While some of you have critiqued our headlines for the use of hyperbole, there's one thing that's certain in this story.
This headline is not an overstatement, not in the least bit.
Ask any Porschephile and they'll tell you this straight and simple. The 911 2.7 RS "duckbill" is one of those cars in the history of 911s — which is RICH — that is like a $100 bill. Sure, you can have a new 991 or a 993 but, in comparison, those are $1 bills.
Join Petrolicious as it speaks with architect Jonathan Segal and learns more about his passion for his Signal Yellow 1973 Porsche 911 2.7 RS.
Respected architect Jonathan Segal poetically describes what the 1973 Porsche 911 2.7L RS meant both to Porsche and its drivers. Jonathan's career as an architect has developed his pursuit for purity in the structures he creates. One look around Jonathan's studio and garage, and you'll know this isn't just a man cave for rusted signs and pin-up girls—it's a forum, allowing each car to communicate to their viewers. Jonathan's signal-yellow RS demands an audience and it incites him to drive to the redline every time.