This is a 1976 Porsche 911 coupe was restored in the 90's and took nearly 7 years to complete. The wide body flares that have been added to the car are steel welded flush and then leading was done to contour the flaring. The only fiberglass on the car is the whale tail in the rear and the front spoiler. The metal work was done by a professional body shop.
Serial number on the engine is *6119134*
The 2.7L was bored out and rebuilt at the time of the cars restoration
Stainless steel dual exhaust
6 singe barrel carbs, one for each cylinder
Add on cooling system that has a stainless vent stack under the spoiler
The wheels are BBS Wheels and the tires run 245/50ZR16 in the front and the rears are 255/50ZR16
4 wheel vented drilled disc brakes
Race suspension with dual sway bars
All the interior has been replaced over time and is in good condition.
The gauges are all custom painted white with black and they look great.
The seats are upgraded power seats from a 928 S4
New Optima battery
All bearings replaced on wheels and all joints were repacked
The car runs great and deserves to be driven. It has the iconic wide body look and will draw attention wherever it goes.
Car collector uses camping combo for long journeys
Docket also includes special Triumph Bonneville motorcycle
The Pick of the Day is a 1980 coupe that’s been rebuilt and restored
The Pick of the Day is a pinnacle of the period’s performance models
Or, “How a bit of teal paint launched an entire division of Porsche”
The Pick of the Day defies the years in immaculate factory trim
Silverstone projects the car will sell between $428,000 and $479,000
DP Motorsport has already blown us away with its updated take on the Porsche 935
Sale climbs to $17.5 million, 38 percent higher than last year, with the late Walter Payton’s car topping the results