Porsche's 911 has been in state of constant evolution ever since the model was introduced in 1964. Eight years later in 1972, the 911 got its most extensive upgrade to date — increased engine displacement to 2.4 liters, a more balanced chassis, and with the S model, Bosch mechanical fuel injection for an output of 190 horsepower. This 911 S was sold new in Germany before arriving in Sweden in 1984. The car was partially disassembled where it remained in such a state before being bought by the current owner and restored to its current form. One of only 1,170 911 S models made for 1972, this is car is a notable marker in the 911's history.