When performance and stance is key.
This Porsche we have for sale here is a real driver’s car. Made by and for Porsche enthusiasts.
Starting out as a 1972 oilklappe model delivered to Hawaii, it has since been imported to Europe where it was bought by Belgian fashion designer Veronique Branquinho, who used the car in an exhibition, covered inside out in her famous tweed. When she became artistic director at Delvaux, the car was bought by the current owner who did not only had the car restored, but also made into a road-legal evocation and homage of the Porsche RSR of that same year: 1972.
After a bare metal strip down, it received RSR-correct chassis strengthening, kevlar hood and wider wings, fully bolted half roll cage, wide period Fuchs wheels, thicker torsion bars, new Bilstein dampers and several other improvements. Enginewise, the original 2.4l block was changed to 3.2 l spec, and it received some well-tuned PMO carburettors. All of that is fully documented and has been done by a well-known Porsche tuner in Belgium and Germany. After spending some time in its original RSR spec white coat, the owner had a meeting with Magnus Walker, after which they decided to bring the car to his legendary 277 livery to ride at the Porsche Days in Francorchamps. In short: this is a unique opportunity to own an utterly amazing sportscar that not only looks outstanding, drives like a thoroughbred racer when needed but is equally at home at everyday traffic. The ride is a superb mix between sport and comfort, This is not your average racer car, but a Porsche that has undergone a high quality rebuild with no costs spared, performed by highly appraised Porsche workshops. The engine is tuned so well that although sporty it is still refined. This car will steal the show at any meeting and even around town, all at a fraction of the price of a real RSR. If you rather have a different look, all decals are easily removable, leaving you with a blank canvas. This car is all about quality, originality, and useability.
With the car, you will receive all documents and bills of the rebuild and improvements, and there is even a patch of the Branquinho Tweed that once covered this unique Porsche. Writing about this car is one thing, but to really understand this car, you need to drive it. So please be welcome to take this little monster for a spin.