Porsche 911 RS/ST 3.2L Backdate SoCal 77k orig miles Andial History Fresh Engine

1973 Porsche 911 RS ST Backdate

Make: Porsche
Model: 911
SubModel: RS ST Backdate
Type: Coupe
Trim: RS ST Backdate
Year: 1973
Mileage: 77,800
VIN: 9117203249
Color: White
Engine: 3.2L
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Costa Mesa, California, United States
--, Power Windows
--, Sunroof

Description for Porsche 911 1973

1973 Porsche 911 RS/ST Andial Backdated Low Mile Original Southern California Car Andial 3.2 Conversion (CA Smog Legal) Fresh Engine and Transmission Rebuild Built on 1977 Porsche 911 S Chassis VIN # 911720xxxx ENG# 64G0xxxx – 930/21 (1986 Carrera 3.2 Aluminum Case Engine) 77,800 Original Chassis Miles Less than 2,000 Miles on Top End Engine Rebuild Grand Prix White on Black/Houndstooth Interior 5-Speed Manual Gearbox (915) Clean and Clear Alaska Title Backdated from 1977 911 S Chassis No Accidents/Very Dry and Straight California Porsche Originally (CA for 35+ Years) CA BAR Sticker/EPA Compliant 1-Family Owned...for 30-years I’ve always been a huge fan of backdated early 911s. I even have one of my own. They give you the great looks of the classic Early 911 with a better chassis and equipment. In my opinion, they make one of the best Porsches for touring and performance events. The key to building a great “back-dated” 911 is to start off with a great, low-mile example. This 911’s was one of the very last off the assembly line before Porsche transitioned to the 911 SC. It was built in June of 1977 and delivered later that summer to an Air Force Pilot in San Diego, CA. By the late 80’s, this 911 only had around 35,000 miles on it when this owner decided to update it to a more modern looking Porsche. So, he hired the best in the area: Andial. Andial did a very high level conversion of the car including installing factory steel RS flares (not Carrera flares) as well as a brand new 1986 911 Carrera crate motor from the factory, which was EPA certified (see photo). The car stayed with the family (later given to his son) until 2007 when it was sold to a gentleman in the Santa Barbara area with only 62k original total miles. This owner kept the car for about 5,000 miles/7-years before selling it in 2014 to a nearby 911 enthusiast who had plans to give the car a makeover and a more sport-purpose vibe. He stripped the car down and repainted it Grand Prix White lacquer over an off-white primer. The end result is a much softer hue of GP white. It almost looks like Porsche’s Light Ivory. When the car was painted, there were no signs of accidents or rust. It was a very dry and straight/low-mile example. The car was finished off as a raw outlaw version of its original self. Some further highlights of this build included: Rebuilt transmission (1st and 2nd gear synchros and sliders) New clutch kit Misc. new gaskets New transmission and engine mounts Short shift kit with Precision shift coupler and 917 shift knob Neotrix spring plate bushings PMB Performance re-plated/rebuilt A&M brake calipers with Porterfield pads Cross drilled/vented rotors Stainless steel brake lines New master cylinder Turbo tie rods and bump steer kit Lightweight (plush) RS carpets with sound deadening RS door panels Elephant racing finned oil lines and wide mouth Carrera oil cooler Euro turn signals New windscreen Fresh rubber seals and window felts Rennline triangulated front strut tower brace Shortly after finishing the project, he sold it to one of my long-time friends and Porsche enthusiasts who really wanted to take this car to the next level. His goal was to give it a tasteful early RS/ST look but also make it very user friendly and comfortable for long vintage touring events that we do together. He decided to give the car a backdated look and used steel front fenders, decklid, and the original hood for the job. The front and rear RS bumpers are new RFP. Besides backdating the body, the following enhancements were also included: New glass rear quarter windows (pop-out) 15x7 and 15x8 factory Porsche Fuchs Fresh tires RS sport style seats with houndstooth inserts Early style SWB rear view mirror New Porsche chrome side mirrors New chrome door handles (all keyed to ignition key) Died visors and headliner in black New chrome exhaust tip Installed glove box door and ashtray Adjusted/tighted shift linkage Serviced sunroof including new rubber seals, felts, motor, and cables New aluminum door thresholds Hella license plate light Color sanded/polished paint We had a compression and leakdown test performed prior to selling it a couple of years ago and cylinder 1 was off. A rag from checking the oil had gotten sucked into the fan and parked itself on top of the #1 cylinder. So, a complete top-end engine rebuild was performed including all new rings, headwork, and a valve job. The work was done by Sleepers Speed Shop in Costa Mesa, CA in May of 2016. The total for this work was over $13k. So, essentially, the drive train has only a couple thousand miles on it. The paint looks great with minimal signs of use (less than 8,000 miles since being painted). The 15x7 and 15x8 Fuchs look great. They are wearing tires with more than 75% life. The front brakes have about 75% life and the rears are at about 50% life. The interior is equally nice. The seats were installed recently as were the door panels. The original dash is in excellent condition with no cracks or warping. The lightweight carpet looks nice with just some minor wear on the driver side by the foot pedals. The wood footboards are new as well. All the gauges and lights function properly. This car is still equipped with both front defrost and heat, the controls of which are cleverly relocated to the hand-brake area to help give the dash a clean/uncluttered finish. The current owner just had a fresh oil service (using Driven synthetic) and inspection prior to having the car shipped from Anchorage, Alaska to Seattle and then driven to Rennsport Reunion in Monterey. Afterwards, it was driven down to us in SoCal. In total, it just drove 1,200 flawless miles without a hiccup. Weighing only 2,400lbs with approximately 220 fresh horsepower, it is a joy to drive. Turning is sharp and responsive. The brakes have excellent bite and a huge improvement from the stock brakes of that time. The power is strong with great low-end grunt. This car is incredibly easy and comfortable to drive long distances while still providing plenty of fun in the twisty bits. Really, it is the perfect car for all the different vintage tours that are available. This 911 does pass California’s strict smog test and has the correct BAR door decal! It comes with over 10-years of records, space saver spare, original tool kit, jack, and air compressor. **Note: VIN and other numbers withheld to protect against fraud. All numbers including VIN, Engine, and color will be provided to serious buyers. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Paul at 714-410-0223 or For tons of photos, go to: This vehicle is sold “as-is” with no warranty, written or implied. In some cases, the vehicle does have the remaining factory warranty still in place and will be described above if that is the case. All taxes and fees are the responsibility of the buyer and are not included in the listed price. All vehicle sales will require a $65 document fee. The vehicle listed is described to the best of our ability. The information is based on our own research and statements made to us by the previous owner(s). To the best of our knowledge, the above information is accurate. We are not responsible for errors in our description of options or any other details. The above-mentioned vehicle is used and can be expected to show some wear and tear. It is not a brand-new vehicle. We do welcome all local pre-purchase inspections on vehicles in order to verify condition.