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  1. #641
    Quote Originally Posted by mrm930 View Post
    I asked Canepa - they are asking $350K!!!

    Does that seem like a lot?

  2. #642
    Yes but that includes the Canepa tax.
    Steve Shea #1 joined a long time ago
    58 speedster
    66 912
    97 VW eurovan
    1132 honda snowblower

    member Jackson Hole Ski Club

  3. #643
    Quote Originally Posted by EuroWerkz1 View Post
    Drawing attention to a super detailed 1967 Hot Rod I built that is for sale. I purchased a 959 and part of the deal with Canepa was saying good bye to a few special cars in my stable. This is one of them:
    Canepa, Scotts Valley, CA
    1967 Porsche 911 "Outlaw' Sunroof Coupe
    VIN: 305661
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Golden Green/Blue Vinyl and Tartan Plaid
    Mileage: 37,551 (indicated)
    Price: ~US$350k

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    Dealer Description:

    - Original Factory Sunroof 911 (1 of 200)
    - Full “Outlaw” spec completed to the highest standard
    - 2.8 liter fuel injected flat 6 / 915 Transmission
    - 240hp / 235lb-ft of torque
    - Upgraded transmission, suspension, brakes, wheel/tires, etc.
    - Stunning Golden Green (’68 special color) with tartan plaid green/blue GT seats and complimentary interior trim
    - A very cool “no expense spared” 911 Outlaw with performance, handling and comfort

    This isn’t your average ‘67 911, and this definitely isn’t your average outlaw.

    The first version of the Porsche 911 is a tribute to the company's stunning five-decade evolution. The 911 is a timeless classic. Despite going through various evolutions over the years, it is still, without a doubt, the most well-liked Porsche model.

    This specific example is far from stock, but that’s not a bad thing. This vehicle is a true masterpiece, combining classic original components with subtle modern touches exemplifying the vision and passion of its most recent owners.

    What started as a humble ‘67 Porsche 911 with a 2.0 liter flat six and factory sunroof has since become a gorgeous Golden Green ‘67 outlaw 911 sporting a ‘73 911T 2.7 liter that has been bored out to 2.8 liters pushing 240hp and 235lb-ft of torque.

    When this car was originally restored and modified, it was a 3-year rotisserie process done to an extremely high standard of excellence. The 911 was subjected to a fresh ’73 911T 2.7 liter, 915 transmission, and a Golden Green paint finish paying homage to the special-order color offer from 1968. Other components such as upgraded headers, exhaust, cams, suspension, and a custom upholstered interior were also tied into the original custom build of this vehicle.

    When the most recent owner purchased this vehicle in 2014, he decided to enjoy the car for a few years before undergoing his own modifications to take it to the next level. Through Accumoto, the car was completely dismantled and inspected so the owner could get a complete understanding of what he was working with. He decided to clean up the look of the underside and wheel wells using WURTH material and then opted to color-match the trunk and engine compartment in order to create a cohesive canvas for his masterpiece.

    With the help of Accumoto the engine was pushed further. They kept the 2.7-liter mag case but bored it to 2.8 liters and incorporated Rasant fuel injection paired with a MOTEC engine management system. As well the gearbox was rebuilt using all-new genuine Porsche bearings, synchros, and 1st-3rd sliders accompanied by a new guard LSD. Brakes and suspension were upgraded using S calipers in the front along with 6” x 15” Fuchs wheels. Elephant suspension and oil cooling were included and utilized as well.

    The custom interior is where you can really witness the mesh between original and modern components. All black vinyl found within the vehicle is original S trim, thanks to Jason’s efforts in scouring the Early 911S Registry for the correct interior. Custom-tinted sun visors were fabricated to pay homage to the early Porsches and VWs. GTS seats were then added to the vehicle after being re-covered in blue vinyl and tartan plaid material that would match the blue door cards. On top of this, all wiring, lights, mechanicals, and seals were addressed to ensure any and all potential problems would be prevented. As finishing touches to this work of art, an original Momo steering wheel and original leather shift knob as well as Cibie headlights and driving lights were added to complete the build.

    Upon its arrival here at Canepa, it was evident that this 911 was nearly showroom ready. After going through our Canepa difference process where it was personally test-driven by Bruce Canepa and then inspected by our team of veteran technicians, it was clear to us that nothing was needed. Thus, the vehicle was sent over to our detailing team for a wash and light foam pad polish and it was off to our showroom floor.
    Doug Dill

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

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    Vintageracer John Straub's Avatar
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    Sep 2006
    San Clemente
    Wow! What an awesome hot rod!

    1965 911 #301111, Red Book Vol 1 "Cover Car," owned 53 years.
    1967 911 #307347, bare-bones, some road wear, a little surface rust, and a few dents..., owned 13 years.
    1970 914/6GT, (Sold - ran the last three Rennsports)owned 30 years.

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    Registry #983
    R Gruppe #741

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    Peter Kane

    '72 911S Targa
    Message Board Co-Moderator - Early 911S Registry #100

  6. #646

    FS: @RM|Sotheby's - '68 911S Race Car - #0988

    RM|Sotheby's Amelia Island Auction, March 3, 2023
    1968 Porsche 2.0L 911S Coupe Vintage Race Car
    Chassis: 11800988
    Engine: 961784
    Trans: -
    Color: Ossi Blue/Black
    Mileage: 20,807 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: -
    Sold for: TBD

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    Doug Dill

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

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    Reseda, CA.

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    Took this pic at a PCA Concourse at the Greystone Mansion, Beverly Hills CA. in 2010....
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    '73S cpe #1099 - Matched # 2.7/9.5 RS spec rebuild
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