1972 Porsche 911 by KAEGE Delivers Impressive Power

The 1970s have been quite fruitful for Porsche, which used to dominate the sports car market with the one-off and iconic 911. The car is still one of the most wanted models from the German based carmaker, and can be seen in different tuning forms.

The latest 1972 Porsche 911 from the F-Series to wear a tuning program is this one seen here signed by KAEGE tuner, which has brought a significant power boost under the hood, along with fine new body styling elements.

The 1972 Porsche 911 is packing the 3.6-liter naturally-aspirated air-cooled petrol burner taken from the 993 generation, which now delivers 300 horsepower, being sent to the rear via a six-speed manual transmission.

From a visual standpoint, this gorgeous 911 has preserved its true old-fashioned identity, but has been also modded with some fine tweaks, like Osram LED project lights embedded in the car`s classic lights. The entire styling is complemented by the five-spoke alloy wheels with Michelin rubbers.

Stepping inside, the cabin is now adorned with the high-end leather upholstery on the Recaro sports seats, door cards or steering wheel. Other features include multi-link rear suspension, air conditioning, additional airbags or ventilated disc brakes.

The 1972 Porsche 911 by KAEGE will be officially presented at the Retro Classic, taking place this year in Stuttgart.

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Written by Eduard Huma

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