This 1970 Porsche 911S was manufactured in December 1969 and sold new in Germany before being brought to the US in 1975. The car was subsequently driven in SCCA/Team Continental autocross events and open track days. In 1977, Charlie Pratt made the car into a full-time racer and planned to homologate it for FIA competition. He obtained FIA documents and started the process, though the car sat until being purchased in 1988 by the current owner, Porsche specialist Gordon Ledbetter, who is also one of the original R-Gruppe members. The car was refinished in Signal Yellow and built to RSR specifications by Ledbetter, who then raced it along with his wife in the PCA, SCCA, and NASA over the past 30 years. The extensive documentation file includes a logbook dating back to 1976, and power comes from a freshly-rebuilt full race build 3.0-liter injected flat-six mated to a rebuilt full race build 915 transaxle with custom gearing.
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