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For Sale: 1966 Porsche 911
in Houston, Texas

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Driver Source
14750 Memorial Dr.
Houston, TX 77079
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This 1966 Porsche 911 2dr Coupe features a 2.0 6cyl Gasoline engine. It is equipped with a 5 Speed Manual transmission. The vehicle is Silver with a Black interior. It is offered As-Is, not covered by a warranty. - 1966 Porsche 911 2.0L Coupe Chassis No. 303449 Engine No. 903614 Gearbox No. 7198050 Numbers-Matching 2.0L Engine Offered with Factory Kardex Porsche Certificate of Authenticity Desirable Short Wheelbase 911 in Original Colors Tasteful 911R/Cup Car upgrades with Low Hours since Restoration Ideal for Use in Vintage Race/Rally/Touring Events Around the Globe Includes Extensive File of Records and Documentation From a Prominent Competition Porsche Themed Texas Collection Track Test Video Links Below! Completed on January 18, 1966, in Silver Metallic paint over Black Leatherette upholstery, this 911 Coupe was sold new through Four-J Motors in Huntington Park, California to a Mr. Rutt, a local resident of Huntington Park. The car's Porsche Kardex records early servicing entries and build specifications, as does the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. The 911 was eventually found in Douglas, Arizona in the late 1990s. The car was located in a sand lot, painted red, but in exceptionally preserved condition with zero rust or rot. A project was commissioned to bring the Porsche back to life, eventually taking the better half of 10 years to complete. The car was totally stripped down to a shell, smoothed and straightened with all metal finishing leaded in where needed. Deco molding holes were welded in while the body and pans needed no rust repair. The front and rear suspension pieces were stripped and had a baked on aircraft finish applied. Everything from new wheel bearings to custom built koni double adjustable shocks were addressed. A drawn over mandrel roll cage was then built to the specs of a GT3 1999 factory race car and installed in the vehicle. Chuck Croteau of Redline Service rebuilt the original numbers-matching engine. A list of specifications include: Weber 46 mm Carburetors, PMO manifolds, factory 2.0L heads ported to 38mm, Original block case with modified oil system, Aluminum factory case main caps and 2.0 factory non counter weighted crankshaft. Additionally, Polished and balanced factory connecting rods, JE 10/1 ratio pistons, Web Cam 502/104 camshaft, 2.0L 1969 911S valves, new springs and rockers on the valve train, Center Force clutch and pressure plate, 911S lightweight flywheel and rounding out the exhaust with a P911-S/NS European Racing Header. The 2.0 liters of displacement produces 130hp at the rear wheels and 100 ft. lb. of torque. The ignition system is powered by a Bosch MSD and Bosch 3.2 Carrera style alternator. The 911's transmission is near to 1969 factory specifications, with a 7:31 ratio, Quaffe limited slip differential and Lobro axels. Suspension: Factory 911 S 1969 with Weltmiester torsion bars and Factory trailing arms with Weltmiester adjustable torsion bars. Brakes: 911S alloy front ATE Steering: Porsche factory. Wheels and Tires: 6X15 alloys 1970 911S, Nitto 205/50/15. After the build completion, the car was road tested for over 1,000 miles with multiple chassis dyno runs to dial everything in. It was then taken to Bob Bondurant School of High Performance driving for sorting by chief driving instructor Mike McGovern. Soon after, the 911 took 1st place at Phoenix Concours de Elegance with 321.9 of 325 possible points by Porsche Club of America. Sold on a clear title, the car is very capable of competing in governed vintage racing circuits, rally events such as Tour Auto or a drive around town. It comes attractively displayed in original colors with very low hours and original factory matching motor. Records, receipts, spec sheets, photographs and videos are included in the sale and truly attribute this fantastic 911 Short Wheelbase. Full Resolution Photos At: 1966 Porsche 911 Video links First startup of engine (right-click; open new tab) Final test drive at Bondurant school (right-click; open new tab) $132,500.00 Offers Welcomed To learn more about this vehicle, please contact our sales department at (281) 497-1000 or Selling Made Simple. We buy classic European American sports cars! One vehicle entire collections! Finder's fees paid! - - Contact DriverSource Sales Team at 281-497-1000 or for more information. - Priced to Sell Contact Jose Romero 281-497-1000 -

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