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    1967 911S engine complete

    Porsche 911S engine complete.

    has the correct weber carbs etc. very nice condition, has been in dry storage for a number of years.

    960501 is the engine number which was the last 67S engine to be fitted with the IDA carbs.

    as a silencer with it and all the tinware.

    Engine is located in the UK, I am happy to strap to a pallet for international shipping.

    I would £20k GBP for it as it sits, I don't have the facilities to run it up but see no reason it won't run as it looks so nice, was bought in many years ago in this condition.


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    fake number stamp?

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    That number doesn’t look original to me.

    Do you have the type / seq. number?


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    it is a 901/02 there is no sequence number

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    Ok, but can you share a picture of the area I marked red? Thanks!

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    Seems the original type number (901/x) was grinded off.

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    The build number will tell us more. So, please show the build number. So far looks like a fake S engine. Thanks.

    -Allen-

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    Seems the build number has been grinded off Allen?

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    It's too bad someone re-stamped this number; probably to go with their car. (Anyone know the matching Chassis Number? If it were a coupe the VIN would be 3066XX +/-) You never know what you get (inside), especially with a engine like this. It is not necessarily a bad engine but the re-stamping gives it a bad "smell." For the right price, someone will buy it. Thanks.
    -Allen-

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