Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 RS
Auktionen: RM Sotheby’s, London 2020, noch kein Schätzpreis, angeboten mit folgendem Text: «This particular Carrera RS 3.0 was originally finished in Light Yellow over a black leatherette interior. Presented as it would have been when delivered-new by Porsche, this example does not sport the Carrera RS side script (which would have been installed by the selling distributor) and is uniquely optioned with a steel, electric sliding roof. It was invoiced in April of 1974 and remained in its native Germany where it was purchased new by a Mr. Harbel, the owner of Mahag Munich, the city’s official Porsche dealership. A previous Historic Vehicle Identity Form issued in 1995 show the car as having been owned by Joachim Besse in 1974 Goesta Richter in 1976, both presumably in Germany. The next owner listed is Michael Donahue, the son of racing driver Mark Donahue, who acquired the car in 1989. In 1994, the Porsche was purchased by Rupert Beckwith Smith. Wearing the U.K. numberplate SRW 697M, it was then passed to Lord Beaverbrook in 1997. A subsequent owner acquired the car and imported it to Switzerland in 2002 and it was purchased by the consignor in 2004. Since then, the car has been well maintained and exercised sparingly. As it exists today, the car still retains many RS 3.0 features, including the period roll cage, dead-pedal in the driver’s footbox, chassis and suspension reinforcements, as well as 917-type brakes.»
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