This 1969 Porsche 911T Coupe has been restored and modified featuring wide 930-style fender flares, Getty Design RSR-style fiberglass bodywork, and a custom interior with fixed-back bucket seats, racing harnesses, a roll bar, and RS-style door panels. It derives power from a custom-built 3.8-liter M64 flat-six engine with ported and polished heads, RSR-style camshafts, Mahle pistons, Carillo rods, twin MSD ignition coils, a front-mounted oil cooler, and PMO velocity stacks. The car also features a regeared 5-speed Type 915 manual transaxle with an RSR-style clutch, 17” Fikse wheels, Elephant Racing 930 Turbo-style brakes, Kokeln sway bars, Elephant Racing polyurethane suspension bushings, and RSR-spec Bilstein dampers. Acquired by the current owner in 2016 and recently serviced, this uncompromising RSR-style 911 is now being offered for auction out of California.
This long-wheelbase F-Body 911 has been modified with wide 930-style fender flares along with a Getty Design RSR-style bodykit including a fiberglass hood, bumpers, and ducktail rear spoiler. The car was refinished in the current shade of silver under prior ownership and features a lightweight Lexan rear window, H4 headlights, hood-mounted Cibie driving lights, rubber hood and decklid straps, a polished driver’s side mirror, and dual exhaust tailpipes. The car rides on 17” Fikse modular wheels finished in black with polished lips and Toyo Proxes R888 tires measuring 225/40 in front and 315/35 in the rear. The seller indicates some paint chips are present as well as some holes drilled on the rocker panels. Detailed images are provided in the gallery.
The custom black interior has been fitted with a roll bar and features a pair of fixed-back bucket seats with M&R racing harnesses as well as a four-point roll bar, lightweight RS-style door panels and carpets, a three-spoke MOMO Prototipo steering wheel, and a Dave Mason 917-style wooden shift knob. Other accessories include a fire extinguisher, CocoMats floor mats, dash-mounted Heuer rally timers, a 993-sourced 180 MPH speedometer, and a central 10k RPM tachometer. The clock has been replaced with a warning light and additional gauges are mounted below the dashboard for brake pressure. The seller notes a tear is present in the driver’s side door panel and the heater is inoperable.
This 911 is powered by an air-cooled M64 flat-six engine which has been rebuilt to a 3.8-liter displacement including ported and polished cylinder heads, a decked, shuffle-pinned, and boat-tailed engine case, and a balanced and magna fluxed crankshaft which was also heat-treated, grooved, cross-drilled, and knife-edged. The engine features Mahle 11:1 pistons, Carillo connecting rods, RSR-style camshafts, a Clewett Engineering pulley and timing kit, twin MSD ignition coils, Autronic standalone engine management, PMO velocity stacks, ITG air filters, a front-mounted oil cooler, an ATL fuel cell, and Fabspeed Maxflo headers and exhaust system. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a regeared 5-speed Type 915 manual transaxle with a lightweight flywheel and an RSR-style clutch and pressure plate. The brake system includes a Tilton master cylinder with twin reservoirs as well as Elephant Racing ERX 930-style brake calipers with cross-drilled rotors. The suspension includes re-valved RSR-spec Bilstein dampers, 23mm/30mm torsion bars, Kokeln adjustable sway bars, Elephant Racing polyurethane bushings, 930-style tie rods, and 911SC-derived rear trailing arms. The seller notes the brake calipers were replaced along with an oil change in preparation for sale.
This sale will include a clean title.
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