Porsche 911

Sale price: US $9,200.00

Porsche 911
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  • Race Used R/S Fender from the Dick Barbour / Johnny Rutherford 1977 Porsche 934/5 Chassis 930 770 0959
    Car is documented in registry with photos from races
    Photo documented: racingsportscars.com/chassis/photo/930%20770%200959.html
    The Porsche 934 1/2 was a series of just 10 1977 Porsche race cars. Built specifically to contend with ever faster changing IMSA racing rules, both the 934 and 934 1/2 were being built and raced. With the overall evolution of spiraling attempts to produce quicker cars, there was this frenzy of interest. There were exactly ten cars originally sold and the private individuals that owned them wanted the fastest cars out there.
    Jim Busby (930 770 0951),
    Peter Gregg (930 770 0952),
    The Interscope Team (930 770 0953),
    George Dyer (930 770 0954),
    Vasak Polak for George Follmer to drive (930 770 0955),
    Ciro Nappi (930 770 0956* [known as factory extra car]),
    Bob Hagestad for Hurley Haywood to drive (930 770 0957),
    Ludwig Heimrath (930 770 0958) who was criticized for racing with 935 parts,
    Dick Barbour (930 770 0959)
    Clifford Kearns (930 770 0960).
    Recent Sale at Gooding & Co Auction : 1977 Porsche 934/5 Ex-Autohaus Max Moritz GmbH | First in Class at the 1979 Nürburgring 1000 KilometersEstimate: $1,400,000 - $1,600,000
    SOLD $1,375,000
    Chassis: 930 770 0956
    Buyer pays actual shipping charges
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    Used Make: Porsche
    Model Year: 1977 Model: 911

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