Another Outlaw: ’73 Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Outlaw
No, it isn’t a real Porsche Carrera but it is a real Porsche early 911. Good enough. We all know by now early 911s are pretty valuable cars. The valuation increases of the past 20 years are nothing short of stratospheric. A good 911S in 1993 could be had for $10,000. Today you can add a zero to that number. The same goes for the more mild-mannered early cars: the T and the E. But some of these wonderful cars probably got tossed off the collectible track a while ago. Probably due to some aborted restoration or ill-executed engine swap crushing the valuation permanently. But there are some smart folks to the rescue. Take those cars and make a proper clone or outlaw out of them. Do them right and you’ll have a wonderful sports car that will be as much fun as a real one – maybe more. Here is a good example of what we mean. It is a ’73 Porsche 911T with a ’85 3.2 litre Carrera engine, 915 transmission, oil cooler, full Carrera suspension, 21-gallon tank, Porsche sports seats and the listing goes on and on. It is made of all Porsche metal too. It was originally a California car so the seller states it is rock-solid. Like everything else, it looks great in the pictures but a proper PPI will tell the true story. We think it is a good one. See the eBay listing by clicking here.