Porsche 911

[ Race Car / Classic ]

I’m open to trades for anything street legal with a manual.

The car reportedly participated in Porsche Club of America driver education events during previous ownership, and since the former seller purchased it in 2008 it has been campaigned in National Auto Sport Association races. Equipment includes a roll cage, plexiglass windows, an onboard fire-suppression system, a Recaro racing seat, 17″ CCW wheels, 996 Turbo-sourced disc brakes, adjustable coilovers, a Coolshirt system, and an AiM digital dash. It has One set of spare wheels, and a removable muffler system.
The fiberglass 993-style body was fitted to the 1974 chassis during previous ownership and is finished in a yellow and blue #859 livery. Equipment includes plexiglass windows, front and rear tow hooks, removable front bodywork, a removable rear engine cover, and an integrated rear spoiler with a carbon fiber rear wing. Staggered 17″ CCW wheels are wrapped in Hoosier slicks measuring 245/40 up front and 315/35 out back. Modifications and equipment include drilled and ventilated disc brakes sourced from a 996 Turbo, front brake cooling ducts, and adjustable coilovers at all four corners. The seller states that service in 2020 included replacement front brake rotors and wheel bearings. One additional set of wheels are said to accompany the car. The interior features a full cage, a Recaro fixed-back driver’s seat, and a six-point harness and window net that were installed in 2020. Equipment includes a Tilton pedal assembly, an onboard fire-suppression system, a Coolshirt system, a brake bias adjuster knob, and dash-mounted rocker switches. A MOMO quick-release steering wheel fronts an AiM digital dash display, and additional instrumentation includes a shift light and gauges for fuel level, oil temperature, and air/fuel ratio. Mileage is unknown. The 2.8-liter flat-six was reportedly built by Dawes Motorsports and features twin-plug cylinder heads and dual MSD digital 6AL ignition controllers. The engine was rebuilt in 2020, and has since seen approximately 16-18 hours of track time. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a G50 six-speed manual transaxle, and a a custom stainless exhaust system is fitted with removable mufflers and turn downs. The seller states that the clutch and flywheel were replaced in 2019 and that the gearbox was rebuilt during current ownership with closer-ratio gears. Open to trades for street legal Porsche.