In 1972, Porsche introduced the 2.4 S, which was produced for a brief two-year period. It featured a high-revving, fuel-injected flat six, a greatly improved gearbox and several subtle refinements that made the 140+ mph sports car more useable in any situation.
This example has been treated to a comprehensive restoration. It has the correct steel air dam, and with the exception of the windscreen, the windows feature the original Sekurit markings.
In 2011, this car was offered for sale at the Gooding & Company auction held in Amelia Island, Florida. It was estimated to sell for $100,000 - $130,000. Bidding reached 84,000, but was not enough to satisfy the car's reserve. it would leave the auction unsold.