The Porsche 917/30 OW 1975 is a limited edition, hand-crafted sports car, with a long and storied history. This particular model is arguably the most iconic of the 917s, and a favorite among classic sports car fans. The 917/30 OW 1975 is powered by a 5.4-litre, flat-twelve engine, capable of an estimated 1,200 horsepower and a top speed of over 350 km/hr. Thanks to its lightweight construction and aerodynamic body design, the 917/30 OW boasts exceptional handling and agility, making it a formidable presence on the racetrack. The front suspension is independent and torsionally stiff, while the rear suspension employs transverse leaf springs and anti-roll bars. Visual appeal is certainly not lacking with the Porsche 917/30 OW 1975, thanks to its distinctive exterior styling. Its long, low curves, wide grille, and deep blue paint job are classic Porsche design elements, and its twin-hinged doors provide an undeniable thrill. Inside, the cockpit is minimalist and comfortable, with simple yet functional leather seating and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. In addition to its outstanding performance, the Porsche 917/30 OW 1975 offers exclusive features such as its unique transmission system, which allows for manual and semi-automatic shifts. This, along with a slew of optional extras, gives the 917/30 OW a truly custom driving experience. The Porsche 917/30 OW 1975 is a masterpiece of engineering and design, and a true testament to the craftsmanship of classic sports cars. For the driver with a refined sense of taste and an appreciation for the best of the best, the 917/30 OW is simply unparalleled.
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