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I am downsizing my collection of Porsches.
A 1975 Porsche Carrera Coupe that sold for $ 109.000-
My asking price is $ 69.911- !!!!
The history and development of the Porsche Carrera RS is very well documented,
and needs no further explanation as to the evolution of the early G series, US Carrera Model.
This 1975 Carrera Coupe follows in the wake of itís illustrious predecessor, the 1973 Carrera RS.
This is an original un-molested car, right down to it's original US specification ride height!
The Certificate of Authenticity on hand for this car, shows this to be # 151 of the 395 made for the US market.
The Guards (India) Red/G8 and Black Leatherette/16 colour combination suit this Porsche perfectly,
and is complemented by the fabulous Factory Recaro Sport Seats, Electric Sunroof and Power Windows.
This car stands out as it has the very rare options of the full RS front oil cooler and front RS/Carrera Turbo
alloy brake calipers.
The rear whale tail spoiler, unique to this model, is also found on the early Carrera Turbos.
With 97k original miles, it was time to have it refreshed sympathetically.
The car had a full windows out repaint in itís original Guards Red colour.
The car was delivered to it's original owner, in Arizona, before I brought it into California, so the car is dry
and rust free,
and no rust repairs were needed.
I had the seats re-upholstered, and new carpets installed by my Concourse Award Winning upholsterer.
The original Factory dash is in remarkably fine uncracked original condition.
Mechanically the car is well dialed in, and performs flawlessly.
The original engine, known to be volatile by nature, was replaced early in the carís life with a blank cased 7R
Factory Replacement engine of the correct year and type.
Upon inspection this engine has been overhauled with inserts, and includes the updated Carrera hydraulic
At the same time, the problem causing thermal reactors were removed and a new sports exhaust system installed.
No smog is required for CA.
The private plate does not accompany the car.
This Porsche offered and described here is an honest example of a really nice and well sorted 1975 US Carrera.
It is ready to be used and enjoyed, as is, without further expense.
A delight to drive, all the controls work perfectly, clutch is smooth and gentle, the engine strong and powerful.
This car is eminently suitable and is eligible to enter many of the Classic Rallys and Tours that are currently
available, and gaining in popularity.
I consider this to be a wonderful driver quality Porsche, and it is capable of winning itís class at any
Regional Porsche Club of America Concourse.
The car is titled, licensed and registered in my name, and comes with fresh registration for a year, and is insured
1975 Porsche 911 on 2040-cars
Orangevale, California, United States
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Auto blogSun, 07 Apr 2013 19:05:00 EST
Porsche has given us another look back at its successes at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. This time it's 1971, the year that its 917 set records that haven't all been eclipsed. It's 45-kilogram magnesium tube frame was the lightest, Jackie Oliver set the fastest in-race lap with a time that still stands, and winning drivers Helmut Marko - the same Helmut Marko currently with Infiniti Red Bull Racing - and Gilles Lethem did so many laps that their distance wasn't exceeded until the Audi R15 TDI did it in 2010.
1971 was also the year of the "Pink Pig." With bodywork created by a French aerodynamics firm, the wider, rounder 917 earned the porcine moniker so Porsche painted it pink and labeled it with the cuts you'd get from a pig. Sponsor Martini was so miffed they demanded all Martini branding be removed. No one can remove the thousands of photographs taken of the car ever since. Enjoy that and more in the video below.
The folks over at Jalopnik have published some rather interesting images from what looks to be a presentation held inside Porsche's North American headquarters in Atlanta, GA. What these leaked photos reveal is pretty significant - details about several of the brand's upcoming launches, including GTS versions of the Boxster and Cayman, a new 911 Targa, and information about the Macan crossover that will debut at this year's Los Angeles Auto Show. Of course, none of this information has been officially verified, but it all looks and sounds pretty believable to us. So, let's dig in.
First up, Porsche will launch the Boxster and Cayman GTS models at next year's Beijing Motor Show in April. Upgrades for the GTS models will include a 15-horsepower bump, standard manual transmission (with optional dual-clutch PDK), standard Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) and a slightly quicker 0-60 time. Jalopnik reports that these models will cost around $75,000.
We've spied the soon-to-be-revealed Porsche Macan (pictured right) on several occasions, and these slides suggest that the small crossover will have two different types of turbo power under its hood. The Macan S will use a 3.0-liter turbocharged V6, while the Macan Turbo will use a 3.6-liter unit. Seven-speed PDK transmissions are expected to be fitted to both, and this leaked information states that the new, small Porsche will cost $52,000 and $75,000 for the S and Turbo versions, respectively.
Though Porsche won't be feeding us the full 911 enchilada until tomorrow's Geneva-based festivities, we have managed to scare up some official images of the 2014 911 GT3, as well as the all-new 911 GT3 Cup. As Porsche is celebrating 50 years of the 911, we anticipate a good day for great cars.
The new GT3 looks every bit the proper successor to the racy 911 nameplate, with a fixed rear wing large enough to serve cocktails on, a curvaceous body kit and 20-inch wheels that offer a dominating on-road stance. It's a good bet that Porsche will have coaxed something like 450 horsepower from the naturally aspirated, 3.8-liter flat-six engine that hangs over the car's rear axle. A seven-speed manual and Porsche's own PDK transmission are the likely gearbox offerings.
Should the mental quickness and imposing wingery of the standard GT3 not be enough for you, future racecar driver, Porsche is also bringing a GT3 Cup car to Geneva. The German automaker has given just a few scant details about this Cup car - 460 hp on tap, a production run of just 2,400 units - including three images of the kitted out racer. Certainly more and finer details will emerge, when Porsche shines the spotlights on its new 911s tomorrow.