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Country of origin:Germany
Produced in:1973
Numbers built:8
Successor:Porsche 911 Carrera RSR Turbo 2.1
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:May 02, 2014
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Chassis 911 360 0001 Believed to have been originally conceived as a 911 S/T rally car in 1972, this very important 911 would become the first Carrera RS and RSR prototype. Entrusted to Sobieslaw Zasada, the car was crashed in the Poland Rally in 1972 and returned to the factory for repairs. Ins>>>

Chassis 911 360 0019 Finished late in 1972, this was the first 911 Carrera RSR to receive an 'R' serial number. Finished in Marlboro colours, 'R1' was entered in the 1972 Tour de Corse for Bjorn Waldegard and Hans Thorszelius. Sadly, an accident ended the two Swedes' charge early. Once repaired,>>>

Chassis 911 360 0588 Also known as 'R6', this was the sixth of the works 911 Carrera RSRs built. Sporting the works Martini colours, it debuted with a GT class victory in the Vallelunga 6 Hours in the hands of George Follmer and Willy Kauhsen. A week later Manfred Schurti and Helmut Konigg drove>>>

Chassis 911 360 0686 The penultimate 911 Carrera RSR prototype built in 1973, this example was first raced at the Nurburgring 1000 km. In the hands of Herbert Muller and Gijs van Lennep, it finished fifth overall. A few weeks later, the same pairing placed 'R7' a very impressive fourth overall i>>>

  Article Image gallery (83) Chassis (4) Specifications