Many enthusiasts consider the 1973 911RS the ultimate lightweight 911 and analog driving experience. It was the first 911 to be fitted with a rear spoiler and a performance DNA directly linked to Porsche’s racing experience. The RS inspired a series of dedicated RSR race cars that became a legendary success.
The 1973 911 2.8L RSR was the first race car in the RSR lineage and won the 24 Hours of Daytona outright in 1973. The 2.8 RSR’s were equipped with 9” flared fenders in the front and 11” flares in the rear wrapping deep dish 9×15 & 11×15 fuchs wheels. The ubiquitous duck tail spoiler was retained for the 2.8 RSR’s as was the RS front spoiler albeit a bit wider to blend with the 9” front flares. Engine displacement was increased to 2.8L utilizing high butterfly mechanical fuel injection.
911 chassis 1969-1986
9” front & rear steel fender flares similar to the original race cars.
Custom front and rear bumpers inspired by the original 2.8 RSR.
15” diameter rims 9” front & 11” rear Fuchs.
915 transmission w/ limited slip differential and special gear ratios.
Custom sport shocks, torsion bars and performance bushings
Porsche 930 calipers and rotors
3.8L performance engine featuring:
Individual throttle bodies (ITB) induction
Twin plug ignition
Motec engine management system
Stainless steel exhaust
LED headlights & cockpit gauge lighting
Leather dash, door panels & custom sport seats
German square weave carpet
Every Classic 9 vehicle is one of a kind. Upon request we’ll create an individualized proposal outlining your options and configurations.