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Porsche 911 (1971–3)

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Porsche 911. 1971–3 (prod. n/a). 2-door coupé, 2-door Targa convertible. R/R, 2341, 2687, 2806 cm³ (F6 OHC). Another wheelbase stretch (3 mm) and new engines to kick off the 1972 model year. Base 2·4T had carburetted unit developing 130 PS, though US versions were injected (140 PS). Other units developed 165 PS (911E) and 190 PS (911S); 2·5 for ST competition model, developing 270 PS. Front spoiler added to S to aid stability; fuel tank relocated more forward in 1972 to help with weight distribution. Rubber pads added to rear bumpers to comply with safety legislation. Highly collectible RS (Rennsport) 2·7 (prod. 1,580) shown at Salon de Paris in 1972, with Sport and Komfort versions; RSR (2·8; 3·0 in 1974) developed for competition, with wider body.

Manufacturing location: Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Marque: Porsche | Model: Porsche 911 | Predecessor: Porsche 911 (1968–71) | Successor: Porsche 911 (1973–88)

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