This 1975 Porsche 911 was acquired as a project car from Johnston Enterprises and transformed into a purpose-built PCA Club Stock E class race car during the late 1990s. It features a Slant Nose style body kit with steel fenders as well as a 3.0-liter 911SC engine which was rebuilt, blueprinted, and precisely balanced along with the installation of 46mm Weber carburetors, headers, and a custom exhaust. The car is also outfitted with a full roll cage, 935-style coilovers, polyurethane suspension bushings, 930 Turbo brakes, HRE wheels, a Quaife limited-slip differential, and a 5-speed manual gearbox rebuilt with a short ring & pinion. Qualified for Vintage PCA Racing, F Stock, and the Carrera Cup series, this custom street-legal 911 is now being offered for auction by its seller out of Delaware.
This 911 was fitted with a Slant Nose style body kit during the late 1990s including wide steel fenders flares, pop-up headlamps, and boxed rocker panels. A carbon fiber 964 RSR-style spoiler is equipped, and the seller states a new fiberglass front bumper was recently installed. Other details include custom front cooling ducts, aftermarket halogen headlights, Porsche 993 side mirrors, and custom three-piece 17” HRE Fuchs-style wheels measuring 9” wide in front and 10” wide in the rear. These wheels were rebuilt and refinished about two years ago and are currently dressed in Falken Azenis tires (2019). An additional set of HRE wheels is included measuring 16”x9” and 16”x10” with Kumho Victoracer tires. The car is said to have been refinished in its current black color within the last 18 months and some imperfections and signs of overspray are present. A crack and pitting is also noted in the windshield. Detailed images are provided in the gallery.
The cabin has been outfitted for racing with the installation of a full roll cage, a Kirkey driver’s seat, an OMP passenger seats, Williams 6-point harnesses (expired), a MOMO steering wheel & shift knob, a window net, and lightweight door panels with pull straps. The seller notes the rear interior, radio, and air-conditioning system have been removed. The clock and sunroof are inoperable, and the windshield wipers only operate at one speed. All other gauges and accessories are said to be fully functional.
Power comes from a 3.0-liter Porsche 911SC engine that was rebuilt, blueprinted, and balanced at a precise level by engineers at a local university. It features Weber 46mm carburetors, headers, and a custom sport exhaust system. The seller indicates the engine’s compression ratio is 8.5:1 and a recent test showed 130-135psi compression across all cylinders with 1-2% leak down. The rear wheels are driven by a 5-speed 915 manual transaxle which was rebuilt by Gary Fairbanks with a short ring & pinion (8.41) and paired with a Quaife limited-slip differential. Upgraded 930 Turbo brakes have been installed along with stainless steel lines and the suspension included 935-style coilovers, polyurethane bushings, and Charlie Bar sway bars. The seller notes the car weighs approximately 2,350 lbs. without a driver and the fluids were changed within the last 500 miles.
This sale will include a clean Montana title and some documentation.
The seller would like you to know: “I have owned this car since 1996. This 911 was built to maximize the rules for PCA Class E (now F). It had a wonderful racing career with many wins and podiums. It has a Worker Choice award. The car is eligible for the PCA Vintage and Carrera Cup classes. It is great to drive on a weekend for Cars and Coffee and back road carving. Slant Nose and turbo body gets a lot of attention.”
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