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Thread: Porsche 911 Lightweight 1973 for racing

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    Here's the FIA homologation document you refer to:

    Find it and many others here:

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    Quote Originally Posted by edmayo View Post
    I would think the next step should be finding that missing trailer wheel
    hehe bearing broke... this trailer has at least 150K km!!

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    Does someone have a CAD designed door hinges?
    I already dig the internet and found nothing...

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    Thank you for the update. It's looking good.

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    Looking good - removable harness bar?
    Jeff Burger Hudson valley ny

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    72 T stock coupe 90 K miles

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    Sorry, but I still don’t understand your intent for this racecar. The relevant question is not what was the original FIA homologation. This is NOT an original FIA homologated car; it is a replica. The relevant question is what racing organization do you plan to race with, and what are their rules? If it is just to be a track/DE car, no problem. But if you plan to actually compete in sanctioned races, you need to build the car to be race legal. I race with PCA Club Racing, RMVR (under the Vintage Motorsports Council), and SCCA. None of those organizations would allow the fiberglass fenders, doors, etc. that you mentioned early on in this thread. According to my friends in Europe, FIA is even more strict.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raspritz View Post
    The relevant question is not what was the original FIA homologation.
    If FIA allowed it back in the day, they allow it today. I.e can you prove fiberglass hoods were used on an ST in 1972? Then you can use it in historic racing today under FIA. So fiberglass is allowed, depending on the model you are building.

    PMO carbs, not so much.

    But yes, FIA are strict.
    SEARCHING FOR ENGINE 6208326 (last seen in car with VIN 9111101452)

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    Senior Member Fuchs's Avatar
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    Bernardo, Garagem João Gomes built a ST replica for Race Ready Racing Series, they be of any help.
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