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    what is this worth? 1967S engine

    I dont have any history with it. it looks to have been rebuilt to a good standard and very original.

    960501 901/02 which is the last 67S engine with IDA carbs (still fitted) before the change to IDS at 960502.

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    An interesting engine. Can you tell me the engine build # please. Photos welcome. See here for info on where that is:
    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...Engine-Build-s
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    Carb crossbar and left chain cover have been replaced and not original but thats not a big deal. If someone has the matching chassis it is worth more and you can reallymake the owner um, uncomfortable. I just went throught that with obtaining the original case for my 67S. Not Fun but Done. Without rebuild receipts Id put value in the low to mid 20s. Is the fan housing aluminum (250mm) or magnesium (245mm)?
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    No Crap

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    typically worth more to the car it belongs to.

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    LOOKING FOR 1967S TRANSMISSION #103586
    Looking For 1969T Engine #6195922
    Looking For 1969T Transmission #7194313

    Looking for 1969T Transmission #7195495
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    Quote Originally Posted by davep View Post
    An interesting engine. Can you tell me the engine build # please. Photos welcome. See here for info on where that is:
    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...Engine-Build-s
    can't work out the build number i am afraid, even photographing it and zooming in it is not clear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisc View Post
    can't work out the build number i am afraid, even photographing it and zooming in it is not clear.
    Even a cell phone camera should easily capture the engine number...done it many times...and even easier with the engine out as yours is. Just say'in….

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac73s View Post
    Even a cell phone camera should easily capture the engine number...done it many times...and even easier with the engine out as yours is. Just say'in….
    yes engine number and engine type are fine, just the build number i am struggling with looks to have a 9 and a 0 but thats all i can make out, all other engines i have are really easy to read

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    Quote Originally Posted by 66S View Post
    Is the fan housing aluminum (250mm) or magnesium (245mm)?
    Housing is aluminum Rick.

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