1991 Porsche 911 C2 965 Wide Body Track Car on 2040-cars
Union, Missouri, United States
Engine:4.0 big bore
For Sale By:Private Seller
Exterior Color: Blue
Interior Color: White
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Trim: Carrera 2 Coupe 2-Door
Drive Type: 5 speed
Disability Equipped: No
Sub Model: 965
Condition: UsedA vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections.Seller Notes:"This car is listed as used but so much of this setup has never been used! There are so many things to list about this car but here are some of the big ones.FULL GT RACING WIDE BODY KITFULL NASA APPROVED CUSTOM ROLLCAGELEXAN WINDSHIELD AND BACKGLASSSPARCO PRO CIRCUIT SEAT, SPARCO PRO ADV SEATG FORCE 5 POINT HARNESSES, ONE PAIR REDRARE PORSCHE MANUAL STEERING RACKFULL WIDE BODY FACTORY SUSPENSIONMONO BALL BUSHINGS THROUGHOUTRACEPACK GTX DATA LOGGER SYSTEMCOMPLETE ESS 5.0L AQUEOUS FILM FORMING FOAM FIRE SUPRESSION SYSTEM COMPLETE GAUGES AND SWITCHESFUEL SAFE ALUMINUM 911 FITTED FUEL CELL, ALL LINES AND HOSES G50 5 SPEED GEARBOXFRESH STOCK CLUTCHFRESH, NEVER STARTED 4.0L BIG BORE ENGINEPAWTER RODS, JE PISTONS WITH ARP HARDWARE THROUGHOUTPMO INDIVIDUAL THROTTLEBODY KITSOLID RACE MOUNTS NO ENGINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMPORSCHE BIG BRAKES WITH SPARESSTOCK PEDAL SET AND RACE PEDAL SETUP FOR DUAL MASTER CYLINDERSRACING MUFFLER SYSTEM, NO HEADERS4.0L BIG BORE ENGINE"
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Tue, 17 Jun 2014 09:14:00 EST
It's hard not to love the look of a classic Porsche. Whether it's the upside-down bathtub styling of the 356 or the gradual evolution of the 911, there is a little beauty in all of them. However, the older they get, the more that needs repaired to keep them on the road. Porsche Classic is helping out, though, by introducing its own brand of motor oil for the demands of the company's vintage, air-cooled engines.
Wed, 28 May 2014 08:02:00 EST
Developed at the Porsche Development Centre in Weissach, Germany, Porsche Classic Motoroil comes in two weights - 20W-50 for the 356, 914 and 911 models up to the 2.7-liter G-Model and 10W-60 for 3.0-liters-and-up engines through the 993-chassis 911. The company claims that the air-cooled engines have different heat demands than traditional, water-cooled units, and this oil is made to meet those requirements.
According to Porsche, modern, synthetic oils are sometimes too effective when it comes to old engines. They are fantastic at sopping up debris, but those deposits are often holding archaic seals together. Suddenly removing them can cause leaks. The new oil is specifically designed to work with the old-fashioned materials found in its classics. The company also knows that most owners aren't driving their vintage cars everyday. So this formulation is more alkaline that normal to neutralize acids that they build up and corrode components.
Porsche may have one more vehicle in its stable with the GTS moniker, if these spy shots are any indication. They show off the presumed 911 GTS lapping the track - the model meant to slide in under the GT3 to be a bit more driver-friendly but still very fast alternative to a stock Carrera.
Fri, 23 Aug 2013 16:31:00 EST
At first glance, it might look like any other 911, but the devil is in the details. The most obvious among the differences are two centrally mounted exhaust outlets, rather than the ones closer to the corners on most of the current models. They also aren't perfectly in the center like the GT3. The taillights are also somewhat thicker than the current ones, and the rear decklid is split into three exposed sections.
This is the third time we've seen the presumed GTS. The first was as a coupe late last year. Then it showed up again in March testing in convertible form. Although, that version also sported fender vents at the rear.
Porsche is known for its ability to spin off a litter of variants from a single model, and according to a report in Automobile the 918 Spyder (pictured here) might not be spared the house trick. Having taken too many brains and too much money for too much time, company chiefs are said to be examining ways to get more for their development euro out of the supercar, and Plan A is apparently otherwise known as Plan 984. That would be a four-seater, rear-wheel drive supercar that uses a stretched mold of the 918's carbon fiber tub, keeping the V8 in the same mid-mounted place and costing around 350,000 euro.
That would be less than half the MSRP of its inspiration, but the details don't sketch out a car that's just half as good. Automobile speculates it would get something like 700 horsepower in order to best the coming 911 GT2, and about 440 pound-feet of torque. The 984 is quite a ways short of being confirmed; even though a full-size study is said to exist, it's like the 918 would need to become a bigger sales hit for the 984 to happen.
The 984's fortunes don't change those of the 960, the supercoupe Porsche is building to challenge Ferrari. Its potential specs haven't changed since the last report in January, power coming from a 5.0-liter, twin-turbo, eight-cylinder boxer engine with something like 650 hp pushing a curb weight of roughly 3,100 pounds. The means a suspected 0-to-60 mile-per-hour time of 2.5 seconds.