The Porsche 911 2.7 RS Was Born To Be Raced

You want to see this classic 911 do a burnout, don't you?

The 1973 2.7 RS was lighter, stronger and louder than any 911 before it. Porsche wanted to make the ultimate car for the road, one that's so good it could take the abuse of a track too. Architect Jonathan Segal knows that, that's why he bought one of the 500 ever made. Signal yellow was a great choice.

I would take what's under that ducktail to the red line in no time.

Photo credit: Porsche


Share This Story