Page 41 of 41 FirstFirst ... 31394041
Results 401 to 407 of 407

Thread: R, RS and RSR clone cars, hot rods, R gruppe cars, or otherwise for Sale

  1. #401
    Quote Originally Posted by DOUGS73E View Post
    Could you share the VIN (Chassis Number)? GLWTS.
    Koskin Import, Tapionkatu 5, 37600 Valkeakoski, Finland.
    1973 Porsche 911T Targa
    VIN: -
    Engine: (3.6 Conversion)
    Trans: -
    Color: Red/Black
    Mileage: -
    Price: €75,000/~US$84,000

    Attachment 488907

    Attachment 488908

    Attachment 488909

    Attachment 488910

  2. #402

    FS: @eBay - 1972 Porsche 911T Targa with Built 3.2L

  3. #403
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2011
    Palm Coast, FL.
    ESR # 2300

  4. #404
    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Alfonso View Post
    1970 Porsche 911T Coupe, Lot#18979
    VIN: 9110102310
    Sold for: NO SALE (Highest bid: $106,000 on 5/20/19)

    70 RSR 1.jpg
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 05-24-2019 at 09:45 AM. Reason: Added sold for price.
    Doug Dill

    1973 911E Coupe
    PCA #1987109761
    Early 911S Registry #548

  5. #405

    FS: @PCA Classifieds - 1970 911T Coupe - RSR Tribute

    PCA Website Classified Ads
    1970 Porsche 911T, Ad#38681
    VIN: -
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Silver Metallic/Black
    Mileage: 118,000 (claimed)
    Price: US$79,911

    70T 1.jpg

    70T 2.jpg

    70T 3.jpg

    70T 4.jpg

    70T 5.jpg

    Seller's Description:

    She is a 1970 911 t , built into a 3.4 efi , 915 RSR under the watchful eye of Dave Bouzaglou at TRE Motorsports. On 5-2-19 Craig Stanton drove her at willow springs and said only sell if you have too. Well her she is . Way to much to list here. Track/Canyon car , completely dialed in driver.
    Doug Dill

    1973 911E Coupe
    PCA #1987109761
    Early 911S Registry #548

  6. #406

    BaT No Reserve Auction - 1981 gulf blue backdate turbo with 420 hp


    1981 Porsche 911 Backdated Turbo Hot Rod

    VIN #WP0AA0913BS120587

    This is a 1981 Porsche 911 SC that has been backdated with factory steel body panels to look like a 1973 911 RS. I have owned the car since 2013 and have performed a full mechanical and cosmetic upgrade and refresh in that time. A rust and accident free ’81 SC coupe with fully galvanized chassis in black with 105,000 miles was the basis of this conversion which was begun by the previous owner around 2012. A thorough glass out color change to Gulf Blue was performed and the front end backdate was done at that time using fiberglass parts for the conversion. Within a week of my taking delivery of the car in 2013 I was in an accident that damaged the fiberglass pieces on the front end (photos of accident damage included). There was no chassis or suspension damage at all. I had the car repaired by Eurotech Bodywerkes in Kirkland, Washington using all factory steel parts, including the correct early latch panel, factory hood, and factory early S front bumper. The rear bumper and duck tail are now the only fiberglass body panels on the car. The drivetrain has been upgraded with a 1978 930 3.3 liter turbo motor running through an early short bell housing 930 transmission (4 speed) with limited slip differential. The motor has less than 4,000 miles since a rebuild by European Autowerke in Fall City, Washington and makes a dyno proven 359 wheel hp (420 crank HP assuming 15% driveline loss) and 324 lb/ft of torque (380 crank lb/ft). Suspension and brakes have been significantly upgraded to match. The car weighs 2,360 lbs, which makes for a power to weight ratio of 5.61 Lbs per HP (better than a Hellcat and just shy of a new Z06 Corvette).

    • Rust free chassis with approximately 115,000 current miles
    • Professionally backdated by Eurotech Bodywerkes in Kirkland, Washington at a cost of over $17,000 using factory steel hood, latch panel, fenders, and early S bumper and painted Gulf Blue
    • This 1978 3.3 turbo motor (type 930/61, serial number 6880280) was rebuilt in 2016 by Bernd Buschen of European Autowerke in Fall City, Washington, and has new JE pistons making 8.0:1 compression, Web 964 profile cams, K27-7200 turbo, GHL headers with heat, Rarelyl8 Hooligan muffler, Turbokraft custom large core intercooler to fit under a ducktail, 964 recirculation valve, Leask WUR, Leask RPM switch, Euro fuel head, MSD fully programmable ignition system with custom advance curve and boost retard, Tial Wastegate with a 0.2 bar spring, and a Turbosmart Eboost electronic boost controller allowing switching between 336 hp (0.2 bar), 380 hp (0.5 bar), and 420 hp (0.7 bar) at the touch of a button. During the recent rebuild the heads were completely rebuilt with new valves and guides and were twin glugged, but the motor is still running single plug ignition. With a change to a larger turbo, electronic fuel injection, and using twin plugs, this motor could easily make over 500 hp without any additional modifications.

    This motor is very streetable and reliable. Unlike stock 930 motors that make no power off boost and then hit hard when boost comes on, the higher compression, 964 cams, revised advance curve, less restrictive intercooler, free flowing exhaust, and faster spooling turbo combine to give this motor very good off boost performance that transitions to power on boost in a quick and predictable manner. Additionally the 964 style recirculation valve is much more efficient that the stock 930 manifold in maintaining boost in on/off throttle situations. This all adds up to a powerful and responsive motor that is a joy to drive whether on boost or not.

    In low boost (0.2 bar) tune it makes 286 whp (336 crank hp) and 250 wlb/ft (294 crank lb/ft). In this tune peak torque is at 5,500 rpm and it feels like a large and powerful naturally aspirated motor. This makes for a very approachable and predictable power curve that is great for the uninitialed or limited traction situations (rain). Still, at this boost level the motor is making over 50 hp more than a stock 3.6 varioram motor from a 993.

    At high boost (0.7 bar) the motor makes 359 whp (420 crank hp) and 324 wlb/ft (381 crank lb/ft). Notice on the dyno sheet that at this setting you are at almost peak torque at 3,600 rpm and hp climbs and holds all the way to the 7,000 rpm redline. This is a lot of power in such a light car, but it can put it down effectively with the torque biasing differential and 245 tires. If you put your foot down, you better be sure you have room in front of you and know where you are going, because you’ll get there sooner than you think.

    • The transmission is a 1976 short bellhousing 930 transmission with Quaif torque biasing limited slip diff and Rennshift housing with tall shift lever, new shift bushings, and 917 style wood shift knob. The transmission was rebuilt by Mike Garriga of Stoddard in 2011 and opened and examined again in 2016 by European Autowerke with no issues found.
    • Engine oil is cooled by the stock motor mounted cooler and a Carrera style cooler in the front passenger fender with a high flow (700 CFM) electric fan. These coolers keep the temperatures in a reasonable range for street use (180-190 degrees in high ambient temp transitions from freeway to stop and go traffic), but if someone wanted to track the car regularly the car would possibly need a second front cooler depending on ambient temps and skill of the driver.
    • The car runs duel Bosch 044 fuel pumps, one at the fuel tank in front and one before the motor, mounted just behind the driver side back seat.
    • Front brakes are 993 brake calipers over early style two-piece 930 turbo rotors with aluminum center hats from Rebel Racing and rear brakes are aftermarket Brembos that are the same dimensions/specs as 993 rear calipers over 930 rear rotors. The master cylinder is a new, boosted 23mm unit. New stainless steel flex lines were installed at all four corners. These brakes are very strong, especially for such a light car, and more than capable of handling all the power this car puts out and then some.
    • Suspension consists of Elephant racing Poly-bronze bushings, Elephant Racing sport hardness rubber trailing arm bushings, 21/27 torsion bars, Bilstein HD inserts in Boge struts on the front and Bilstein Sports on the rear, turbo tie rods, new ball joints, and factory 20mm sway bars front and rear. The car is tight and handles beautifully without being harsh or uncomfortable on the street.
    • The car runs on 16x8 Fuch wheels from a 944 turbo in front and 16x9 inch Fuch wheels in back with 205/55/16 and 245/45/16 RE11 Tires with over 95% tread left on them.
    • A 935 style boost gauge is in place of clock
    • The oil temp gauge was upgraded with a new old style gauge that is numerically graduated and calibrated unit.
    • Seats are GTS Classics ST style fiberglass backed units with houndstooth inserts
    • RS style carpet kit with deleted rear seats
    • RS style door panels with reproduction metal pulls instead of plastic.
    • Radio delete plate with IROC style shift sticker (can easily be removed)
    • Brand new Dansk reproduction 100 liter (26.4 gallon) rally fuel tank with correct long fuel level sender.
    • LED projector headlights provide hugely upgraded visibility at night. No modifications required to fit these and thus easily replaceable with H4’s or other stock lights if so desired.
    • New heater control valves
    • New sunroof seals
    • New rear window seal
    • Vacuum accumulator tank and fuel evaporation charcoal filter are hidden in the smugglers box.
    • Vinyl dash cover over the stock SC dash.
    • Freshly restored sun visors.
    • 964 RS hood prop rod.

    Walk around and driving video:

    Cold Start Video:

    Acceleration video:
    1969 911 ST w/ 2.8SS
    1973 911 RS tribute with 3.3 turbo
    1970 914-6 w/ 2.2S (sold)
    1972 BMW M2 (sold)
    R Gruppe #338
    S Reg # 855

  7. #407
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    SF Bay Area, CA
    1973 Porsche 3.6L 911T Coupe
    VIN: 9113101703
    Engine: ??
    Trans: ???
    Color: rose red
    Mileage: 92,432 (indicated)
    Price: US$102,000

    Owned since 1994, original paint, no rust. In all the Porsche events I have been to, I have not seen this color (Rose Red) on any other car...ever. The car has not been driven in the rain since I owned the car. In 2002 2.4L CIS upgraded to 3.6L - w/two oil coolers, 915 transmission, 930 turbo brakes, Fuchs wheels, Weltmeister sway bars, GT ZF diff, Recaro seats.

    My 1973 is truly the best of both worlds, the original shell of a vintage 911, with modern power, brakes, and suspension. All work done by Jeff Gamroth/Rothsport in Sherwood, Oregon. If you do not know Rothsport Racing, research his shop, it is one of the best in the country. I have all documentation for all work completed. This is a one of a kind 911, an amazing driving experience. Approximately 5,000 miles on the car since the 3.6 upgrade (work started when 85700 miles).

    PCA member for 25 years, too much detail to list here, let me know what questions you have.

    I am happy to help coordinate a pre-purchase inspection.


    Currently in between Porsches. Sold my 73.5T Targa, now suffering from serious withdrawal symptoms. Attending Rennsport Reunion VI didn't really help getting over it.

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts

Message Board Disclaimer
This is a public forum. Messages posted here can be viewed by the public. The Early 911S Registry is not responsible for messages posted in its online forums, and any message will express the views of the author and not the Early 911S Registry. Use of online forums shall constitute the agreement of the user not to post anything of religious or political content, false and defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, threatening, invasive of a person's privacy, or otherwise to violate the law and the further agreement of the user to be solely responsible for and hold the Early 911S Registry harmless in the event of any claim based on their message. Any viewer who finds a message objectionable should contact us immediately by email. The Early 911S Registry has the ability to remove objectionable messages and we will make every effort to do so, within a reasonable time frame, if we determine that removal is necessary.