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HPI is proud to introduce one of the legends of classic motorsports history: the 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR! The Porsche name was built on agility and power: with a small frame, low weight and powerful engine, Porsche cars such as the 356, 550 and 911 were very popular with racers and sports car fans around the world.
Like all HPI bodies, the 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR comes with a clear protective overspray film, window masks and a large decal sheet. Incredible attention to detail and scale realism makes the HPI Porsche 911 Carrera RSR body a true replica of the car that defined sports car racing for a generation of fans.

In 1972, after a rules change in the World Sportscar Championship, Porsche unleashed the ultra-lightweight 911 Carrera RS 2.7 for the road, as well as the RSR racing version in the Group 4 GT class. Made of flexible vinyl to fit every curve on the body, the decal sheet includes official Porsche, Carrera & Martiini decals, headlights, tail lights, and door handles, plus official HPI Racing logos!
The 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR body comes with vinyl window masks, a complete set of pre-cut vinyl decals and headlight buckets for an incredibly realistic look.
This model was based on the 911 S which had won the Monte Carlo Rally and was designed to take on cars with engines twice as strong.

The body also has drill locations marked for HPI Cup Racer cars, making it easy to line up the body mount and antenna holes. Add your own choice of paint colour and you’re ready to take on the racing grid with this legendary vintage race car.

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