The performance hidden in this 1974 Carrera 3.0RSR will be described later, so please take a closer look at the exterior. Perhaps it may be the most shocking one in 911 history. Proportion exaggerated with perfect balance, power that seems to be a world-class fighter. Coloring is perfection that can be improved even after trial and error over time. I've never seen one of the coolest 911s.
Needless to say, Carrera 3.0RSR is one of the best engineering masterpieces created by Stuttgart. The 2933cc engine generates 330bhp. The combination of the responsive flat six, other unrivaled road holding ability, and a lightweight car weight of 950kg, surpassed competitors such as Ferrari and Chevrolet in the 1970s GT scene.
This chassis number 911 560 9115 has a great battle record. In addition to winning the overall victory at 1000km in Mexico City, he won the class in 12 hours of Sebring. He also made four runs in Daytona 24 hours and finished second in the class. The first owner was 18 years old. Hector Leverac [Mexico] later became F1 driver. These cars are prone to rough handling, but neither Leverak nor the subsequent eight owners imitated it.
It is now restored and is in a perfect condition like a new one. The coloring of “Leverak Cafe Mexicano” is original.
The estimated winning bid was a staggering high of $ 1.2 million to $ 1.5 million, but in reality it was sold for $ 1,237,500.