Porsche 911 RSR Homage

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Porsche 911 RSR Homage

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Built with exceptional attention to detail as a tribute to ‘Car 47’, the 1973 Le Mans 911 driven by Claude Haldi and Reinhold Joest, this 911 is equally at home on the track or as an exciting road car. Based on a 1979 911SC, the finish throughout is exceptional. Painted in a pearlescent ‘Spectra Coat’ silver with a faithful reproduction of the original Le Mans Martini livery. The body features lightweight fenders, bumper, luggage lid, engine cover and ‘slider’ door windows. The weight coupled to the performance is something else.

At the heart is a 3.0 flat six, which when dyno tested gave 289 hp. The engine specification includes; knife-edged crankshaft, Carrillo rods, boat-tailed crankcases, Wossner pistons, reworked ported and polished heads, high lift cams and a lightweight flywheel. Induction is with Jenvey electronic throttle bodies with standalone programmable DTA S80 ECU, sparks are handled with individual coil over plug pack ignition system and the exhaust has custom race headers. Rebel Racing engine mounts hold things firmly in place and there's a correctly ducted RSR style front oil cooler.

Transmission is five-speed 915 with LSD. Brakes and suspension are equally capable: Gaz Gold adjustable coil-over suspension, rose-jointed adjustable front and rear anti roll bars, poly bushes, six-pot front calipers and four-pot rears with Aeroquip oil lines routed through the sills.

Wheels are RSR-style Fuchs by Braid in 15” x 11″ rear and 9″ front with TB15 Michelins. Up front is a centre fill fuel tank with underside protection. An Aeromotive competition integral pump eliminates the need for swirl pots and pumps. It has a modern custom wiring harness, blade and relay modern fuse box, LED headlamps, heated front and rear screens

Inside is an FIA specification Heigo full safety cage, FIA Recaro Profi SPG bucket seats with Sabelt six-point harnesses. There's also a quick release Momo Prototipo steering wheel, and 917-style wooden gear knob with quick shift gear mechanism.

Fabulous on the road and able to be used in competition, too.

To commission a 911 like this and to this quality costs a fortune. This is a one-off opportunity.

Press the start button and all will be revealed.

Should you like to make any enhancements for your own purpose we have the skills to help.

We have detailed pictures available.

£147,995. UK, European and Worldwide delivery possible.

Call 01752 840307

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