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Porsche 911 Modified

Porsche 911 Modified

Coupé, 1973


  • Race provenance
  • Stunning condition
  • Light weight with 290hp

Selling a stunning right-hand drive 1973 Porsche 911 RS 3.2 Recreation Outlaw

Excellent condition and mini restoration just completed

1,000kg and 290hp – Amazing power-to-weight ratio

Ready for the next owner to enjoy this RS running at its full potential

Registered as a 1972 Porsche 911 – lower import tax

Price: on application


South Africa

james redelinghuys
33 Roozeboom Street
7530 De Bron

Please mention Elferspot when calling james redelinghuys.

The vehicle in detail

1973 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA RS – Outlaw

For sale is this viper green, right hand drive 73 Carrera RS Outlaw, nicknamed the “The Green Mamba”. Weighing in at 1,000kg and delivering 290 HP, gives this car an impressive power-to-weight ratio for a normally aspirated 50 year old car (the original 2.7 RS made 210hp).

It was recently brought out of retirement where it was part of a collection of rare cars in a collector’s man cave since 2005. It received a mini restoration with a complete respray, a ceramic protective coating was applied, new decals, brakes completely rebuilt, Weber carbs reconditioned and thorough service was done.

This unique 911 was built in 1994 by Peter Gough, one of the most respected and legendary racing drivers in South Africa. At the end of his lustrous racing career, he started building RS and RSR recreations. He even raced some of them very successfully. Peter aimed to build a normally aspirated 290 hp car weighing in at 1,000kg, which he achieved using a 1981 3.0 SC engine,  increasing the capacity to 3.2l and fitting a 930 crank, RSR cams and a performance exhaust. Fuel delivery is handled by 46mm Weber carbs and twin spark takes care of the ignition. This winning recipe created a high-revving flat-six engine that sounds amazing when hitting the higher RPM range. The power plant is mated to a 5-speed 915 gearbox.

The donor car was a rare 1972 911T RHD, sprayed in the original Viper Green No255 used in 1973. It is an all-metal car and the rear RS metal fenders were welded in. Ducktail and bumpers are lightweight fiberglass. Some parts were deleted and even with a full roll cage the weight of just over 1,000kg was achieved.

To be glued to the road this lightweight 911 sit on original 16” Fuchs wheels and H&R coil over racing suspension were fitted, supplemented by oversized anti-sway bars. Shaking off speed in a hurry is handled by Porsche 928 brakes that were completely rebuilt with new pads. The brake system was upgraded using dual brake master cylinders and the brake bias can be adjusted from the dashboard.

To keep the weight further down Carbon fiber lightweight Corbeau GT Seats were installed with red 5-point harnesses for safety. Steering this special 911 is done with a Momo MOD.07 steering wheel covered in Grey Napa.

In 1998 it caught the eye of the then South African Porsche Club’s chairman and he bought it from Peter Geoff. He entered the Porsche into many competitions including gym kana events, time trial events, show car competitions, some races, and even a drag race or two. He won over 51 trophies during his ownership. A full list and details of the trophies are available on a dedicated website with the link below. He sold the car in 2005 and it stood as part of a collection until now.

Please visit for more photos, history on the provenance, and a couple of videos including the last dyno run.

Own this eye-catching beaut. All trophies are included.

Engine Mods
1979 SC 3L Engine block
Capacity increased to 3.2L
930 Turbo Crank
RSR Cams
Performance headers 3 into 1
46mm Weber carbs that were reconditioned
Twin spark
2 Fuel pumps with a surge tank
Front-mounted oil cooler fitted
Front-wheel arch additional oil cooler

Drive train Mods
915 5-speed gearbox fitted
H&R coil over racing suspension fitted, supplementing  the Torsions bars
Upgraded brakes from a 928 (completely rebuilt)

Exterior Mods
Steel RS fenders and bonnet
Fiberglass ducktail
Fiberglass front and rear bumpers
Professionally repainted in 1973 Porsche Viper green (225)
Carrera 16″ Fuchs wheels with new tyres
New decals
New windscreen with rubbers
New door and window rubbers
New wiper and blades
The window washer was removed

Interior Mods
Full roll cage installed, covered in Napa
Dual brake master cylinder upgrade that can be adjusted from the dashboard
Carbon fiber lightweight Corbeau GT Seats
Momo MOD.07 Steering Wheel – Grey Napa
Sun visors were removed and a new rear-view mirror was installed
5-point harness fitted
Ventilation system removed
The glove box and radio removed


Year of construction: 1973
Initial registration date: July 1972
Model: 911 Modified
Body: Coupé
Series: 911 Backdate/Modified
Mileage: 1234 km
Power: 290 HP
Cylinder capacity: 3,2 Liter
Steering: right
Transmission: Manual
Drive: Rear drive
Fuel: Gasoline
Interior color: Black
Interior material: Fabric
Exterior color: Green
Manufacturer color code (exterior): Vipergrün 225
Condition: Fully restored
New / used: Used car
Ready to drive: yes
Registered: yes
Country of first delivery: South Africa

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