STOCK OR MODIFIED, I KNOW A BIT ABOUT PORSCHES. ESPECIALLY 911S.
(If I have a photo album of the car, it is linked to the main photo here – just click)
That’s the name bringatrailer gave to my black 72 911T with 3.2 power. I built this car over 7 years as a personal hot rod.
- Stock Motronic 3.2 engine with aluminum 915/8:31 transmission
- RS steel flares, RS style steel rear bumpers, S style front bumper, replica ducktail
- 16 X 7 & 8″ Fuchs
- Lexan rear and quarter windows
AGAIN, BRINGATRAILER CHRISTENED MY CAR BASED ON THE ENTHUSIASM FOR THE ORIGINAL.
- Motronic setup on a 3.0 engine resized to 3.2. aluminum 915 transmission with 8:31 transmission
- Unaltered non sunroof coupe body painted #622 Beige Gray
- Interior entirely covered in chestnut-colored leather except for makore dash insert and corduroy seating surfaces.
- 15 X 7″ Fuchs with media blasted and clear coated centers
MY NAME FOR A SUPER-RARE 71 911T NON SUNROOF COUPE DELIVERED IN TURKIS (TURQUOISE) #6464.
- Car had been given a poor overspray of black and rear bumper swapped for a late-70s part
- Original parts were sourced for a ‘driver quality’ restoration
- With help from several people, I was able to match the original color and return the car’s special appeal.
1973 911E RESTORATION
I WAS ABLE TO SAVE THIS CAR FROM BEING CUT UP AND MADE INTO A DUNE BUGGY.
- Car had been sitting for 6 years and had developed surface rust, but had ‘good bones’
- With help from Dutch Treat in Lawndale, CA, I was able to get this car running and driving in 1/2 day
- A ‘driver quality’ restoration took 9 months
1972 911E RESTORATION
BUILT UP FROM AN EMPTY SHELL TO PARTIAL RESTORATION FOR A CLIENT.
- Car had virtually none of the original Viper Green remaining.
- A partial restoration from rolling shell – over 13 month period.
- Color matched the interior material to the remaining dash insert vinyl — cinnamon color.
1970 911S RESTORATION
COMPLETED – RESTORATION OF ORIGINAL COLOR + ENGINE REBUILD FOR A CLIENT.
- Spectacular clean chassis, but car had been painted silver in the past. Originally left the Factory in Albert Blue (#1818). And now it is, once again.
- Restoration has taken 8 months. Paint and body (and more) by John Esposito.
- Engine rebuilt to add a bit of displacement and compression by Tyson Schmidt of PRO Motorsports in Burbank
74 RSR LOOK
BEFORE THERE WAS A RAUH-WELT BEGRIFF, THIS WAS A ROUGH, LOW-COST TOY. PAINTED MEXICO BLUE.
- 1974 Gold Sportomatic, sunroof donor.
- Fiberglass flares attached with fasteners, fiberglass fenders, ducktail. Lexan door windows. Race seat & harness. Fire suppression system..
- Modified 1975 2.7 engine.
- Sold to Magnus Walker. Now residing in Netherlands.