Bobby Allison (IROC) Evocation In October 1973, twelve of the top drivers in the world were invited to compete in the International Race of Champions (IROC) over 4 rounds. Identical cars based on the Porsche 911 3.0 RSR were produced by Porsche Motorsport as the drivers mount, and each car was finished in a different period colour for easy identity on the circuit. Bobby Allison was NASCARS top record holder at the time and he drove the Gulf Blue example in the series. Today original IROC 911s are highly collectable and also very expensive! This car is a faithful visual recreation of the Bobby Allison car based on a 1985 3.2 Carrera and it appears from the history initially created by Eagle Racing in 2007 for its then current keeper but retaining the standard mechanicals. After acquisition by the last registered keeper, further work has being carried out in 2013/2014 by Rennsport Classics, RSR Engineering and Redtek to create a stunning Evocation with some great mechanical ingredients to ensure it goes and sounds as well as it looks. With a kerb weight of circa 1000kgs and 360BHP this IROC rep is a genuinely a quick car that has the ability to show many modern 911s a clean pair of h
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