1973 911 Carrera RS

The 1973 911 Carrera RS was built to enable Porsche to continue its success in motorsport following the retirement of the 917.

The goal was to prepare an all-out campaign in the new European Grand Touring Championship Group 5 with a 911-based model called the RSR. To meet the FIA’s production requirements, Porsche had to build at least 500 examples of a Group 4-legal model with a 2.7-litre engine that could be enlarged to the Group 5 maximum of 3.0 litres.

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