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1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7

9113600901 (designated as “Touring”): M472*.

Engine no.: 6630887, gearbox no.: 7830872.

Production date: March 1973.

Original colour: 6262, light yellow.

Interior: Code 12, Black leatherette with Perloncord centre stripe.

Additional equipment*: 220 limited slip differential (650.00); 409 sports seats left/right (250.00).

First delivery: 116 Mahag Munich, Germany.

First owner: Adolf Hiller.

Other known owners: ?

Auctions: Russo & Steele, Monterey, 18.8.2011 (see above)

Mecum, Monterey 2022, no estimate yet. Offered with the following text: «Formerly owned by the late famed actor Paul Walker of the “Fast and Furious” film franchise, this striking 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 is one of a mere 1,580 produced, and it will soon join the Mecum Monterey auction lineup headed for the block this August. Unlike many Hollywood actors who have little idea how to properly drive a fast car but are made to appear as expert pilots on screen, Walker was quite well known for his skilled ability behind the wheel, and he performed many of his own stunts in the movies in which he starred. Over time, the actor and car enthusiast amassed quite a collection of vehicles for his personal use. Tragically, Walker met his untimely demise as a passenger in his newly purchased Porsche Carrera GT in late 2013 at the age of 40. While he owned many collector cars, there seemed to be a special place in both his heart and his collection for Germany’s finest machines, and this 911 Carrera RS 2.7—Chassis No. 9113600901—is emblematic of the type of car that stirred Walker to his very core. In fact, Walker recounted the story of purchasing the 911 Carrera RS 2.7 to Jay Leno during an airing of “The Tonight Show” in 2011. In that interview, Leno referred to Walker as a “car guy.” The excitement in Walker’s voice was palpable throughout their discussion, and there is no doubt that he was particularly enthused by this very special Porsche.»

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