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2.7L AIR-COOLED FLAT SIX
AM/FM Leather Interior Surface
Late production, no. 363 of 395 for the 1975 model year 2.7L air-cooled flat six Aluminum heads, magnesium block, aluminum cylinders 5-speed transmission Exterior Lime Green paint code N8N8 with Cinnamon leather interior 36 Sport Shocks Air Condit...
Late production, no. 363 of 395 for the 1975 model year 2.7L air-cooled flat six Aluminum heads, magnesium block, aluminum cylinders 5-speed transmission Exterior Lime Green paint code N8N8 with Cinnamon leather interior 36 Sport Shocks Air Conditioning Factory whale tail with flared rear quarters Upgraded stereo Fiske FM 10 wheels 7.5x17 front, 8.5x17 Rear with Yokohama tires with less than 1,500 miles Fuchs wheels 6x15 front 7x15 rear with fresh Pilot tires also included Records including $17,000 reseal and refresh of engine in 2005 by German Tech in Largo, Florida Extensive documentation supports believed to be correct 73,522 miles Stamped Porsche Maintenance log book Certificate of Authenticity This 1975 Porsche Carrera is sequence build number 363 of the original 395 cars to receive the Carrera designation and specifically earmarked for export to the United States. These cars paid tribute to the legendary Carrera 2.7 RS that first appeared in 1973 and its later big-bumper version that followed in 1974 and 1975-cars that were restricted from export to America due to emission standards. The American-specification Porsche 911 Carrera was visually identical to its European counterpart, with widened RS-style rear fender flares, a signature whale-tail rear spoiler, Fuchs forged 15-inch aluminum wheels and a bold Carrera script running along the side of the car. This 911 Carrera wears the iconic and factory-correct color of code-N8N8 Lime Green with Cinnamon leather interior. Factory options include sport shocks and air conditioning. Mechanically, the American version of the Carrera was in a lower state of tune as compared to the European model and identical in drivetrain specification to the 911S. However, both the European and American 911 Carreras shared the same engine block-the 2.7L 7R. This is the last Porsche engine block to be constructed of magnesium and was coveted for its light weight. Other shared mechanicals are the Nikasil coated-aluminum cylinder barrels, boasting extremely lightweight yet durable barrels that allowed a bore increase to 2.7. The car comes with extensive documentation, including a stamped Porsche maintenance logbook supporting its current odometer reading of 73,552 original miles. Records also include a $17,000 reseal and refresh of the engine by German Tech of Largo, Florida. This car includes a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, a set of correct Fuchs wheels with Michelin Pilot tires in addition to the currently fitted Fiske FM 10 wheels with Yokohama tires. There's no question this Lime Green 911 Carrera will get noticed everywhere it goes. -