Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2
First Registration 1986, Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2, „Rocket Supreme Slate Grey“
Mahle 3.4L Big Bore Kit with approx. 270hp
Backdating (in 2015 conversion to F-Model, since 17’000 kms approx.)
The former car of Christopher Reitz (Rocket Supreme RS Group and Porsche familly member)
Porsche Switzerland Certificate with „Macthing Numbers“
Swiss Road Registration with single vehicle approval with DTC-Certificate
Christopher Reitz has been responsible for the design of Volkswagen, Nissan, Fiat, Alfa Romeo and other automotive brands. He also designed the new Fiat 500 and Alfa Romeo Giulietta. In the meantime, he has been running his own company in Barcelona for many years now, which is specialised in exclusive automotive design.
Under the brand name “Rocket Supreme”, he also designs and modifies the Porsche 911 based on the G-model with the look of the earlier F-models.
This 911 on sale has been named “Rocket Supreme Slate Grey” and offers some interesting details. Apart from the F-model look, the chassis, brakes and engine were also optimised on the basis of a Carrera 3.2. The engine power was increased to 3.4-litres with approx. 270 hp by a Mahle engine kit. This “Rocket Supreme” was built around 2015 and was registered to Christopher Reitz until it was imported into Switzerland. With extensive DTC-certificates, this Porsche 911 was certified and registered in Switzerland.
In a breathtakingly beautiful design, this classic-looking 911 stands on its wide tyres in the style of the 1970s and offers yet the modern technology of later models. Even comfort features such as air conditioning are on board. Thanks to the large-displacement flat-six-engine, the driving performance is even beyond that of a Carrera 2.7 RS from 1973.
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