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1973 PORSCHE 911 RSR

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1973 Porsche 911 RSR
Chassis No: 911 360 1113 - Prod. No: 103 6629 - Engine No: 693 0157 - G/box no: 931 043
Chassis number 911 360 1113 is even rarer than most RSRs, being one of those lucky few cars that, having seen relatively little action on the tracks has retained all of its original patina, including the Brumos paint scheme it first wore. Inside the front compartment is mounted the ATL fuel cell that Brumos had fitted to all the RSRs that passed through their hands. The engine in this RSR is interesting in itself; it is an early “Works” RSR 3-liter unit, on throttle slide injection with, of course, the usual Bosch twin plug ignition system. It is also fitted with Porsche center lock wheels. Should the new owner wish to take the car back to RSR 2.8 specification (high butterfly injection, 5-stud wheel fixing), he will find that, after selling the 3-liter engine and the center lock wheel fixings, he will not be out of pocket! We know, through previous research, that this car, after having been delivered to Brumos from the factory in May 1973, sold to Hector Rebaque of Mexico City in or around late 1973. Hector Rebaque let his “hired gun” Momo Rojas share the car with Peter Gregg in the Daytona Finale of that year, where they finished 8th overall, the car wearing race number 95, a reversal of Gregg's usual “59” Brumos number. It appears to have had very little race use, is remarkably original and is ready for whatever use the new owner wants it for.

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