The presented car was delivered new in Germany in April 1973, in a livery Blutorange interior comfort black. The bill of sale of the car is available with the car. It is equipped with the following options:
– 472: touring pack
– 440: antenna on the left,
– 549: 3-point seat belts,
– 569: safety bumper on the rear bumper
– 571: fog light ar
– 650: electric sunroof.
The history of the car is crystal clear with 4 owners drawn: 1973 – 2003, then 2003 – 2008, 2008 – 2013 and finally 2013 to now. The numbers chassis / engine / box are of course concordant.
The car is in perfect condition of presentation. It was partially restored at Zanassi in Italy (file available) in 2013/2014, and the work is absolutely remarkable. The painting is perfect, and many original elements have been preserved (floors, …). The door seals are in accordance with the origin, as well as the plastic rivets of the door sills. The alignments are irreproachable. Many details reflect the high quality of this restoration.
The interior is original and in a perfect state of preservation. The seats are in perfect condition, the door bins adjusted, the carpets almost new although original. All the instrumentation works, the electric windows and the sunroof are free of defects.
In mechanics, it works perfectly. The engine is full and takes its turns perfectly. The box works well and absolutely does not stick. The car still has its original key with the small leather porsche keychain.
The car file is complete with a large invoice workbook, from the original sales invoice, as well as its vintage maintenance booklet.
This is probably one of the most beautiful 2.7 RS we’ve seen.
Recovery and possible financing.
Photo credits Kevin von Campenhout for Eleven Cars