Introduced in 1974 and made until 1977, the 911 Carrera 2.7 was manufactured in similar numbers to its earlier sibling, the 2.7 Carrera RS. Weighing just 1075 kilograms and equipped with the 210bhp, 2687cc Type 911/83 air cooled flat-six engine, incorporating Bosch mechanical fuel injection, it was the pinnacle of the performance derivatives of the G-series chassis. Today, just 21 UK right-hand drive coupés exist on the Carrera 2.7MFI registry and this one was supplied on the 13th November 1975 by Swinford Motors of Stourbridge.
The car has been extensively restored and refurbished by Mark Darby at RS 911, who retained all the key original panels, with Phil Hindley at Tech 9 Motorsport looking after the drivetrain. The car looks stunning in its original Ice Green with black half-leather interior. Itʼs undoubtedly one of the very best examples of this rapidly appreciating but still little understood car. It can be yours for ʻjustʼ £239,000… Find out more from www.rs911.com or by calling Mark on 01686 440323