This 1974 Porsche 911 Coupe underwent custom restoration under prior ownership including widened RS/IROC-style bodywork, a new interior, and an upgraded 2.7-liter engine. Said to have been driven less than 200 miles since, this 911 is now being offered for auction by its seller out of California.
This 911 has been fitted with wide fiberglass fender flares along with an IROC-style front bumper, RS-style ducktail rear spoiler, and modern projector headlights. The car is said to have been recently refinished in the current shade of White and rides on a set of upgraded 17” Fuchs wheels dressed in Toyo Proxes tires. Additional images are provided in the gallery.
The grey interior has been redone and customized with a pair of two-tone Porsche 997 power seats and matching RS-style door panels. The rear seats have been replaced with storage compartments and custom white instrument dials have been installed along with a three-spoke MOMO steering wheel, Kenwood radio, drilled aluminum pedal covers, and a billet shift knob. The seller reports all gauges and accessories to be fully functional.
Power comes from an air-cooled 2.7-liter flat-six engine that is said to have been custom-built to RS specifications under prior ownership. The rear wheels are driven by way of a 5-speed 915 manual gearbox with a new clutch and short shift kit. Other upgrades include PMO carburetors, Elephant Racing oil lines, a front-mounted oil cooler, and red-painted Porsche Boxster brakes with new floating rotors.
This sale will include a clean title.