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    911 2.0 Coupé Race- / Rallyecar

    • Built up entirely according to FIA specifications for historic motorsport
    • Road legal and current HTP passport
    • Ideal for motorsport events like Peter Auto 2 ltr. Cup, etc.
    Colour Slategrey
    Interior Black
    Type Sports car/Coupe
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Left
    Mileage 29910 km
    Location Hamburg

    Description:

    In 1963, the 911 was presented at the IAA in Frankfurt as the Type 901. However, Peugeot had legally protected the model numbers with a zero in the middle, thus Porsche renamed the car “911”. It was launched in two variants: in 1964 as Type 911 with a 130 hp six-cylinder engine and, due to the demand for a lower-priced Porsche, in 1965 as Type 912 with a lower equipment level and the modified 356 SC engine with four cylinders and 90 hp. At the Monte Carlo Rally in 1965 the new Porsche 911 had its first outing in motorsport.

    This 911 2.0-litre racing car was built up by a Porsche specialist according to FIA Appendix K for historic motorsport. The vehicle is road legal and has an actual FIA HTP.

    The 911 is ideal for motorsport events or rallyes like the Tour Auto, Porsche 2.0 Liter Cup, etc.

    Six-cylinder boxer engine, 1991 ccm, optimized 192 hp ref. to dyno test.

    178.500,00 €

    Price (§ 25 a, no tax to be shown)

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    Description:

    In 1963, the 911 was presented at the IAA in Frankfurt as the Type 901. However, Peugeot had legally protected the model numbers with a zero in the middle, thus Porsche renamed the car “911”. It was launched in two variants: in 1964 as Type 911 with a 130 hp six-cylinder engine and, due to the demand for a lower-priced Porsche, in 1965 as Type 912 with a lower equipment level and the modified 356 SC engine with four cylinders and 90 hp. At the Monte Carlo Rally in 1965 the new Porsche 911 had its first outing in motorsport.

    This 911 2.0-litre racing car was built up by a Porsche specialist according to FIA Appendix K for historic motorsport. The vehicle is road legal and has an actual FIA HTP.

    The 911 is ideal for motorsport events or rallyes like the Tour Auto, Porsche 2.0 Liter Cup, etc.

    Six-cylinder boxer engine, 1991 ccm, optimized 192 hp ref. to dyno test.

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