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1968 Porsche 911 on 2040-cars

US $22,750.00
Year:1968 Mileage:37278 Color: Burgundy /
 Burgundy
Location:

Marina, California, United States

Marina, California, United States

1968 Porsche 911 that was fully restored. It started life as a sportomatic, but was
converted to a 5 speed with a 901/0 transmission. A full restoration was completed on this fine car. This was an
extensive restoration. The car has been completed in show quality condition and presents remarkably well. The car
was totally stripped down, everything was removed, whole interior, bumpers, engine and transmission, suspensions,
all electronics and cables, brake lines, and all components that was needed to be moved for the restoration.
EXTERIOR:
The car was painted back to its original color burgundy red, code (6808) with a high quality paint finish. All
chrome trim pieces were removed and sent out and re-done. All trims and seals were replaced. New front and back
windshield was installed. New horns and grills, new headlights, new tail light lens and turn signal lens was all
installed.

INTERIOR:
The interior was completely redone in burgundy. New basket weave leather on seats, new door panels, recovered dash,
new headliner, new sun visors, and new carpets were all installed. Brake pedal cluster was rebuilt with new brass
bushings and powder coated new shifter bushing. All gauges were removed, checked, cleaned and repainted. The clock
was refurbished and now working with quartz movement. Interior is in excellent restored condition that cannot go
unnoticed for its look, aroma and feel.

ENGINE and SUSPENSION

Each and every bolt and nut for the engine and suspension was taken out and cab plated or zinc plated. All brake
lines were replaced. Each and every part that was removed has been powder coated in glass shine finish, such as
hood hinges, deck lid hinges, control arms, spring plates, the complete suspension and all engine sheet metal
pieces.

The engine was completely rebuilt with new 2.2 pistons and cylinders 84mm, 69T heads, valve job, new guides and
springs, chains and rails, new main bearings, rod bearings, new rings, all new gasket sets, new clutch disc and
pressure plate trout bearing. New Ansa muffler. The Weber carburetors were rebuilt with new gasket kit, and the
original air cleaner was restored and reinstalled. The transmission is a 5 speed. It was open cleaned and checked.
It shifts smoothly through all gears like it should. The front and rear suspensions were rebuilt with all new
bushings, new shocks, front and rear, new brakes all around, new brake lines and hoses, new tires, front and rear.
The Fuchs wheels are flat 6j x 15 and were polished and painted in excellent condition.

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