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1972 Porsche 911 T RS Prototype


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Year: 1972
Make: Porsche
Model: 911 T RS Prototype
Mileage: 46,848

Transmission: Manual
Engine: 2.7L H6
Drivetrain: Rear-Wheel Drive

Body Style: Coupe
Exterior: Yellow
Interior: Black

Stock Number: CON13

This car started as an original, rust-free 1972 non-sunroof 911T with S-Package and 46,000 miles. After that the car was replicated to the prototype RS or 2.7S specifications as depicted in Konradsheins book on page 122. Porsche originally intended to sell the 911 S 2.7 along with the RS, but after a series of conflicting interests the S 2.7 was dropped from production. This car is what the S 2.7 would have been; essentially an RS Touring without the rear wing and a different front bumper. Modifications include a 7R case that was align bored with certs from Walt at Competition Engineering with new Mahle 2.7 pistons and cylinders, Fuel injection pump rebuilt to RS spec by Gus Pfister at Performance Injection, Throttle bodies by eurometrix, 7 and 8 inch Fuch restored by Weidmans, Sport seats with Cord. Inserts by Tony at autobahn Interior, Gear box with limited slip rebuilt by 901 Shop, and then final assembly by Automobile associates of Canton. This is a great car and a real substitute for an RS. In excellent condition inside and out. Over $80,000 in receipts and thats not all of them!