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Thread: FS: Rebuilt Big Port 911 SC Engine *complete*

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    FS: Rebuilt Big Port 911 SC Engine *complete*

    Hello, Iím selling a completely rebuilt 3.0L 911 SC engine. The engine is a type 930/04 so itís a big port, small fan 78/79 motor. I will tell you everything that I know about the engine, as it was told to me. I did not build the engine myself, but have looked it over pretty well and everything I was told appears to check out. This engine was built by a gentleman who was building it for his own project car. The engine was going to go into his 75 non sunroof coupe, that was to be set up for spirited street driving. Being for himself, he put a lot of time and effort into the build. Life changes unfortunately took him in another direction and he sold off the car, so he offered this engine to me. I currently donít have a car for it, so Iím passing this desirable engine on to the community. Hereís what the build consisted of.

    case split with stock bottom end and new bearings and internals.
    Heads were done by a machine shop in Ventura CA
    Rocker gear was also serviced by the same shop
    New 9.3:1 J&E pistons and cylinders
    New Dougherty DC-30 Cams
    New clutch
    New alternator (I havenít confirmed this but it appears very clean)
    Almost brand new 40mm PMOís set up for 3L. They were run for a short time to run in another engine, so essentially no miles. Stacks, chokes, etc. are all new
    Early heater boxes with new Dansk single out sport muffler
    All finishes were cleaned up, painted or plated. Tins, linkages, oil lines, fan strap etc.
    Shroud, coil, distributor, wires etc. all seem in nice original condition.

    All in all this is a very nice, and very complete engine from clutch to exhaust. These big port 3.0L are getting harder and harder to find, and to find one this nice thatís virtually ready to go is a great opportunity. This engine would make a great fit for an early hot rod, or 914-6. Iím sure prospective buyers will have a million questions, but please keep in mind that I donít have receipts, or more specific build information. It was built by a skilled hobbyist with no intent of selling it, so his documentation was minimal. Iíve tried to tell you everything that I know about the engine. Of course a buyer would want to check ignition timing, valve clearances, etc. before starting, but itís a hell of a nice starting point. The engine is located in Southern California and local pick up is preferred, but shipping could be arranged at the buyers expense. Price is $16k U.S., as you see it complete. Thanks Steve
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    1969 911 E #824

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    Based on the questions I’m getting and the interest, let me clarify this. This is a newly rebuilt, never started engine. It has zero run time. Thanks
    1969 911 E #824

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    Deposit received. Should anything change I’ll reach out in order to all other interested parties. Thank you
    1969 911 E #824

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