We are very excited to have back in our showroom this very rare Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS British Legends Edition. The 'Legend' being Richard Attwood one of the most successful works racing drivers of Porsche AG.
Just over 52 years ago in 1970, Richard Attwood achieved his first victory for Porsche at the 24 hour Le Mans. After 343 laps Richard Attwood and Hans Herrmann crossed the finish line in the Porsche 917 KH from Salzburg with the start number 23.
With only 15 units of each livery produced and designed by the drivers who took historic wins in the 24 hours of Le Mans for the factory Porsche Team, Richard Attwood (1970), Derke Bell (1981, 1982, 1986 & 1987) and Nick Tandy (2015). The 911 Carrera 4 GTS British Legends Editions are easily identified by the number on their winning Porsche racing car and colour scheme incorporated into the livery. The Legend editions are all intricately hand finished and carry a Union Jack symbol combined with the driver's signature on each one.
Mr Attwood kindly came to our showroom and agreed to a photoshoot with his 911, number 23.
This 911 is the Salzberg with Red and White livery is currently on display in our showroom, for full specification of the vehicle please click here or alternatively contact a member of our sales team on 01902 397911 .
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