Here we have an insanely beautiful Porsche Carrera 911 2.7 MFI for you to consider. Supplied by MAHAG in Munich in September 1973, it only has 80,497 km on the clock. This is one of only 1,633 genuine and rare Carrera 2.7 MFI`s ever produced. Immediately after the production of the legendary 2.7 RS Touring had stopped in 1973, Porsche produced the Carrera 2.7 MFI series. In many aspects they were equal to the 1973 RS Touring series (M472 models). This rare G-series has the same 210PS (208BHP) 911/83 RS-spec 2.7 MFI engine with mechanical fuel injection. Their weight is exactly the same at 1,075 kg. The car differs in the MFI having the G-series body and being more luxurious than its predecessor. This car has been factory fitted with an limited slip diferential and the famous RS ‘Ducktail’ which was discontinued after 1975. Thanks to MFI, when driving the 2.7 MFI we were mightily impressed by the immediate throttle reaction and glorious exhaust note. A few years ago this car benefitted from a complete restoration. It has its` original colours of ‘Grand Prix Weiss’ with blue Carrera stripes, black cloth and leather upholstery and blue Fuchs rims. The bodywork is without fault as is the chassis and of course there are no signs of corrosion anywhere. Porsche has confirmed and certified that she has retained her original and therefore matching numbers engine.
This 2.7 MFI is a real rarity and gives you the same driving sensation as the legendary Carrera RS for a fraction of the price!
Gallery Aaldering is a family owned business since 1975 and offers a one stop experience for car enthusiasts of all sorts and ages. With a staggering and constantly changing collection of over 350 cars, Gallery Aaldering is the largest classic car company in Europe.
Nico Aaldering started the company in 1975, fuelled by his love for classic cars and his son Nick shares this passion. Together they lead and develop the company on a daily basis.
Nick Aaldering: “We cover all operations from buying to selling, offering advice to customers, checking and preparing the cars before delivery and providing transportation on a global scale.”
Nico Aaldering also makes a weekly appearance in the Dutch TV show RTL Autowereld presenting a special and exclusive piece of automotive history, picked from the vast collection on stock.
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