911T RS Style
This 1972 Porsche 911T coupe was refurbished and modified to resemble a Carrera RS Lightweight under previous ownership and is powered by a twin-plug 2.7L flat-six linked with a five-speed 915 manual transaxle and is finished in Grand Prix White with blue accents. Equipment includes a black interior sourced from an RS Lightweight with fixed-back RSR-style front seats, RS door panels, and clock and radio blanking plates as well as an RS-style front bumper, a ducktail rear spoiler, driving lights, Elephant Racing coilover suspension, a Bischoff muffler, twin MSD ignition boxes, and 16″ Fuchs wheels. This modified 911T is now offered in California on dealer consignment with two tool kits and a clean Colorado title.
Under previous ownership, the body was modified with steel fender flares before being refinished in Grand Prix White with blue RS-style graphics. Additional equipment includes an RS-style front bumper, a ducktail rear spoiler, aftermarket driving lights, a polished driver-side mirror, pop-out rear quarter windows, and a single exhaust outlet. Detailed photos highlighting the exterior condition are provided in the gallery.
Blue-finished 16″ Fuchs alloy wheels feature polished lips and full-color Porsche crest center caps and are mounted with 205/55 front and 225/50 rear Michelin Pilot Exalto tires. The suspension has been modified with Elephant Racing coilovers, ball-jointed trailing arms, Tarett Engineering links, rear shock tower reinforcement plates, and a front strut brace. Braking is handled by four-wheel calipers over cross-drilled and vented rotors.
A pair of fixed-back RSR-style seats with fabric inserts and adjustable headrests are mounted over RS Lightweight-sourced carpets. The rear seats have been removed, and equipment includes RS Lightweight-sourced door panels, radio and clock blanking plates, rubber floor mats, a heater, and a fire extinguisher.
The four-spoke steering wheel fronts VDO instrumentation that consists of a central 8k-rpm tachometer, a 150-mph speedometer, and gauges for fuel level, oil level, oil temperature, and oil pressure. The five-digit odometer shows just under 19k miles, approximately 100 of which were added under current ownership. Total chassis mileage is unknown.
The aluminum-case 2.7L flat-six was rebuilt and modified under previous ownership utilizing twin-plug heads, Nikasil-coated cylinders, and Wossner pistons with a 10.5:1 compression ratio. Additional equipment includes Webcam 911S-specification camshafts, a knife-edged crankshaft, ‘boat-tailed’ main bearings, and a ported 911SC-sourced oil pump. A Valeo alternator, twin MSD ignition boxes, and a Bischoff muffler were also added and an oil bypass modification was completed. The engine was reportedly resealed in May 2021 along with the replacement of one fuel injector.
Power is routed to the rear wheels through a 915 five-speed manual transaxle that was rebuilt in 2012. An RSR-spec clutch kit was installed in 2021 along with a replacement aluminum flywheel.
Two tool kits are included in the sale.