Almost everyone knows the special feature of the Porsche 911 from 1972. It is called the oil flap model, the 911 that was in the wrong hand and caused more engine damage than anyone else when it was first refueled.
Why? Quite simply, Porsche came up with the brilliant idea of installing the oil filler neck exactly where most vehicles have the fuel filler neck and providing it with a deceptive flap.
Many unsuspecting people then filled the oil circuit with gasoline and there were complaints all the time. Reason enough to only install this, well, questionable system in this model year.
Today it makes the oil flap models popular collector’s items. Exactly because of that.
This special model, which was delivered in Germany, was completely rebuilt by us in over 1000 hours according to the original specification.