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Thread: Period competition / road cars with 911 engines (1963-73)

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    Period competition / road cars with 911 engines (1963-73)

    Dear all, I think that the history of the Elva - Porsche MK VII with flat 4 and flat 8 engines is quite well known ... I am wondering if there were other race and/or road cars in the period which were equipped with 901/911 engines.
    I have tried to do some researches but without significative results ... any tip?

    Thank you.

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    I'm sure you're already aware of the book by Boschen and Barth "Porsche Specials" which gives some details of road/race cars with Porsche mechanicals ... there are a few 901/911 engined examples.
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