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

  1. #11
    Some cool big block long hoods for sale. I made the mistake of paying off mine, and now I am itching for something else.
    Early 911 S Registry #2701
    930 powered 1973 911T

  2. #12

    Already purchased this one, it is a blast !

    The original San Diego owner had this 1977 911s converted into an 86 Carrera in 1986 by ANDIAL using new factory parts which including a new crated 3.2 motor. The car has had 3 careful So Cal owners since; has 68000mi on the chassis and significantly less on the 3.2 motor.

    The car had a full tear down and repaint from Sienna Metallic to Grand Prix White with Dolphin Grey IROC Bumpers. Themed as a light weight car everything not needed for comfortable weekend sports touring and canyon carving was removed - 2400lbs with spare/tools and fuel. Many refreshes, replacements and upgrades.

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  3. #13

    One more picture of the Grand Prix white 77S 3.2 hotrod


    First week of ownership earlier this summer.

  4. #14
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    Peter Kane

    '72 911S Targa
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  5. #15

    Deja Vu all over again . . .

    As seen before at Porsche Classics at the Castle, Castle Hedingham, UK - but at a new lower estimate.
    Coys at Ascot, October 10, 2015, Ascot Racecourse, UK
    1971 Porsche 911 E Coupe - 2.7 RSR Specification - Lot 158
    VIN: 9111200147
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Registration Number: Danish Registered
    Mileage: -
    Auction Estimate: £60,000 - £75,000/~US$91,000 - $113,500

    Auction Description:

    With the Porsche philosophy in mind, the vendor of this 911E decided to fit a larger 3.6 964 engine for increased power and performance. Built up by the vendor over a period of 3 years, and completed in 2012, this 911E now drives like a completely different machine. Having been tested at the famous Nürburgring circuit, it has been deemed a truly great drivers car.

    Now weighing in at around 1150kg, with a 274bhp motor mated to the strong G50 gearbox, Turbo brakes on each corner, Bilstein shocks, and RSR specification Fuchs alloy wheels, this car most definitely looks and drives the part.
    Doug Dill

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

  6. #16

    Former Barrett Smith/Jeff Gamroth car with a 3.8L RS motor. Totally sweet but asking $224,990. As an owner of a Smith/Gamroth hotrod this add makes me happy. I would personally love this car but it is a bit out of my reach.
    Early 911 S Registry #2701
    930 powered 1973 911T

  7. #17

    A nice car for sale in Orange County, CA:
    1970 911T
    1972 De Tomaso Pantera
    1997 993 Carrera 6-Speed (Gone but not forgotten)

  8. #18

    FS: @eBay: 66 Coupe - 911R clone

    "1966 Porsche 911 Coupe that was made into a race car that is now street legal."
    VIN: 304250
    Engine: 907456 (modified to twin-plug)
    Trans: - (901/05)
    Color: -
    Mileage: 99,328
    Price: US$99,975

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    Dealer's Description:

    This is a 1966 Porsche 911 Coupe that was made into a race car that is now street legal. Car is vin # 304250 with motor # 907456 and casting # 901/05. Engine is period correct with twin plug cylinder heads. Weber carbs, headers and MSD ignition. Has fuel cell and battery cut off switch. Car has no heater but does have AC. Interior has race seats, roll bar, cage and harnesses. Doors, deck lid, hood are fiberglass. Front windshield is glass, rest of windows are lexan (plastic). Brakes are later model S brakes.
    Doug Dill

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

  9. #19

    A 1973 911T done with an RS flavor and a 2.7 twin plug engine. It is on Bring a Trailer as an auction car now:
    1970 911T
    1972 De Tomaso Pantera
    1997 993 Carrera 6-Speed (Gone but not forgotten)

  10. #20
    Again....not mine.

    An interesting car in need of many parts, but has an interesting look about it:

    1970 911T
    1972 De Tomaso Pantera
    1997 993 Carrera 6-Speed (Gone but not forgotten)

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