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    67 vintage racer

    If I convert a short wheel base 2.0L into a 1969 body add 1mm overbore and use carbs,would it still run in the same class as a 1967 911.
    Grover #53
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    The 69 has a longer wheelbase ( about 2 1/4" ) and the rear fender wheel openings are different (further back). It's a lot of work to change the rear suspension and body work. Why not just go to a 69T?
    Bob

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