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William Lanphear 25-Aug-2023 21:14
Hi Armando,
Bob's Big Boy Address: 4211 West Riverside Drive Burbank, CA 91505.
Stefano Carminati 30-Oct-2016 08:01
Very interesting project and website' congratulations. I'd like to have more info on the RSR Martini n.8 driven by Paul Frere that is in the picture gallery: where and when it raced? Please looking forward for any info
Casey Gervig 22-Sep-2016 17:34
What an amazing site!! Building a "tribute" 73 RSR and really enjoy the photos and information!!
devodave 03-Aug-2014 15:00
I keep finding my way back here time and time again. Great site! Keeps me inspired to get my 71 T restoration into high gear.
hirotaku 11-Mar-2014 14:35
For body number of PORSCHE
Do not you know about the meaning of 9 the next "91159000 # #" 9115
porschedials 31-Jan-2012 20:19
Porsche 964 / 993 gauge dials / face plates?

R. D. Yates 22-Sep-2011 21:11
This site gives me a great reference for restoring my 1970 911S Targa. I parked it in my garage about 20 years ago and now that I am retired am wanting to restore and drive it again. It was kinda ignored when I bought a 1966 Mercedes 230SL many years ago.
Rübener 18-Dec-2010 19:51
Marathon Motorsport & Messen

10th International Club Day Breslauer Straße 6
of Porsche fans D-46535 Dinslaken
May 1st 2011 Tel. 02064 - 55943
D-46535 Dinslaken-Trabrennbahn Fax 02064 – 59554
Bärenkampallee 25

10th International Club Day of Porsche fans, May 1st 2011
The anniversary gathering in Dinslaken

December 2011

Dear fans and friends of Porsche,

Time to celebrate a special anniversary: 20 years of 964 RS.

This year the famous Porsche 964 RS celebrates it's 20th birthday.
Already a legend, the 964 RS is one of the finest vehicles ever built.

On this special occasion we would like to celebrate this anniversary during our

10th International Club Day of Porsche fans, May the 1st 2011

on the „Trabrennbahn“ (harness racing track) in Dinslaken, Germany with a special exhibition dedicated to

20 years of Porsche 964 RS.

We're expecting more than 100 Porsche 964 RS vehicles from all over Europe.
Please spread the news by sending this mail to your friends and known fans of the RS.

Sincerely yours,

Ingo Rübener
Manny 14-Oct-2010 02:47
Great source of information and images. I am an owner of a 73 RSR 360.0997.
Ive come back to the site a number of times for reference. Thanks!
ducatista18-Jan-2010 17:09
Hi, Great work you are like the Wiki of RSRs

I am looking for the history of a yellow psychedelic 911.
More details and picture here

I will be eternally obliged to whoever helps.

Jim Bouzaglou 01-Nov-2009 15:41
I am looking for an original RSR mech fuel injection pump.
Guest 01-Nov-2009 07:14
I have a original set of 9-11 and 9-15 Fuchs one piece no seems call 714-856-3000
Garry Reese 08-Oct-2009 22:21
Am thinking about selling some seats. I have been told they are from a 70s 911 R/RS/RSR. They are an original matched pair. Driver's with higher bolsters than the other. Anyone who might be interested can contact me @
Garry Reese
Mirko917 14-Jul-2009 00:51
Thanks for your great and hard job! You've just helped me.
massimo 08-Jul-2009 21:17
Ciao Armando

Many congratulations to your work. Really well done!!!!!I am looking for an original 2.8 RSR.........with a good in period racing history.
DIDIER 23-Nov-2008 17:21
I am from France and i don't speak very well english. I am looking for a futur book about all the 911 2.8l RSR 1973 all informations, pictures, articles etc...about chassis number : 911 360 1329. thank you. my mail is :
freisinger 01-Nov-2008 20:19
hello Ed
i just saw your note about a 906 engine case and crank. if you still have the parts i would be interrested to buy them. my e-mail:
best regards
manfred feisinger
mark Doumani 13-Feb-2008 07:53
have 9x11 fuchs rsr wheels for sale
Guenter 07-Feb-2008 12:56
One of the best collections of Porsche information I know of - truly invaluable. Keep up this great work.
Ed 05-Feb-2008 10:12
Hi Armando,

I,ve got a set of 906 engine halves (901/20) with a original crank and layshaft for sale , all parts are crackested.

Realy nice web-site , much info and nice photo,s

Kind regards,

Guest 16-Jun-2007 11:42
Words can't describe how impressed I am of your work.
slidevalve911rsr06-Jun-2007 14:48
I normally can't realistically reply to each one of your individual posts but I want you all to know how much I appreciate reading how this RSR site has help in some small way with your own projects.

Please keep in mind that in the future I will eventually re-create the 911 RSR and 914-6 GT sites as a true website and not just a photo gallery. The new web sites will be created with easier navigation, audio, video footage (wait until you see that!) more detailed text comments and documentation. In the meantime, please keep your collective contributions coming. Much appreciated!

Thanks again to you all!

Guest 08-Mar-2007 06:57
Your photos have really made my day. Thank you.
Guest 01-Mar-2007 18:03

Great Gallery
T.C. 22-Nov-2006 21:09
I love all your sites, Thank You. I have an very early 74 Euro Carrera Factory lightweight steel flared project and just sold my 914-6 GT replica. I have some pictures I would like to share. Again Thank You for attention to detail on your sites. All The Best, T.C.
Keith Miller 23-Oct-2006 23:42
I'm an RS owner (1351) as opposed to RSR but this is a fantastic site. Building an S/T replica and the detail pics look dead handy. Keep up the good work!!!!
Bart 19-Oct-2006 14:48
Hi there,
Going to pickup next week an original set of RSR fuchs wheels 9x15 and 11x15.
If anybody is interested please let me know together with the price U would like to give.
Only the wheels,no tires!
Keno 01-Sep-2006 04:44
Looking for information and found it at this great site...
Park 31-Aug-2006 21:09
Looking for information and found it at this great site...
slidevalve911rsr12-Jul-2006 04:40
Hello Henry and thank you for your post! Glad to hear you enjoyed the RSR site and finding it useful.

By the way, I will love to see the photos of your progress model building project(s) and the finished product. I have a section for RSR models located here and I have done little to make it grow lately. Also check out my 914-6 GT site and the model section too

Maybe I can pay you to build my RSR and GT models? Stay in touch! ; )
henry t 12-Jul-2006 04:05
Great Photos! They will come in handy as reference for my 1/24 scale RSR's I am building
for a model car show in Atlanta in November. I will ask you before I print anything.Just
finding your site is fantastic.Thanks, Henry Trent,
P.S. I'm building the Brumos 1973 Daytona and Sebring winning cars
slidevalve911rsr12-May-2006 04:54
Thank you for the nice compliments and encouragement.

I too love those RSR cars (as well as the 914-6 GT) ; ) and will continue to improve and post more content as it becomes available. One day, maybe I’ll have photos of most of the RSR cars that the factory built along with some of their history. This is a collective effort and one that will certainly take a long time (and well worth it).

Keep visiting from time to time and do let me know if you find something that you feel can contribute to the site.

Thanks again for your post!

Armando Serrano
Paulo Rebordao 11-May-2006 16:09
The warmest congratulations on such a cool site !
I was searching the web for nice pictures of IROC RSR's, as for me they are some the best looking Porsches of all time, and I was surprised to find your site solely devoted to the RS / RSR theme.
Keep up the good work !
Callum Guy 17-Apr-2006 11:24
I am currently building a 3.0RSR replica in Scotland to use on European FIA Historic Rallies and perhaps locally too. I will post some pictures once the final build is underway. Your site is very useful.
I have most parts now, except for RSR short rear suspension arms - can anyone out there help please?

in the meantime
slidevalve911rsr26-Mar-2006 22:53
Thanks Henry! I truly appreciate your acknowlegment and post! : )
Henry Carraro 26-Mar-2006 21:24
Thanks for all you do.
slidevalve911rsr22-Feb-2006 18:52
Hello Michael and thank you for your post. Well, "factory" (not replicas) 911 RSR cars there are not many left anywhere in the world as only 55 or so RSR's were built by the factory just in 1973 alone and not many more in 1974.
mIchael Lederman 22-Feb-2006 13:27
Looks like a very cool site,there are a bunch of these cars in my area.
914-6 GT30-Jan-2006 23:39
Michael, I am trying to reach you but I don't see your email address. Can you please contact me directly at Thank you for your post and information. ;)
Guest 30-Jan-2006 21:01
Hi Armando,
amazing work. By the way I am the owner of the 1974 Wally's Jeans RSR. The cars VIN is 0050004 because it is a Kremer Brothers car. The factory delivered a new "racing" bodyshell and the kremers built the car for the 1975 DRM series. After a long career in European racing the car was sold to Iceland where it was used for ice racing. I believe that at some point a V8 has been installed. When I bought the chassis it needed the mother of all restaurations which have been carried out at Freisinger Motorsport and Roitmayer Racing in Germany.
I am currently restoring a 2.5 ST which should be ready for the new season if I can find a real Bosch Racing MFI. Maybe You can help.

Best Regards

Michael Foeveny
Munich, Germany
slidevalve911rsr15-Jan-2006 21:35
Hi Tom and thank you for stopping by! Glad to hear you really enjoyed the RSR site, it takes hundreds of hours just to get it to this point but worth it. The reason I don’t have a thread going at Pelicans is because my RSR project is overwhelming and I would have to not only post to my RSR site but then again to the Pelican thread.

I will try and post reminder/updates (from-time-to-time) for those who may be interested in the progress of my RSR project. I love to see more contributions to my RSR site in the form of photos of vintage RSR race cars in action, current restorations of the surviving RSRs as well as unique details that are not normally seen or photographed about these great cars. My goal truly is for the site to become an excellent source of visual reference for all of us to use for many years to come.

How’s your RSR project coming along? Is it finished? Do you have a photo gallery of your car?

All the best!


PS: Pass the word along to those you believe could benefit or can contribute to the 911 RSR Resource site. Thanks again Tom!
tom Butler 15-Jan-2006 14:02

i just got through going through you photo gallery. Unreal. I just finished the conversion of a '73T to RSR clone and thought I was doing a pretty detailed job of preserving the original RSR look and feel. Your project is incredible!!

Do you have a thread going on Pelican or anywhere else that I can follow for the engine build-up. I can't wait to see the progress.
Ernest Burguieres 13-Jan-2006 03:12
Brings back mant memories
Guest 27-Nov-2005 07:55
interesting stuff, out of interest, why use a photography site though... surely you'd have more luck in attracting visitors through an automobile site?