911 2.7 MFI

Colour: Light Yellow
Trim: Dark Blue
Transmission: Manual
Odometer: 119653 miles
Year: 1975

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JZM are proud to offer this stunning Porsche 911 MFI from 1975. This example has had a vast amount of money spent on it over recent years. Both mechanical and cosmetic works have carried out by renowned specialists, Neil Bainbridge, and Carrera Classic. Since 2021 alone, in excess of £45,000 has been spent, leaving this MFi in near perfect condition.

Not only is this MFi supplied in A1 mechanical and cosmetic condition, but the paperwork file is also second to none. Present with a host of historic invoices and a letter of authenticity, the overall package for this example is certainly up there with the very best.

This MFi is available with an original Ducktail spoiler and can be included as part of the sale.

1975 2.7 MFi
UK Supplied
First Registered In March 1975
5 Speed Manual Transmission
Light Yellow
Black Leatherette
Porsche Classic Radio
Headlamp Washers

The 1974 Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 MFI, an iconic sports car, featured a powerful 2.7-liter mechanical fuel injection (MFI) engine producing 210 horsepower. Its distinctive flared fenders, and Fuchs alloy wheels defined its classic design. The Carrera 2.7 MFI remains a very sought-after collectible, cherished for its rarity & performance.

The Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 MFI was aimed at worldwide markets apart from the United States, where the Carrera 2.7 was restricted to the 2.7 K-Jetronic engine to sit more easily with Porsche America's marketing strategy. So, the rest of us were able to benefit from a new model utilising the same brilliant power-plant as the, now-iconic, 1973 Carrera RS, making them mechanically identical, but with a few concessions towards day-to-day use.

Importantly, the Carrera 2.7 MFI is capable of the same performance and engenders the same feel and driving enjoyment as the RS and its dramatic styling cues to pay homage to its more focused sibling. With an impressive 210bhp, 2,687 cc Type 911/83 air-cooled horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine with Bosch mechanical fuel injection, 0-60 mph was achieved in just over five seconds and the car was geared for 150mph through the 5-speed manual transmission. The total weight was just over 1,075 kilograms, which made the 2.7 MFI a very fast car in its day and in fact, it was the fastest production 911 until the late 1980's.


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