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Country of origin:Germany
Produced in:1974
Numbers built:53
Predecessor:Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 Lightweight
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:August 11, 2016
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Chassis 911 460 9029 Sold new to France, this Carrera RS 3.0 was raced extensively in period. Among the 100 races and rallies it was fielded in, it appeared at Le Mans twice and also placed second at the 1976 Tour de France. Following its contemporary racing career, it eventually ended up in the>>>

Chassis 911 460 9031 Completed early in 1974, Carrera RS was sold new to SONAUTO, which was France's Porsche distributor. As effectively a works entry, the car was then fielded for Guy Chasseuil in the 1974 French Rally Championship. He won the Group 3 class and also scored a class win in the To>>>

Chassis 911 460 9033 The seventeenth of 53 Carrera RS 3.0s produced, this car was sold to Herbert Muller. The Swiss privateer racer campaigned the car during the 1974 season. The subsequent owners raced the car until it was damaged while competing in the Giro d'Italia. The remains were sold to t>>>

Chassis 911 460 9079 The 31st 911 Carrera RS 3.0, this example was ordered new by the owner of Munich's Porsche dealership Mahag. It was finished in light yellow and is believed to be the only one fitted from new with an electric sliding roof. It changed hands twice early in its life and was the>>>

Chassis 911 460 9089 Sold through Max Moritz Sportwagen, this RS was acquired new by German private racer Rolf Blind. Finished in a green-yellow with golden wheels and stripes, it was raced extensively throughout Europe. In 1976, the owner joined the Porsche Hahn team and accordingly the car was>>>

Chassis 911 460 9099 One of just a handful of right-hand drive examples produced, this light yellow example was sold new to Lord Alexander Hesketh. He then gave the car to his Heskth Formula 1 driver James Hunt as part of his remuneration package. Hunt would use the car as his daily driver for t>>>

Chassis 911 460 9107 The second to last 911 Carrera RS 3.0 built, this car was originally delivered to Germany. In 1976, it was acquired by a French enthusiast, who fielded it in wide variety of events boasting a striking 'Christine Laure' livery. Guy Frequelin drove the car to class victory in >>>

  Article Image gallery (169) Chassis (7) Specifications