Pablo Escobar’s Porsche for sale again

Bidding for a rare Porsche 911 RSR release 1974 – some time it owned the Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar and even participated in the races on the site of Collecting Cars. At the moment, the supercar is being offered for $851,500, though in March of this year this car has already been tried for sale – then it was valued at 2.2 million dollars.

This track car was built among the 15 cars for the racing series IROC and originally owned by the famous Roger Penske. It was driven at various times by racers John Tunstall, Charlie Kemp and Emerson Fittipaldi. The car’s racing career lasted until 1978, after which the Porsche 911 RSR was resold to Columbia.
According to the sellers, Pablo Escobar, who became the new owner of the supercar, “disguised” it in the body of a Porsche 935 and raced it in a number of races. After the death of a drug lord car returned to the U.S., where it has been restored twice – in the 1990s and in the period from 2007 to 2010. The coupe has now been returned to its original specifications and is styled in the livery in which Fittipaldi drove it, including the unusual Sahara Beige body color.
The supercar is said to be in excellent condition, with the exception of extremely slight signs of age wear. The car is equipped with a three-liter six-cylinder “opposition engine” paired with a five-speed “manual”.
In March of this year, the car was offered for sale through the Atlantis Motor Group dealership located in Florida. Who exactly is the seller at the moment, is not specified, but according to the auction site, it is also located in Florida. Despite the fact that the lot is accompanied by new photos, we can assume that in the spring to sell the supercar for 2.2 million dollars failed. The current current bid was made 12 hours ago, and the auction itself ends in just over 9 hours.