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1967 Porsche 912 911 Outlaw Vintage Race Car California on 2040-cars

Year:1967 Mileage:86013

West Hills, California, United States

West Hills, California, United States

1967 Porsche 912 Vintage race from southern California 
Converted to a 911 back in early 80s With lots of very rare parts on it the more you look at the pics you will understand how well this outlaw was built. 
We pulled it out of storage here in L.A.    All the parts on the car were there when i got it.  We did  replace the front hood and rear deck lid 
All fluids were replaced. Brad penn oil good running 1969 2.0 with fresh rebuilt Weber Carbs non smoking strong motor with a hollowed out twin tip factory muffler has a great sound 
Transmission is 902/1 with 904 neddalla axles  good clutch and throwout bearing.
This car was built for the track back in the day!
Its very low to the ground has 22mm front and 26mm rear torsion bars so it rides very hard.   The rear trailing arms have been adjusted to this ride hight so if you look at the rear wheels have the correct chamber The front has also been done.  
Stock steel wheels have been widened to 7 front 8 back another old trick back in the day  also has new tire same size that were on the car
Real RS Flairs to cover the wide wheels.   wheel were just powder coated smoke silver.  
Brakes all done New Master and rubber lines These Brakes are 1967 911 S vented rotors on all wheels with long studs front and back.  Like i said this car has a lot of great parts to build this hotrod!
Fast and fun car to drive 
The interior is full of great parts to 911S Gauges #1 MOMO Prototipo steering wheel very rare and lots of $$$$ to buy. 
Seats are RSR type with early S tilt brackets nice corderoy with no tears or holes 
Vintage roll bar  copy of factory model  Nice carpeting 
All gauges are working oil tank was installed and gauge is working great and level is perfect!
Body  H1 Headlights euro taillights  
front hood is new fiber glass with balsa wood stringers 
Rear deck lid is new fiber glass with 911R hinges in stainless steel 
front rear bumpers are fiber glass all light  weight body parts
we replaced the passenger door due to a dent in the middle all door chrome is in good condition was re chromed at some point in build
motor # 6195326 911T 901/16
Vin # 457991
This was done very well and lots of time spent on the build so remember it started out as a 912 and made into a 911 light weight outlaw car
Thanks for your interest and  i will answer any questions you may have.
David (818) 535-5645
Body is rust free and i do have lots of pics if you need more as for paint  next owner can chose your color. 
Clean California Title in hand and in my Name and has current tags 

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