This 911 is Build number 5 from Richard Schickman and his team at RSR Project. They took a 1985 911 and transformed it into a 1973 RSR bespoke restoration. Clean donors are selected using 1984-1989 3.2 liter Carreras. Depending on condition, most cars will be media blasted to a bare metal shell. The entire drivetrain, suspension, glass and interior is removed in preparation for restoration. The empty shell then has steel flares welded on and all original-type fiberglass parts added to transform the car to it’s new look. Once painted, each car gets an all-new interior to include seats, lightweight carpet, dashboard, door panels, headliner, visors, as well as front and rear glass and all new gaskets throughout. During the body restoration, the engine and transmission are rebuilt and detailed to a high standard. Each build gets fully rebuilt suspension with new shocks and bushings. New brakes are fitted to each corner along with new, period correct wheels and tires, true to the original Porsche 2.8 RSR. Each car is shaken-down to ensure it meets our strict standards of quality. https://thersrproject.com/about/
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