1974 Porsche 911 Outlaw 3.6L

Combining iconic styling with visceral modern performance, this one-of-a kind “Outlaw” 911 rewards its driver with an experience like no other.  Starting life as a 1974 G-series Targa, this 911 has been completely revamped with top-of-the-line performance upgrades and extensive custom modifications, transforming it into an absolute head turner and a true work of art.  Showing just 23,888 miles on the odometer, this high-quality outlaw is now being offered for auction in excellent condition by a factory authorized Porsche dealer in California. 

Originally a Targa model, the builders of this outlaw fabricated a fully integrated 10-point roll cage and welded on a complete roof clip, transforming this G-series 911 into the race-ready coupe we see today.  The exterior is finished in an eye-catching coat of Arrow Blue and bears no imperfections.  This 911 rides on 16” alloy Fuchs style wheels, that are wrapped in 45-series tires.  In addition to the custom metal work and detailing, RSR style fascias give this outlaw an unmistakable presence and help it stand out as something truly special.

Inside, this outlaw sports an attractive black leather interior contrasted by Arrow Blue accents.  This all business cockpit features a pair of sport seats, Rennline drilled floorboards, a Momo steering wheel, racing pedals, Wevo shifter, and a set of analog stopwatches to monitor lap times.  All components of this interior are in working order and there are no imperfections to speak of.

Powered by a 993 3.6L flat-six engine, this 911 features a custom-made carbon fiber intake and a custom exhaust.  Power is delivered through a lightweight Sachs clutch to a G50 5-speed transmission and limited slip differential.  This outlaw has been totally upgraded with key performance modifications including:

  • Bilstein Shock Absorbers
  • Modified Front Spindles
  • Larger Torsion/Sway Bars
  • Polygraphite Bushings
  • Turbo Tie-Rod Ends
  • Rennline Trailing Arms
  • Monoball Joints
  • Steering Rack Spacers
  • “Big Red” Brakes w/ Drilled Rotors
  • Increased Power Output (Chipped)

According to gearing charts and figures derived from similar platforms, this outlaw should be capable of producing upwards of 300HP and reach top speeds around 150mph.  After it’s completion, this car was briefly tested at Road America and is said to be extremely fast and perfectly balanced through the turns.  This spritely 2,550-pound car is a visceral and high revving mechanical masterpiece.

The sale will include comprehensive documentation and invoices detailing the coachwork, paint, and mechanical upgrades performed by Regal Roadsters and Accumoto Motorsport in Wisconsin.  This 911 received an engine-out service and new clutch in early 2018 and remains in perfect running order.  Offering the best of both worlds, this work of art makes a great all-around car for any serious enthusiast or collector.  Do not miss this rare opportunity to own such a solid and well-executed outlaw 911.

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Comments (15)

  • GillesB 35 minutesago

    Bid in the amount of $9,250

  • blinn 18 hours, 18 minutesago

    Bid in the amount of $9,000

  • vintageguru 18 hours, 29 minutesago

    Bid in the amount of $8,010

  • GillesB 20 hours, 5 minutesago

    Bid in the amount of $7,750

  • Vilacoba213 20 hours, 45 minutesago

    Bid in the amount of $7,500

  • GillesB 23 hours, 19 minutesago

    Bid in the amount of $5,750

  • scloud63 1 dayago

    Bid in the amount of $5,500

  • 3-Pedals 1 day, 9 hoursago

    Very nice build! Quick question: The description states the car is equipped with a G50 gearbox but the photos show a 915 shifter and what looks like a 915 gearbox. Was the gearbox upgraded to a G50 after the photos were taken or does it have a 915 gearbox?

    Thank you.

  • PorSchean (seller) 1 day, 19 hoursago

    @GillesB should not be any issues with insurance for this vehicle. Send your agent the VIN and they will be able to give you a clear answer.

  • GillesB 1 day, 22 hoursago

    Love it!!!
    With so many modifications, any issue to insure it as a classic car ?

  • GillesB 1 day, 22 hoursago

    @Raph just log in and bid. There is usually a reserve price involved. Best GB

  • Raph 2 days, 5 hoursago

    New here, how does this auction works?!

  • yupitsnuge 2 days, 14 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $5,000

  • renngts 2 days, 15 hoursago

    Such an incredible car! Would match nicely with my Sapphire Blue 911!

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1974 Porsche 911 Outlaw 3.6L
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