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1968 Porsche 911 Racecar Completely sorted and is HSR/ SVRA compliant. The interior is equipped with a full fire system, RaceTech seat, Momo steering wheel, and an AIM High-Performance Digital Dash. The current engine has been through one event and was assembled by a well-known race team. Suspension and transmission have been gone through. The cost of the engine rebuild was $60,000 alone. Complete with logbook and spares at an additional cost. Highlights from the engine build include: Sand cast aluminum 2.0 Liter case, Lightened Pauter crankshaft, NOS grooved Glyco main bearings, Pauter steel rods, Clevite rod bearings, GT3 oil pump, Straight cut IMS gear set, Supertec cylinder head stud set, 81mm CP custom pistons, Comp ratio: Currently 13.5:1 (Approx), 81mm Nikasil cylinders, Twin plug cylinder heads, 39/36 ports, 45/39 valves, Elgin 314/296 cams, Cam driven mechanical gear oil pump, PMO tall manifolds, 46 PMO carbs, Jarvis twin plug distributor, Oil bypass mod, Late chain box mod. Fully sorted and race ready.
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