The dull finish of the RSR-style Fuchs contrasts with the glossy Signal Yellow paint.
The interior is all business with its 380mm RSR steering wheel and "hockey puck" horn button.
The improved 1973 shifter assembly is employed along with a later factory 915 short-shift.
The high bolsters of the leather-lined ST seats hold driver and passenger firmly in place.
The pretty Becker Europa offers relief to the plain black dash board. Original knobs show a bit of patina.
The owner specified an
RS lightweight interior.
The 2.7 liter engine, which uses RS pistons & cylinders and 911E cams, develops 216 horsepower and 206 lb-ft of torque.
The tire specs are a quaint reminders of an earlier era.
Hoosier Speedsters—205/60R15, are mounted on 7-in. Fuchs done in RSR matte finish.
Adjustable spring plates from Elephant Racing allow for easier adjustments when lowering and corner balancing.
This car is one clean machine top to bottom. Here, the 'loud' pipes are capped.
The the only year the 911 had an external oil fill was 1972. No gasoline, please!
Fit and finish and attention to detail is spectacular.
Through-the-grill Cibies add a bit of bling.
388A5368 - Version 3
388A5382 - Version 3
This 1972 911T doesn't have a bad angle.
388A5372 - Version 3
The dull finish of the RSR-style Fuchs contrasts with the glossy Signal Yellow paint. note: cropped to 8.5x11
388A5666 - 8.5x11
The '72 911T perches above the City of Angels. note: cropped to 8.5 x 11 portrait
It says 2.4 on the grill but this sleeper 911T packs a powerful 2.7 liter engine.
388A5617 2x3 vignette
It says 2.4 on the grill but this sleeper 911T packs a potent 2.7 liter engine.
388A5681 - Version 2
The '72 911T perches above the City of Angels.
388A5486 - Version 3
388A5475 - Version 2
388A5529 - Version 3