Engine Size
2.7 Liter
Transmission Type
5 Speed Manual
Body Style

1973 Porsche 911RS Coupe VIN 9113600280

One of the first series completed December 23, 1972.

Original delivered to Switzerland and has multiple owners with documentation dating back to 1983. This RS remained in Switzerland for a majority of its life up until 1999 when the RS was imported to California in 2001. In 2002 a complete restoration of the 911 RS commenced. Every aspect of the vehicle was addressed with no expense spared.

Ownership History

1983-1997 Switzerland
1998-1999 Jean Maurice Rey Switzerland
2001 Greg Keushgerian imported from Switzerland to California
2002 Dirk Moran from California - purchased and started a complete restoration
2002-2003 Dirk Moran Worked on by Newport Auto Center receipts totaling $8,625
2002-2003 Dirk Moran Worked on by ANDIAL receipts totaling $17,448
2006-2007 Dirk Moran painted Jade Green by Carrera 6 receipts totaling $55,543
2006-2008 Dick Moran with Scott's Independent receipts totaling $71,310
2010-2112 Scott Hendry with Scott's Independent receipts totaling $75,689
2013 –2018 Present owner


Outfitted with factory Recaro Sport Seats with headrests, seat belts, and a retractable antenna loudspeaker and electric windows. A motorsport icon, the Carrera RS is considered by many to be the greatest 911 of all time. Following a complete restoration to original specifications, this example surely will not disappoint. One of the highly desirable, first 500 Carrera RS examples built, chassis number 9113600280 was built to M472 Touring specification and is finished in Jade Green.

210 bhp, 2,687cc SOHC air-cooled horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine with Bosch mechanical fuel injection, five-speed manual transmission, independent front suspension with MacPherson struts, torsion bars, and an anti-roll bar; independent rear suspension with transverse torsion bars, tubular shock absorbers, and an anti-roll bar; and four-wheel disc brakes.


This 1973 Porsche 911RS is a multi-award-winning vehicle for its unique style and presence. This first series 1973 RS (#280) was restored cosmetically by Scott St. Jean in 2010. During the same time, Scott Hendry (Scott's Independent) performed a complete mechanical restoration. Once complete the car won the Concours d' Elegance in 2012 and was also picked best of class Porsche 911 for the Wasatch Mountain Classic Car show. In 2017 it won the Post War Sports award, for 1961-1975, at the Quail.


One of the most desirable Porsches ever produced, the 1973 911 Carrera RS was built to allow Porsche to continue its success in motorsport following the retirement of the 917. The goal was to prepare an all-out campaign in the new European Grand Touring Championship Group 5 with a 911-based model called the RSR. To meet the FIA's production requirements, Porsche would have to construct at least 500 examples of a Group 4-legal model with a 2.7-litre engine that could be enlarged to the Group 5 maximum of 3.0 litres. Using the 911 S as a starting point, the Carrera RS boasted numerous changes in an effort to reduce weight and add power. Weighing just 2,370 pounds, the Carrera RS boasted a top speed of 150 mph and a 0–60 mph time of just 5.5 seconds.


Engine Type
Engine Size
2.7 Liter
Fuel Specification


Body Color
Jade Green
Body Style
Paint Type




Interior Color
Secondary Interior Color
Seating Type
Seat Material
Shifter Type
Center Console

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