of the doors and hoods, as well as the overall lines in the body, is perfect. All work is impressively documented by invoices and photo documentation.
The documented service history is just as impressive as the quality of the restoration. From May 21st, 1973 until today there are 26 service entries in the original, still existing, care pass. In addition to the original care pass, there is still the original Porsche care card for a Porsche factory replacement engine.
The scope of delivery includes the original on-board folder with the operating instructions from 1973, the blue appendix for the operating instructions for the lightweight version, and the Porsche service station booklet.
A real Porsche 911 2.7 RS Lightweight (M471) with a complete history!