1973 Porsche 911 RSR Recreation: Stemming from a rather special Porsche collection out of California is this staggering Gulf Blue fastened and 2,XXX mile specimen built by renowned Porsche service and restoration facility, Kundensport by Ed Palmer, that started life as a vin number accompanied and actual 1973 911 coupe.
Its exhaustive documentation of the restoration performed makes note of the following select exterior, interior, and engine updates: 3.2 bottom end from a 930; stock crank; balanced rods; ARP hardware; bored 3.5l 100mm high compression heads; DC90 cams; larger valves; ported and matched intakes; rebuilt Weber 46 IDA carburetors; rebuilt 915 short shift 5 speed trans. The cabin boasts era-correct details (just as the exterior) such as the seats, carpeting, Repa harnesses, RSR roll bar, RS door cards/pulls, and steering wheel with the exterior featuring RSR steel fenders and flares; a lightweight RSR fiberglass hood; custom RSR spec Fuchs surrounded by period-appropriate michelins all combine to form a wildly exceptional presentation where the minutest of details are hyper accurate, causing it to be nearly indistinguishable from its inspiration.
It's the closest thing to a real 1973 2.8 RSR while also boasting additional torque along with an extra 15 horsepower over the former.
For more information on this radically prepossessing RSR Recreation, offered by Ryan Friedman Motorcars, call and/or text us now at (516) 888-9000/(516) 784-9619; we're authentic motorcar aficionados, let's chat!