The Porsche 911 classic is definitely one of the German manufacturer’s most iconic cars. First built in 1963, the classic 911 was powered by a 2.0L flat six engine, producing 128BHP. This model, featured for sale by Prestige Cars, is a 1967 model, which has been heavily modified to look like a 911 RS model. This model was first introduced by Porsche in 1973, then with a 2.7L engine, producing 210BHP. Finally, in 1974, Porsche increased the engine size further on the RS, to 3.0L and included a new fuel injection system, boosting the BHP to 230. The 1974 model also featured a modified front bumper and body kit that made it look like the most extreme variant of the classic 911 range.

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Models from the 1974 RS era are hard to come across, but for the price, this 1967 911 is a pretty good bargain. It’s had it’s 2.0L original engine removed, and replaced by a 3.0L engine, with upgraded hardware, pistons and carburettors, giving it a total power output of 343BHP!

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Let’s not forget about that colour either, stunning blue with blue wheels and blue harness seat belts inside to continue the theme. The car has covered just 25,000 miles and has had three owners since new. The advert prices the car for £49,995.

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Full advert can be found here. Images from Prestige Cars

 

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