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1967 Short Wheelbase 911R Style Outlaw

1967 Short Wheelbase 911R Style Outlaw

Extremely well documented multi-year rotisserie restoration by Lars "Speedo" Waldner, this fabulous car started life as a donor 1967 SWB shell, transformed with extensive restorative metalwork and the precise selection of parts for speed and lightness. Finish work and styling was completed by yours truly, including over 20k in recent upgrades including final tuning by Dave Hammer at Werks1 in Seacliff NY.

This car has approximately 2,500 miles on the chassis and motor since the build, and fires right up, run strong, and is as precise as a scalpel in the hands of a surgeon. It was built to look as if it had always been, so although it?s super clean and certainly well executed, it does ?feel? like a car with some patina and use. It?s a car you can run hard and enjoy and it draws attention wherever it goes without looking like something that should sit unused in a garage. You would be proud to take it to the local hang, or drive it to Treffen

Make no mistake; this is a outlaw style coupe distilled to the essence of Porsche. It?s a bit loud, it?s a bit harsh and it?s far too much fun. No nannies, No backdating, no radio. Pure short wheelbase goodness.

? 1967 Porsche Karmann Coupe (912) Chassis #461432
? Media blasted to bare metal
? Complete rotisserie restoration including all rust removal and structural and panel replacement as needed.
? Coated in etching primer, POR15 and Wurth undercoating as needed.
? Fiberglass R style front quarter panels
? Fiberglass R style front and real bumpers
? Fiberglass rear decklid with sport grill
? R front headlights and turn signals
? New H-4 headlights with relays
? R style external fuel filler
? R style external oil filler
? R Rear turn signals/taillights
? R style hood and decklid latches
? Lightened and re-chromed door handles and oil and gas covers
? Polished trim
? Original side view mirror
? Professionally Painted in Porsche Cobalt Blue
? Striped in 3M metallic silver vinyl striping with Porsche Logo Stripes (removable)

? Rebuilt 2.7L on line bored 7R case
? CAM (CO Auto Machine) 2.7 RS spec heads
? Mahle 8.5 RS pistons and cylinders from Henry Schmidt at Supertec
? Dougherty Racing E grind Camshafts
? PMO 40mm carbs with PMO linkages, manifolds and K&N rainhats
? Updated timing chain tensioners and oil feeds
? Pressure relief valve modification
? 3.0 4-rib oil pump
? 1974 2.7 RS 0231184004 Distributor
? Classic Retrofit programmable CDI+
? Custom crankcase breather/catch can
? SSI Stainless heat exchangers
? 2 into 2 R style exhaust
? 901 five speed short ratio AFMSX transmission
? JWest gated RennShift dogleg shifter with reverse lockout

? Updated SC front suspension w/22mm torsion bars
? Turbo tie rod ends
? SWB steering rack
? Modified rear end with SWB adjustable spring plates and 28mm torsion bars and Bilstein Sport shocks
? R style Strut tower brace
? Odyssey 680 Battery (with power cutoff) in smugglers box
? 15mm rear sway bar with custom mounts
? Fresh brakes M calipers up front A rears
? Custom center-fill gas tank with new sender
? R style oil tank (1972) behind passenger lock post, through the body fill cap
? Right front oil cooler with braided racing lines
? S style oil console
? 15 x 7 ATS classics restored by Al Reed and 15 x 6 spacesaver
? Corner balanced, aligned and lowered

? Original early rear view mirror
? New basketweave trim with radio delete, minimal switches and a clean appearance
? Classic sport buckets with basketweave centers
? RS/ST custom basketweave door panels
? New black headliner, dash and RS style carpet
? Driver?s sun visor
? Rear seat delete
? Retractable 3 pt seat belts
? 911R replica steering wheel

List Date: 5/1/2017

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