Porsche 911 S (1971) FIA Historic Racing Car.
Beautifully detailed and well prepared Porsche, ready for some serious track action !
A well prepared Porsche 911S is a popular choice among historic racing drivers. It is a fast and reliable racing car, and often a fore-runner in most championships. This particular car has been prepared for the Scandinavian Historic Racing Championship by well known specialist Alex Thomsen. It is constructed on a 911T shell, and completely build according FIA homologation Nr. 325 for the Porsche 911S (which comes with the car). The Porsche is extremely fast, and has a huge array of expensive kit. The rollcage is a FIA approved HEIGO cage with certificate. The fire extinguisher is a Sparco Fire Warrior with remote control, and of course FIA approved. There is also a RacePak G2X data logger, which works with GPS signals. This is an extremely accurate system which offers track mapping, lap times/number/distance, segment times, kilometers per hour, lateral G-force, and acceleration G-force. The Sparco FIA seat and harness are valid until 2016. Last but not least, the FIA fuel system is a rather expensive one from ATL Racing Fuel Cells. Even from the pictures, it is already clear that the finish of this 911 is from a level rarely seen on a racecar, with an excellent paintjob, good shutlines and lots of nice details.
The 2381 ccm engine with twin spark ignition is very powerful, and with a weight of 960 kg only this car offers great performance. The gearbox is a correct 5-speed Porsche 901. This 911S sits on magnificent and original Fuchs alloys (front 8x15, rear 9x15) on slicks, and comes with a second set of Fuchs wheels fitted with wet tyres. Of course, this beautiful machine has a FIA HTP for the class GTS21, as Competition GT Car for Period G2 - 1970 to 1971.
This impressive historic racing car is build and maintained with no expenses spared, and can only offer a fantastic experience for the next owner. Building a similar car will definitely be much more expensive then our asking price, and it is turn-key ready to race. Early viewing of this 911S is hardly recommended !