Welcome to StreetDreamsTexas as we celebrate our 18th year in the classic and muscle car business. When you've been in business for as long as we have, there is a tendency to believe that you have seen it all. Well, none of us has ever seen anything like this 2003 Porsche! Originally equipped with all-wheel-drive and a 3.6L six cylinder engine, this Speed Yellow missile now sports an LS3 with a GM performance cam powering the rear wheels. Careful examination of the photographs and/or the car itself will show that this is NOT a standard engine swap, but rather a carefully engineered work of art. A fine example of this attention to detail is the beautiful installation of the hydraulic pump for the power steering. With the extra torque provided by the hot LS3, the owner opted for a taller final drive ratio of 3.00:1. Porsche had no matching ratio for the front differential, so the AWD was removed and the hydraulic pump was installed in the space provided. The workmanship is outstanding. We will be adding a better description soon. However if you are interested in this vehicle please get in contact with us so we can answer any other questions you may have. Street Dreams is a full service dealership that can assist with worldwide delivery, insurance, and financing options.
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