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1970 Porsche 911 Coupe with Supertec 2.7L Engine Fresh Bare Metal Restoration

Make: Porsche
Model: 911
SubModel: *SEE VIDEO*
Type: Coupe
Year: 1970
Mileage: 1,950
VIN: 9110121056
Color: Green
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Costa Mesa, California, United States

1970 Porsche 911 *SEE VIDEO* Additional Info:

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1970 Porsche 911 T Coupe

2.7L Gentleman’s Sport Purpose

Recent Full Bare Metal Restoration

NOS “Real” Factory Cibie Rally Lights

Stock #0712

VIN # 9110121056 (Karmann Body)

ENG# 6142349 (Factory 7R Case)

1,900 Miles on Full Restoration Irish Green (1515) on Black Leather

5-speed (915) Transmission

Clean and Clear Title

No Accidents/Dry & Straight Chassis

Porsche Certificate of Authenticit

In this day and age of hotrod 911 builds, t is very easy to loose site of Porsche’s original intentions. These are light and agile cars with wonderfully unique characteristics. As more powerful and modern drivetrains get transplanted, art of these cars’ souls is lost. I really admire a thoughtful build in the spirit of the day. Something that is built the way the factory would have done it, nly with improvements using period correct parts. This early long-hood 911 is the perfect example of an authentic sport purpose build.

This 911 was a pretty base-level example when ordered new. Per the Porsche COA, t is an original Irish Green 911 and only had the Comfort Package option.

Although not much is known about the early history, t was clear from the full restoration that this 911 was a nice example that had no signs of major abuse.

The current owner had always wanted to build a sport-purpose/rally inspired 911 ever since seeing pictures of them as a teenager. In fact, e loved the hood mounted Cibie lights so much that he found a NOS set before he even bought this car to restore. This set of 4-lights had never been mounted and were still wearing their original factory primer. Now, e began his search for the right 911. He found this example in 2008. It had been painted another color sometime in the 80’s and the original motor had failed long ago and was already replaced. So, his owner decided to embark on a 2-year plus adventure restoring this Porsche back to its glory with some tasteful period-correct enhancements including, f course, he Rally lights

Some of the best local builders were hired for this restoration project.

Henry Schmidt of Supertec did the motor work:

2.7RS 8.5 to 1 piston and cylinder set

2.7 7R case with case savers and 8mm time certs

70.4 crank (mag, olish, alance, ross drill)

Supertec head studs

New main, nternal shaft, nd rod bearings

2.7L oil pump modified for max flow

New oil and fuel lines

New timing chains and ramps

Turbo chain tensioners w/chain savers

Cam feed restrictors

Reconditioned rods with new bolts/nuts

Polished factory 911 S camshafts

Complete engine balance

Complete valve job w/manganese-bronze guides

Surface heads

New stock valve springs and retainers

36mm intake ports/35mm exhaust ports

Cam feed lines

Rebuild ignition distributor with new Bosch plugs, ires, ap, tc.

Rebuilt Italian Weber carburetors (40IDA 3C1)

New sport clutch

Rebuilt alternator

SSI stainless steel heat exchangers

Amber fan shroud

M&K sport muffler

915 transmission fully rebuilt to factory specifications

Rebuilt axels

Elephant Racing supplied/installed all the suspension (Street Track 1 Kit) and oil cooling components:

Finned oil lines (run down passenger side of vehicle)

911 wide mouth Carrera oil cooler

Hollow front and rear sway bars with upgraded rear sway bar mounts

Quick change spring plates

New brake lines and hoses

Aluminum early-style Brembo front brakes and steel rears (from PMB Performance)

Replaced wheel bearings

21mm front/27mm rear torsion bars (plated and plugged)

Bilstein HD shocks/strut inserts

Turbo tie rod kit

Triangulated RSR-style front strut brace

Rear monoballs sealed

Powder coated suspension parts (torsion bars/mounts, ront cross member/pan, railing arms)

Jae Lee of Mirage fine tuned the suspension (alignment and corner balance)

Autobahn restored the interior, hich included:

Correct German Haargarn carpet

Restore door pockets

Recover dash, oor panels, neepads

Restore steering wheel and glove box

Install leather GTS sport bucket seats with sliders

Freddie Hernandez of Vintage Restoration did the body and paint which was stripped down to the bare metal. Although the body was straight, here was a bit more rust than the owner expected. Freddie is a talented metal guy and he cut away and welded in new steel where needed (see pics). All new seals were installed and correct German Glasurit paint was used.

Additional items include:

15x7 factory Porsche Fuchs refurbished

Early factory-style chrome roof rack by Auto Foreign Services

Restored VDM steering wheel with hockey puck horn button

Restored factory engine grill

Hella rear 3rd brake light

Original factory (4) Cibie rally lights (not reproductions) with correct covers

Custom Coco mats

Furthermore, he wiring harness and full electrical system was replaced with all new lights, witches, tc.

As you can imagine, his 911 looks fantastic. There are minimal signs of use. The paint looks great and the gaps are excellent. The interior is equally nice. Everything appears to work properly except the clock.

The driving experience is pure early 911. The car fires to life easily with very little coaxing. The throttle response is immediate. The gearbox is tight and shifting is simple and precise. The handling and braking are as they should be.

This Porsche comes with a large 3-ring binder full of build receipts, ool kit, pare tire/wheel, nd jack.

If you have any questions, lease do not hesitate to contact Paul at 714-335-4911 or paul@autokennel.com

For tons of photos, o to: www.AutoKennel.com

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