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  1. Gday Everyone, Marc here from Perth. I have recently started a new YouTube Channel. Marc and Cars - Porsche Air Cooled Enthusiast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWo3kLE5S6cJsnKVJdxDVSg Here are my videos to date. If you like them please share them, subscribe to the channel, give them a thumbs up. You know the drill. All comments and feedback appreciated. https://youtu.be/PitxXXZnEEs https://youtu.be/33pHqCWaHus https://youtu.be/U9-HqJhTT1s https://youtu.be/5GurQ6P6M2A https://youtu.be/d82mGdXipz4
  2. FOR SALE As you may know, I'm selling my 1962 356 B Notchback. It comes complete with all the original paperwork, including the original books, pouch and sales invoice. The car is completely original apart from the new carpet, respray (20 years ago) and upper dash trim. Numbers matching, and recently serviced by Autohaus Hamilton. What is it worth to you?
  3. Al

    Ex Tasmanian 356

    Forgive me if this has been discussed somewhere here. I only jump into the 356 section on occasion as I'm not worthy enough to have a 356.. just a dirty 911. Does anyone know where this lovely old 356 got too? (see pic) It sold at a Launceston Auction in June last year. Just interested to know where she went and what's being done to it.
  4. This pdf shows engine details for just about every Porsche model. Too good not to share! https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/93289189/Porsche_Engine_Codes_1952-2012.pdf
  5. I have two little purple NSW Historic Plates in my hand – and happy days are here. Towards the end of last year I suddenly put my 993 on the market with an “urgent : must sell” as I had found a new car. Well, I still have the 993 (anyone, anyone ?) and this gorgeous 1962 Porsche 356B Super 90 has found a home in Byron Bay. It is a USA import - I imported it directly from the seller in California. This car has lived in both California and Oregon since new. It was prepared to be both a vintage race and road rally car while still being street legal. The car was vintage raced periodically from the ’80s up until 2006, including 10 appearances at the Portland Historics with no DNFs. It is a numbers matching car, although some of those numbers are sitting in a box. The car currently runs a 912 engine with Weber carbs. The original transmission remains in the car, and it still runs on 6V, using an Optima 6 volt spill free battery. The car has been lowered and balanced with Koni adjustable shocks and a Skirmants bar on the rear. It has been de-cambered front and rear. It has drum brakes all around, with the following modifications made by Emory Motorsports who did much of the work on the car. Reproductions of the factory racing backing plates which have large scoops front and rear to maximize cooling. Steel braided brake lines. Dual chamber master cylinder. Super Blue racing brake fluid. Special brake shoes. Drums were ceramic coated with a heat reflecting coating in the center to keep the bearings cool and a heat defusing coating around the rest of the drum to expedite cooling The 912 based motor was built by Motorsports International and contains Balanced crankshaft & rodsShasta 9.5 to 1 pistons and cylindersNorris 3/4 camWeber 40 carburetors with K & N filtersFront oil cooler with Aeroquip lines, quick disconnect fittings and 930 inline thermostatLightweight flywheellDistributor modified with Pertronics 6-voltSo far, I’ve removed the cage, replaced the required lights and fitted some non-mandatory seatbelts. Panel shop touched up some small things (and replaced a windscreen I broke) and found no damage or rust to repair. Loves to rev about 2300rpm. Once above that, it spins freely and quickly. A mate of mine who does Targa took it for a spin with me and it is a ball – even at road legal speeds. Here are some pics of the car prior to delivery to Australia. I have no better ones for now, so here she is.
  6. Most Sydney guys will know of Exlusive Body Werks and the fantastic work Ron Goodman does. Great vid about his 356 and the journey he has been on.
  7. Some insights into taking your car to a classic race meet. Ron Goodman's pre A 356 at Monterey
  8. Whoah! http://www.ebay.com/itm/PORSCHE-356-Carrera-4-Cam-Motor-Just-Finished-Rebuild-READY-/171124917974
  9. Driving 'em like you are supposed to. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8iQjTZvRWmg
  10. Caver

    Only in America....

    This is nuts! As the price draws ever closer to AUD100k..... http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ebaymotors/1959-Porsche-356-Convertible-D-Speedster-/181298458881?forcev4exp=true
  11. For anyone after steel repair parts for your Porsche, this looks decent.
  12. Mostly early 911's...and a few race cars thrown in. http://www.flickr.com/photos/cinelliguy/sets/72157612296402915/

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