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    FS: 911 Engine Table

    911 Engine Table

    The ultimate Porsche 911 engine table using real Porsche engine parts.

    Built on a 2.0 magnesium case with no internals to save on weight. No internals for the Weber IDA carbs. All parts cleaned, machined, plated or powder coated to give a beautiful display.

    The intake manifolds are 911R tall manifold reproductions to give added table height.

    The tabletop is safety glass and the entire table assembly rides on 4 caster wheels.

    Total weight is approximately 79 lbs.

    This would make a great addition to your man cave or living room.

    See the photos below.

    I would like $12,000, plus shipping costs and any transaction fees.

    Contact me via e-mail or PM.

    Thanks,
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    Bert Jayasekera
    1970 911T - Tangerine Orange
    Early 911S Registry #494
    R Gruppe #167

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    Very cool! I have to ask. What’s the engine number?
    Peter Kane

    '72 911S Targa
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    Engine serial # 6112366
    Type # 911/03

    Thanks,
    Bert Jayasekera
    1970 911T - Tangerine Orange
    Early 911S Registry #494
    R Gruppe #167

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bert View Post
    Engine serial # 6112366
    Type # 911/03

    Thanks,
    Would’ve been interesting if this engine number was in our Lost & Found thread. It isn’t. Either way, hope you find a buyer!
    Peter Kane

    '72 911S Targa
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    Thanks Peter.


    Quote Originally Posted by 72targa View Post
    Would’ve been interesting if this engine number was in our Lost & Found thread. It isn’t. Either way, hope you find a buyer!
    Bert Jayasekera
    1970 911T - Tangerine Orange
    Early 911S Registry #494
    R Gruppe #167

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