Coupe Chassis Num: 360

1973 Porsche Carrera RS

In 2004, an RS Touring like the one out of our video would cost about £65, 000 (an acceptable investment by itself from £9, 000 you'd have paid in 1980). By 2011 these were really worth up to £200, 000, plus the existing market are available for £500, 000 plus, according to problem and originality.

The also rarer "light" versions regarding the RS tend to be more valuable however, with one example offering at auction earlier in the day this present year for $1.4 million.

The car within our movie has been sold via Autofarm, a completely independent Porsche professional situated in Oxfordshire. With only three owners, it even comes with its initial and totally stamped solution guide, plus a brief history file detailing its life in Germany before coming to great britain in 1985.

Crucial to its worth - put at around £600, 000 - is that it keeps the initial chassis and engine. Besides regular maintenance, it also had a full body renovation within the Nineties and has already been meticulously ready for sale by Autofarm.

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk
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