If your enthusiasm reaches fever pitch when you come across a classic sports car in a perfect condition, that it belonged to a famous and really cool guy on top, then this post is dedicated to you.
And we announce that you have reasons to rejoice, because a beautiful Porsche 911 that belonged to Jenson Button is officially for sale. Moreover, not an ordinary Porsche 911, but a Carrera 2.7 RS from 1973.
We must recognize that this news has ravaged out minds. Carrera RS is the car that Porsche has produced it especially to confirm the model that revolutionized the racings in the ’70s. The original plan was referred to the construction of only 500 copies, but thanks to a sustained demand Porsche has produced not less than 1950 cars.
Compared with the standard model, the 911 Carrera RS have a reinforced suspension, bigger brakes, wider tires on the rear axle – hence the rear wings were swelled and not least, it has the famous duck-tail aileron. Under the rear hood has a six-cylinder boxer engine with a capacity of 2.7 liters, producing 210 hp that made from 911 the fastest series car in Germany at that time. Acceleration 0-100 km/h was achieved in under six seconds and top speed reached 245 km/h.
Jenson bought this Porsche car two years ago, the machine itself being a jewel with only 40,000 km on board, who has spent most of his life in Italy where it belonged to a guy named Mario Angiolini, founder of “Jolly Club” Racing Team.
Perhaps you’ve already made an idea involving a black Carrera 2.7 RS that belonged to a Formula 1 world champion. Yeah, well estimated. The Porsche will be listed on the market at a starting price of … L 209,850.
Why are you so quiet?