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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by nckzck View Post
    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:
    http://bringatrailer.com/listing/197...-911t-hot-rod/
    For the Record:
    VIN: 9113103316
    Engine: 6135945
    Trans: 731372

    Auction/Seller's Description:

    This 1973 Porsche 911T Sunroof Coupe was converted into an RS-themed hot rod in the early ’90s. This is a well-optioned example delivered new in paint-to-sample Zambezi Green with Comfort Package as confirmed by the included Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. Starting from a clean and low mileage car, genuine steel RS flares were fitted prior to a high-quality respray. ’73-specific sport seats highlight a very clean interior and the car sits on proper RS-spec Fuchs wheels. Power comes from a 2.7 liter twin-plug engine built around a 1970 T case, and the car has been maintained over the past 12 years by its PCA member owner.

    The seller purchased the car in 2003 and has enjoyed it regularly since. Zambezi Green (Porsche code 231) is a period factory 914 color, ordered on this example at extra cost on Porsche’s paint-to-match program as confirmed by the included COA, which also shows this car was factory-optioned with an S-style front spoiler. The seller says flares are authentic steel RS items from Porsche, and the fiberglass rear bumper and ducktail spoiler are good quality reproductions. Wheels are staggered six and seven inch wide, 15″ Fuchs with 1973 date stamps. Note also the deleted rocker covers.

    The interior has been nicely restored to RS-spec with reupholstered OEM ’73 sports seats with correct double slider locks and tippers. Also fitted are RS style door panels without pockets and 964 RS door pulls. All gauges, lights, and switches are functional, the radio has been deleted with a blanking plate, and the Momo Prototipo steering wheel is new.

    The engine was built on a ’70 T case (#6108785) and is believed to displace 2.7 liters. It runs 40mm Weber IDA carbs and twin plug heads, dual coils, and a 12-plug distributor. The seller says it starts easily and pulls strong with a great sound and excellent throttle response. There is a very small oil stain from the LH cam tower area. Recent work included fitment of a new clutch, shocks and struts (all Bilsteins) as well as new brakes. The car has desireable S-spec alloy front brake calipers.

    A stainless steel exhaust feeds a Dansk Sport muffler with megaphone-style tips. Power is sent through the car’s original 915 transaxle and all gears engage easily with good synchros and positive clutch feel. The seller says engine and trans are free of leaks. Owned by an active Porsche Club of America member, the car regularly participates in club tours and local shows.
    Doug Dill

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

  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by nckzck View Post

    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:

    http://bringatrailer.com/listing/197...-911t-hot-rod/
    Tach redline is 6300 for a supposed 2.7 RS engine...

  3. #23

    FS: @Silverstone Auctions - 1973 3.0L 911 RSR Replica

    Silverstone Auctions, The Porsche Sale 2015, The Wing, Silverstone Circuit, 25th October, 2015
    1973 3.0L 911 RSR Replica, Lot 228
    VIN: 9113500727
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Registration: -
    Mileage: -
    Color: -
    Auction Estimate: 80,000 - 90,000/~US$121,000 - 136,000
    Sold for: Unsold

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    Auction Description:

    This RSR replica is built from a genuine 1973 German chassis, and as such may be eligible for historic racing events. Essentially this is an M491 conversion which includes a fully documented full engine rebuild by ATG Auto-Team-Glinde, GMBH at a cost of 12,000 Euros (8,800). The engine conversion consisted of a tuned 3.0 (2994cc) unit, with RSR pistons, rods and pods, and sports camshafts developing 176kw (240PS). It has been totally overhauled and detailed and a lightweight stainless steel sports exhaust has been fitted. The 5-speed transmission has been rebuilt, suspension lowered and uprated and the whole package is complimented beautifully with the fitting of wide Fuchs alloys with performance tyres at each corner.

    We are told that externally both the bonnet and rear duck tail deck lid are lightened and secured with deck fasteners, wheel arches both front and back have been flared, correct period decals have been added, spotlights have been fitted to both front wings and finally a lightweight air dam sits up front with an integrated oil cooler. The white bodywork is very straight, the gloss of its paintwork is deep, and its shut lines are reassuringly symmetrical and narrow and almost flawless throughout.

    Internally, a 10,000 rpm tacho sits in front of the driver along with a 300 kmh speedometer, a beautiful Momo Corse suede leather steering wheel is fitted, complimented by a superb pair of lightweight adjustable RS bucket seats, lightweight door cards and pull handles and of course, the deletion of the rear seating and radio. Importantly the vendor informs us that the sale includes a full rollover cage front and rear plus race harnesses as seen in the pictures, and these can be easily fitted should the new owner wish.

    Sold with UK Nova documentation, fresh MOT, historical 27 page Dekra report (done after the RSR conversion), current German Fahrzeugbrief and Fahrzeeugschein with historic German registration, and Nova UK paperwork ready for UK registration.
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 10-26-2015 at 11:53 AM. Reason: Added sold for price.
    Doug Dill

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

  4. #24
    That is a VERY nice looking car, Doug. Good find!
    1970 911T
    1972 De Tomaso Pantera
    1997 993 Carrera 6-Speed (Gone but not forgotten)

  5. #25

    Sports Purpose 911 2.8 - Pelican Parts

    A few details here and there and it could be really nice.


    http://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsc...twin-plug.html
    "Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." - Dr. Seuss

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    rgruppe #111

  6. #26
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    That is my car for sale directly above. I was going to post the listing here and you beat me to it, thanks!

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by nckzck View Post
    I had the opportunity to take a close-up look at this car on Saturday while at Auto Kennel. I must say.....it is very nice, and sounds amazing going through the gears.IMG_8514.jpg
    Last edited by nckzck; 10-13-2015 at 12:30 PM. Reason: Photo added
    1970 911T
    1972 De Tomaso Pantera
    1997 993 Carrera 6-Speed (Gone but not forgotten)

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by jpsurfer View Post
    That is my car for sale directly above. I was going to post the listing here and you beat me to it, thanks!
    For the record - GLWS.
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    FS: 1970 911T Sports Purpose 2.8L Twin Plug Non-Sunroof Coupe

    Asking Price: $65,000
    Location: Oceanside, CA
    VIN# 9110101766

    Photo/Video Link (multiple pages so look through all):
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/591293...57659310295960

    911 1.jpg

    911 2.jpg

    911 3.jpg
    Doug Dill

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

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by nckzck View Post
    I had the opportunity to take a close-up look at this car on Saturday while at Auto Kennel. I must say.....it is very nice, and sounds amazing going through the gears.
    For the record - GLWS.
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    1973 Porsche 911 RSR Homage with Gamroth 3.8L Twin Plug 993RS Engine - US$224,990 (Costa Mesa, CA)
    VIN # WP0AB0913ES120316
    ENG# 64T01874 (M64/23)
    Less than 5,000 Miles on Build
    Ferrari Rosso Corso on Black Interior
    5-Speed Manual Gearbox
    Clean and Clear Title
    Backdated from 1984 Carrera Turbolook by Jeff Gamroth

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    Doug Dill

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

  10. #30
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    Auction now live via Bring a Trailer (link below):

    1970 Porsche 911T 2.8L Hotrod | Bring a Trailer

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