This vehicle is located at our Zonhoven Belgium Facility and is eligible for importation to the United States. Please contact us for more information. All vehicles are located at our South Carolina facility unless otherwise noted. Bought new through Sonauto this Porsche 2.7 RS was delivered to its first owner in January 1973, a French industrialist from Avignon. She later sold the car to a professor of medicine. In 1984 it was property of Lucien François Bernard, co-founder and for several years the president of the Porsche 356 Club in France. During 1990 Jean Claude Miloé, a gentleman driver since the end of the 80's and Porsche collector and enthusiast well known in the world of vintage cars, bought this car at Sonauto. This 2.7 RS is a matching numbers car that corresponds to its factory specifications as referenced in factory documents and also the book 'Carrera RS' by Gruber and Konradsheim. Built as 472 touring model. As one of the first 500 examples built with thin steel body panels. This car has never been raced in any type of competition. However it experienced the thrills of speed participating in regularity rallies such as Coupe des Alpes, Maroc Classis, Tour de Auto and various road trips. Full service history with marque specialists including Louis Meznarie, Crubilé Sport and dealers Sonauto and Ravé. For major work, however the car was sent to the Porsche factory. There is a full file of invoices with the car. The last restoration was completed December 2015 with Porsche Ravé. This amazing 911 RS is mechanically original and immaculately presented, this is undoubtedly one of the most interesting examples of the Carrera 2.7 RS Touring available and one of the best documented cars.