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Thread: 2.4L engine (long block) and more out of 1972 911T for sale

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    2.4L engine (long block) and more out of 1972 911T for sale

    130652 miles on the engine. Single owner since 1984 got the car from the second owner with approximately 10,000 miles. 60k valve job (replaced guides and exhaust valves). Engine was fitted with mechanical chain tensioners by dealer before our ownership.

    Engine has been in storage since 2003. Located near Willows California.

    Matching MFI is available. MFI was swapped for Weber (40ida) carburetors with air horns to fit factory air filter at 60k miles . Carburetor setup also for sale.

    [B]12,000 USD for the engine. Engine #6120154
    I have a video of the engine turning over and you can hear compression.

    MFI 5,000 USD for MFI system 1415 106 399

    Weber TIPO BREVETTATO 401DAP3C1 128 and 401DAP3C 383
    2,000 USD


    I really want to keep it all with the car, but we are building a 3.18L for it my dad had planned for many years. We need some extra money to finish it…

    I have a YouTube video series of the build. I will upload the step of installing cylinders and heads. We made a special tool to install the C-clips on the wrist pin I think you would find interesting.
    Last edited by; 08-02-2023 at 09:32 PM. Reason: Add information

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    Righteous Indignation 70SATMan's Avatar
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    If you’re selling you need to list your asking price and you should list your location.

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    What’s the serial number?
    SEARCHING FOR ENGINE 6208326 (last seen in car with VIN 9111101452)

    -70 911E
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    As Michael noted, per forum rules, all for sale items require a price.

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    Engine #6120154
    See image in updated post

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    Thank you for the guidance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by View Post
    Thank you for the guidance.
    Excellent update to your ad. GLWS
    Peter Kane

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