1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RSH 2.7 Coupe

Porsche has made a lot of 911s — just over a million of them — but this 1973 911 RSH is among the rarest of them all. After the FIA threw out the 5-liter prototype category that Porsche had dominated in the early 70s with the 917, the factory decided to focus on GT racing and chose the 911 S as a starting point. Porsche substantially lightened the car and increased the flat-six to 2.7 liters, creating the RS, but only 17 were homologation models with RSH designation. Upgraded suspension, fender flares, and wider wheels and tires mark this as one of the most sought-after 911s ever made.

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