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    FS: 1967 911S engine

    '67 911 S engine was found in storage with other parts. Unknown internal condition but turns over easy. Carbs are not correct for this engine but appear to be rebuilt. Shroud was green and painted red and other engine tins are restored to satin black. Sold as is as pictures show it has not been opened for years. I will be bringing it to Carlisle Pennsylvania April 29 Porsche Swap meet to avoid shipping. asking $17k
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    Engine number reference = 961720

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    Peter Kane

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    Is it possible to check the casting numbers on the cilinder heads, and casting number on top of the fan?

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    Is this Engine still in the US? I might want to buy it if the seller is willing to.

    Please, let me know if anybody knows who bought it. I think 9 E Loving sold it.

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    I will contact the buyer, not sure what he did with it, Mark

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    In the Netherlands is 961477 for sale.


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