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    Apr 2016

    porsche 911 1967 911s Engine Rebuilt 901/02 #961439

    Did you get what you wanted for Christmas this year?

    It has looked beautiful in my living room however it is time to unite this with a beautiful SWB porsche...

    I will deliver to local crating company for international or domestic as will need to be properly shipped. Others may pick up in Phoenix AZ.

    Lots of attention to details. Engine # 961439 901/02 1967 911s.

    This was rebuilt by a well known engine builder for a former friends 1967 911s Targa restoration.

    Rather than using the original 67s engine briefly run he opted for a RS spec engine in the car. The 67s was subsequently sold without the original engine and the rebuilt engine remained.

    I purchased for my 1968 911r project. Decided to use a 3.4L High compression Twin Plug engine.

    My project plans changed and i have decided to sell this and hopefully the new owner will appreciate the quality and beauty. Hopefully will be installed in a original 1967s.

    This was rebuilt using Mahle 84mm pistons & cylinders! Has a brand new fully restored correct 67s distributor, all new plugs & wires. Brand new and highest possible quality red fan shroud. Very difficult to get and very costly.New fan and original 901 fan housing. Engine tin and strap have been power coated. Includes manifolds and zinc cad plated linkage. Just add your preference in carburetors.

    Leak down shows as follows previously verified by well known local Porsche engine / restoration facility

    1 2%

    2 2%

    3 1%

    4 2%

    5 2%

    6 4%

    Although this has been enjoyed by Porsche enthusiasts and myself for years sitting in my living room on display with other Porsche automobilia it is time to allow someone else to enjoy in their car or ... living-room.

    I will assist in getting this to a professional crater locally for shipment anywhere in the world. Can drop off at a freight carrier of your choice once crated. Or if you prefer local pick up this would be perfect.

    Cylinder heads have rubber plugs in them under the manifolds.

    Please ask questions. Sold as pictured with my phone. Beautiful engine.

    $35,000 You would have a difficult time buying and properly rebuilding this engine as show for this price.

    Porsche sign is not available or included at any price.

    Transportation and crating is responsibility of the buyer. Payment with bank wire transfer.

    Buyer may elect to come and pick up personally

    Thank you..

    Erik Black

    Phoenix AZ USA









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    Anthony West #1079
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Basel, Switzerland
    sent you a PM

  3. #3
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2016
    NE Ohio
    Beautiful engine, glws. My hunch this engine is going to Europe.

    Are you interested ins selling those beautiful carbs? wheels in the corner?
    Last edited by JackMan; 11-07-2018 at 04:21 AM. Reason: addendum

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