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A fantastic tribute to the legendary 911 S/T, featuring genuine FIA GR4 S/T steel flared wings, and recommissioned in 2017 by leading U.K specialist Prill Porsche Classics.
Now powered by a 3.0-litre MFI high butterfly flat-six with Bosch twin-plug ignition, producing around 300hp, coupled to a five-speed 915 manual transmission.
Original Canadian delivery, where it was converted to IROC RS spec in 1973 using parts purchased from the Byztek brothers; subsequently spent time in the US and Switzerland prior to UK import and registration in 2017.
Originally delivered to Canada, this genuine 911 2.4S is thought to have been ordered for a national executive of VW or Audi.
As a 1972 model year car, it originally featured the ‘Oelklappe’ (side oil filler); the result of a significant effort to improve the car’s handling balance.
It is understood to have been converted to IROC RS specifications during the 1970s, and was raced locally in Canada.
Laying dormant during the 1980s, it was later acquired by Herman Lausberg, who commissioned a restoration and had it modified to S/T Recreation guise using genuine factory S/T wings.
It competed in the Tour d’Espana in 2008.
urrently the car is fitted with original FIA GR4 S/T steel flares both front and rear, an original factory roll bar, 85-litre fuel tank, Heinzmann fire extinguishing system, and with fiberglass bonnet, boot lid, front bumper and rear bumper panels.
While it initially had a 2.5-litre engine under Lausberg’s ownership, it now runs a 3.0-litre flat-six with MFI high butterfly fuel injection and Bosch twin-plug ignition, rebuilt by Rennwerke Porsche and which is understood to produce around 300hp. Drive is via a type 915/02 transmission with ‘Nurburgring’ gearing.
The cabin specification includes retro-style bucket seats, four-point OMP safety harnesses, a Momo Prototipo steering wheel, emergency cut-off switch and a simplified switchgear layout.
In 2017 the car underwent a full recommission by the UK’s leading racing Porsche specialists, Prill Porsche Classics, with some modern US racing modifications removed and the car returned to an S/T Recreation specification. It is understood that the odometer was zeroed at this point. All invoices for the work are included.

A complete overhaul of the engine was carried out in summer 2022 by the Porsche classic center in ROUEN - NORMANDY.

French registration / all invoices and history available

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