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he Ex-Peter Gregg, Hurley Haywood, David Helmick 1973 Sebring 12 Hours Winning
Porsche 911 2.8 RSR Chassis No. : 911.360.0705

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most significant Porsche 911 of all
Run by the legendary Brumos Team
victory in the 1973 Sebring
Highly original
Goodwood
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Ex – Peter Gregg, Hurley Haywood, David Helmick 1973 Sebring 12 Hour Winning Porsche 911 2.8 RSR.

Without a doubt one of the most significant Porsche 911 of all time.

Run by the legendary Brumos Team and driven to outright victory in the 1973 Sebring 12 Hours by Peter Gregg, Hurley Haywood and David Helmick.

Recent research confirms that this already famous car was sold directly after the Sebring race to Mexican racer Roberto Quintinella where it went on to be raced in South America and share a garage for many years with the equally iconic Martini liveried 1973 Targa Florio Winning 2.8 RSR.

Raced in Trans Am by Bob Johnson before being retained and preserved in the long term collection of well known Porsche collector Dr. Bill Jackson.

Highly original with excellent provenance and sympathetically restored by the best names in the business.

Driven up the hill at Goodwood as part of Porsches 70th Anniversary celebrations by Hurley Haywood, and subject of a Porsche produced video: https://youtu.be/6sXybXUWnU4

A once in a lifetime opportunity to own the car that claimed one of the three most important outright wins of all time for the Porsche 911.

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