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    Paddington NSW
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    911SC, 911E (PO made it a 959)

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  1. Congrats, Jeff. I religiously watch every episode. You did a bloody unreal job. So, when are the 911 and 240 up for sale?
  2. Photos now added. There is also two links at the bottom of the imbedded photos.
  3. Any chance you have a steel hood and front bar?
  4. Final price drop before I chuck it up on fleabay. $20K.
  5. Engine and tranny now sold. Price for near complete roller is $22K. But yourself a $20K 3.2L out of the US and make the sickest SWB hotrod ever.
  6. FS: $20K firm Price reduced as 914 motor and 901 tranny have been sold back to previous owner. Ladies and Gents I recently purchased a lovely 66 912 project to build as a little hotrod. I am getting cold feet as I have just realised I have neither the space nor the time to do anything with the project in the near future. In addition, I am renting a super cool warehouse space to store and work on the car, but it’s not cheap. Here are the details of the car: · Make: Porsche · Model: 912 · Year: 66 (built late 65); · Colour: originally Light Ivory, but currently donning primer; · Country of Delivery: German (LHD); · Engine: Non-matching 2.0L Porsche 914 engine. Engine has slightly more aggressive cams and additional fan shroud. · Gearbox: Porsche 901 tranny; The car is currently set up as a rust-free rolling chassis and is now ready for panel fitment, body prep and paint. The shell was sandblasted and all rust was removed from the car – floor pans; suspension pans; inner and outer door sills; door jams / strikers; rear quarters; rear window bottoms; plus misc patches here and there were removed and new panels welded in by Kustom Kombis in the Central Coast. It appears the previous owner was planning on building a 912-6 (i.e. a 912 with a 6 cylinder 911 engine), or the shell may have been “updated” in a past life, as the engine mounts are from a 911. I pounced on this car a few months ago. Of all the longhood project cars that I’ve at over the past 5 years, this was the first truly rust free one. Hard to say no to that! The car is currently a roller and comes with all body panels (except a front bumper) and all major components. This will make a serious hot little SWB hotrod. And, most importantly, a blank canvas. If you have the time and space, this will be a very cost effective hotrod build! PM or call (0403 278 349) if interested Cheers Jono Here is a Link to more photos, including the interior and the parts that come with the car: - PARTS: https://imgur.com/gallery/EyR7qxi - EXTERIOR and INTERIOR: https://imgur.com/gallery/HceOlwu
  7. Excellent condition hood to suit 74 - 89 year 911. Unfortunately, I really need the space in the shed, so it’s got to go. Call me on 0403 278 349 if you are interested. Cheers Jono
  8. Gents Wheels and R spec tyres now separated from the kit. Listing everything else individually. Prices set out below: (1) SOLD - Group 4 Campagnolo Rims (15 x 7 fronts; 15 x 8 rears) with near new road tyres; (2) SOLD - Set of Advan AD50 semi slicks (one rally old) for the Campags; (3) $1000 - 996 BREMBO Front and Rear calipers (pistons and bores are perfect, just need a new seal kit as I removed the old ones when pulling the pistons) plus rear rotors; (4) $280 - Momo Prototipo steering wheel (OD 320mm); (6) $900 - front hood;  (7) $225 - front bumper;   (8) $350- Rear decklid (requires rust repair on backside);  (9) $225 - Rear bumper (has two notches cut out of the underside to accommodate a twin exhaust setup); (10) $290 - replica Recaro race seats plus 2 x 5 point harnesses (only one appears useable). 

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