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1971 Porsche 911T Project

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Details

Price: $54,800

Mileage: Miles Unknown

Engine: 2.2-Liter Flat 6-Cylinder

Transmission: Rebuilt 901 5-Speed Manual

Exterior color: Acid Blue Exterior (a 1974 Color)

Interior: Black/White Houndstooth Interior

VIN: 9111100487

Additional features:

Engine #6114888

Transmission #7103030

Numbers Matching Engine and Transmission

Recovered Seats in Black/White Houndstooth

Recovered Dashboard

Recovered Steering Wheel

Original Steering Wheel

Recovered Door Caps

All Gauges Restored by North Hollywood Speedometer Repair

Tach is Setup for a 2.7-Liter Engine

Virtually All NOS or Restored Components Included

Houndstooth Toolkit

15x7-Inch Fuchs Wheels

$20,000 in Restoration and Replacement Parts

Receipts for NOS Parts

  • Bumper Trim and Reflectors
  • Porsche Emblems
  • Parcel Shelf
  • Parcel Shelf Brackets
  • Door Plugs and Trim
  • Door Handle Seals
  • Door Glass Seals
  • Door Glass Felt Brush w/ Clips
  • Window Rail Seals
  • Windshield
  • Reupholstered Steering Wheel
  • License Plate Light
  • Paint Code Plate
  • Fuel Door Release
  • Hood Release Cable
  • Door Hing Pin
  • Door Hinge Bolt
  • T-Handle for Decklid Release Cable
  • Fuel Door Release Cable Knob
  • Fuel Door Hinge Spring
  • “911T” Chrome Emblem
  • Bumper Seals
  • Front Bumper Deco Rubber “S” Trim
  • Rear Bumper Panel
  • Front Bender Hardware Kit
  • Bumper Support Brackets
  • Fog Lamp Covers and Seals
  • Engine Grille
  • Hood Emblem Seal
  • Deck Lid Cable
  • Windshield Seal
  • Tool Bag/Kit
  • License Plate Harness
  • Rear Bumper Left
  • Rear Bumper Right

1975 Porsche 911S 2.7-Liter Engine

  • 2.7-Liter Flat-Six Engine
  • MFI Converted to Weber Carburetors
  • Mileage Unknown
  • Engine Code: 901 106 101 5R
  • Engine Number: 6550329
  • 3.2 Oil Fed Tensioners
  • Bore Scoped (no scoring)
  • Leak Down Less than 3% in All Cylinders
  • Compression 130-140 PSI
  • Fresh Intake Manifold Gaskets
  • Fresh Air Filters
  • Typical Leaks and Seeps

Summary

 exterior photo

This 1971 Porsche 911T project came to us from a local PCA member who was suffering from health issues. It started life as a Silver Metallic 1971 911T purchased in California by the previous owner in June of 2019. His vision was to set about restoring it into a hot-rodded 2.7-liter 911. The gearbox was overhauled by Eisenbuds Inc in Denver, Colorado. Eisenbuds also sent the gauges to North Hollywood Speedometer Repair, and the tachometer was adjusted for a 2.7-liter engine. The numbers matching engine is currently installed in the car but is in need of rebuilding (we can do this for extra if desired). The body and various panels were media blasted by Blast-Tech in Englewood, Colorado. After that, the body was roughed, primered, and prepared for paint. All removable panels were prepped and painted in a 1974 color called Acid Blue. Those parts, except for the sunroof panel, are installed on the car. Receipts for the paint and bodywork, recovered interior components, and replacement parts total just under $20,000!

We took delivery of the car and parts exactly as they are shown in the pictures. Many original parts are present and included (all pictured), along with all of the replacement and reupholstered components. At this point, the engine choice needs to be determined (see below), the body and paint work completed, and the car assembled. The project is at a crossroads, with the choice to build a 2.7-liter hot rod or restore it to a number’s matching 2.2-liter 911T (or any other direction desired). We can finish it in terms of the buyer’s vision if desired or sell it as a project. Delivery is available for extra. We have priced it accordingly with lots of room for the new owner to finish it with considerable value remaining.

For an additional $18,500, we have a 2.7-liter carbureted 6-cylinder engine from a 1975 Porsche 911. The engine was retrofitted into a 1972 911T. It came to us from a local 911 enthusiast who is restoring that car back to stock. You can see videos of the engine running and driving in the car in the Bring a Trailer auction here: https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1972-porsche-911t-38/. When the car came to Colorado, Eurosport Automotive did a leak down and compression test before the engine was pulled. Leak down numbers were 1 to 2%, with one cylinder at 3%. Compression numbers were 130-140PSI at Colorado air density. We purchased the engine and bore scoped the cylinders (no scoring), then installed fresh intake manifold gaskets and air filters. The only items of note we found are typical oil seeps and some sealant around one of the case bolts (a typical leak for this vintage). As it sits, it would be a perfect match for the 1971 911T project, transforming it into a similar spec to an S. We can also overhaul the engine if desired.