This 1971 Porsche 911 S/T was one of three factory works cars entered into the 1971 East African Safari rally. As #19, this car was driven by Sobieslaw Zasada and Marian Bien to a fifty overall finish. Zasada and Bien drove this car in the 1972 Easter African Safari rally as a private entry under the #12, and finished second. The car was briefly owned by Porsche engineer and driver Jurgen Barth, who sold the car to John Buffum. Buffum drove the car in the 1975 Cannonball run, which challenged the new U.S. 55 mph speed law, as well to his 1976 North American Ring Association championship. The car completed its competition history as an ice rally car under the ownership of Bob Hourihan.
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(Data based on Model Year 1971
Vehicles That Failed To Sell1971 Porsche 911 ST/GT's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
|Vehicle||Chassis||Event||High Bid||Est. Low||Est. High|
|1971 Porsche 911 S/T coupé compétition Gr. 4|| ||2012 Artcurial Motorcars at Rétromobile|| || || |
|1971 Porsche 911 ST||911 130 0647||2010 RM Auctions Sporting Classics of Monaco||$275,000||$290,000||$320,000|
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