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Country of origin:Germany
Produced from:1974 - 1975
Numbers built:52
Internal name:M491
Predecessor:Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 2.8
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:April 30, 2015
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Chassis 004 0004 As a bare shell, this 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 was delivered new to the Swiss Wicky Racing Team. After it was built up to full competition specifications, it was sold to Swiss racer Jean-Robert Corthay. During the 1975 season, the car was raced at Spa, Le Mans and Monza. The best>>>

Chassis 006 0015 One of several RSRs delivered as bare shells to important customers, this particular chassis was delivered new to Louis Meznarie. He was France's leading Porsche specialist and regular entrant, often with factory backing. Meznarie built up this 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 to field i>>>

Chassis 911 460 9054 Delivered new to the United States early in 1974, this Carrera RSR 3.0 was raced by Brumos team principal Peter Gregg, joined when need by Al Holbert and Hurley Haywood. Gregg campaigned the car in the IMSA GT and Trans-Am, winning both championships two years running. At th>>>

Chassis 911 460 9058 Ordered by Swiss privateer racer Claude Haldi, this RSR 3.0 was campaigned extensively in Europe sporting 'Toblerone' colours. Haldi did remarkably well considering the very strong opposition from the bigger Kremer and Gelo teams. He scored class wins at both European and Wo>>>

Chassis 911 460 9059 French racer Henri Cachia was the first owner of this 911 Carrera RSR 3.0. His team fielded the Porsche in five consecutive 24 Hours of Le Mans races. The best result was a seventh overall and third in class in 1975 when it was driven by Cachia, Jacques Borras and Pascal Moi>>>

Chassis 911 460 9071 Sold new to Egon Evertz, this RSR 3.0 was first raced in the 1975 German Hill Climb Championship. The German entrepreneur also campaigned the car in that year's European GT Championship. Early in 1976 Evertz shared the car with Hartwig Bertrams and Heinz Martin to finish 12t>>>

Chassis 911 460 9073 This 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 was delivered new to Max Moritz for Eckhard Schimpf to race in the striking orange Jägermeister colours. Schimpf was very successful behind the wheel of this chassis, winning numerous minor events. The car was updated ahead of the 1977 season wi>>>

Chassis 911 460 9074 Completed early in 1974, this Carrera RSR was delivered to its new, Italian owners Giorgio Schön and Giovanni Borri, just in time for the Monza round of the World Championship. It was actually painted the evening before the first practice of the race in the instantly re>>>

Chassis 911 460 9077 Sold new to Georg Loos' Gelo Racing team, this 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 was extensively raced during the 1974 season. It scored GT class wins at the N├╝rburgring 1000 with John Fitzpatrick and J├╝rgen Barth and the Le Castellet 1000 km with Tim Schenken and Rolf Stommelen. It con>>>

Chassis 911 460 9087 This 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 was delivered new to prominent French privateer racing team Ecurie Almeras. Scoring over a dozen Group 4 class victories, it was driven to the 1974 French Hill Climb Championship with great verve. That year, it also place sixth overall in the Tour de>>>

Chassis 911 460 9116 Completed in December of 1974, this is one of two RSR 3.0s originally retained by the works team. During the 1975 season, it was fielded under Georg Loos' Gelo colours. Piloted by Gijs van Lennep and John Fitzpatrick, it won its class at Le Mans that year. It was then raced >>>

Chassis 911 560 9115 One of the very last 911 Carrera RSRs produced, this 3-litre engined car was sold new to Mexican racer Hector Rebaque. Delivered to Mexico late in 1974, it was driven to outright victory in the Mexico City 1000 km race. The following year, it was also raced at Daytona where >>>

Chassis 911 560 9121 One of a handful of 911 RSRs built for the 1975 season, this car was sold to Hartwig Bertrams of the Tebernum team. It was raced with considerable success for two season in national and international events. Among the highlights were a pair of outings at the 24 Hours of Le M>>>

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