Spotted for sale at Porsport.com is a 1970 Porsche 911 Factory ST Rallye Car. This car has an very interesting history. Its a survivor that has documented race history but due to its conversion to Group 3 specs, it was undiscovered for many years. It is a genuine factory ordered thin metal lightweight rally car weighing in at only 930 Kilograms. This car is looking for a new owner with an asking price of $950,000 usd I hope to see this car again after its restoration.
Vin # 9110301230
It was factory delivered with fat rear fenders, lightweight interior, plastic windows, aluminum front bumper and doors, fiberglass rear bumper in blood orange just as the Werks Cars of 1970. This car has incredible rally history including Monte Carlo. The historical images first show the car as a fat fender light weight Groupe 4 car in 1970 as it was originally built by Porsche. In 1971 the owner fitted the car out as a more standard looking 911S to compete in Groupe 3. This is likely what saved the car as it was bought by an unassuming American as a street car in the 1970’s. He imported her to the U.S. then stored the ST in his barn in Nebraska in 1983 where the car the car was discovered earlier this year. It remains in as found condition.
The ST is complete and very original with all of the hard to find parts including the aluminum front bumper, factory rear flares, etc. It will need a full restoration. The tub is genuine nose to tail with original and untampered numbers including the tin tags. There is no clips, major tub repairs or high rust. Because of the importance and value of this Porsche I will only send a few detail images of the car to those serious about owning it. Having unrestored images out in the world after the car is restored is not something any future owner would want. I invite any serious purchaser to personally inspect the car at my Islip, New York facility. I can provide factory documentation to those interested.
Finding a genuine factory built 911ST in 2020 is an unusual occurrence and likely a chance not to be repeated. Finding any ST that is truly genuine has become a real challenge. An unrestored example such as this is as honest as they come.
Price is 950k US. I will consider Porsche trades.
Porsche Rally Car #9110301230
First Owner Horst Rack Frankfurt Registered F-HR 899
This paper attempts to document all of its competition outings in the hands of Horst Rack
in 1970 and 1971. Some are not able to be verified without photos as it is possible that
Rack used another 911S for some of the events as he was using a 911S in competition
from at least the 1968 Wiesbaden Rallye. Attached is a document compiled by Nikolaus
Straub in Germany with Rack’s competition history between 1968 and 1971.
Competition history 1970
Would have been its first outing. Did it compete here and DNF or not arrive?
Horst Rack in F HR 899 was 4th overall at 32nd International Rallye Wiesbaden. See
entry list below. No photos of the car at this event found so far.
28 May 1970: International Semperit Rallye. car #4 entered as a Gp4 car
Source Rallye Semperit information and photos: www.technischesmuseum.at
19 July 1970 Diepholz (SRP/GT) car # 175 (Diepholz airport track)
Result: 5th in GT+2.0
No photos of the car found at this event so far
30 August 1970 Mainz-Finthen (GT+1.6) car #226
5 September 1970 ADAC- Hessenfahrt
13 February 1971
3 June 1971 International Semperit-Rallye: H. Rack und H. Köhler auf Porsche 911 S
Photo Credit: Erwin Jelinek
Photo Credit: Erwin Jelinek
11 June 1971 ADAC-Rallye Hessen