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1970 porsche 911 T RSR-Turbo look

1970 Porsche 911

Porsche 911 1970 technical specifications

Condition: Used
Item location: South Pasadena, California, United States
Make: Porsche
Model: 911
Type: Coupe
Year: 1970
Mileage: 999,999
VIN: 9110120924
Color: Blue
Engine size: 2.4 S hot rod motor
Number of cylinders: 6
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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I am selling my 1970 911T "turbo look". This car started as a non-sunroof 1970 911 T in burgundy paint out of the Karmann builder that was converted back in the 1980's to a hot rod wide body with all factory Porsche parts. It was a well-executed build and the panels and gaps are excellent. As was the case in the 80's, so many early long hoods, they were "updated" and hot-rodded to the later body style with wide fenders and updated bumpers. Now, it would be better to return to original, or a version of original such as an RS, RSR. There is "patina" on the Mexico blue paint not visible in all the pictures, but paint still looks great and the fading and wearing clear coat adds to the "outlaw" aspect of the car. The motor was upgraded to 1973 S 2.4 engine and Weber carbs were added as well for improved fuel and air intake and sport exhaust to help the outbound flow. The car sounds great and reflects why many of us became early Porsche fans to begin with, the raw sound the highest performance flat 6 engine of that year. The motor runs strong, doesn't drop oil or smoke. Carbs just were gone through at great expense. A 915 5 spd transmission was also added to handle the additional power (1972 vintage gearbox). It will come with the 9 + 11" wheels (BBS Porsche Mesh) seen in photos. It will also come with correct tan seats seen in photos, not the black ones, but I can include the later seats if needed. The car has two minor areas of rust that can be seen, one at the base of the passenger side window. There have also been prior rust repairs on the floor with straight steel panel replacement. There is also a roll bar installed and a built-in stereo system in the rear of the car if the future owner wishes to use it. A 911 S motor in excellent condition like this is worth half the asking price alone. Depending on which way the new owner would like to go this could be a great basis for a long-hood RSR. It can also be easily driven as is and get it dialed in with minor body and mechanical work to enjoy now. Please email me with any questions and thank you for looking.

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