1967 Porsche 911 Racecar - 1967

street legal, lightweight

This 911T vehicle has just arrived and is for sale on behalf of a customer.

In late 1967 built, the 911 was converted to a 2.4L engine and typed in the 70s. The car was in one hand for the last 10 years and has been improved over and over again.

This toy was used on various racetracks. In order to be able to move the car quickly and easily even in winter, the body in the rear wheel arch was reworked so that the vehicle can be moved with snow chains.

The body was also lightened all around and so the racer got plastic fenders and trunk lid. The mounted trunk lid is original, but there is also a second one with a plastic ducktail.

The body was extensively overhauled in the past and therefore it is definitely free from rusting. We didn’t find any rust spots either. The front hood is adorned with an imposing lamp tree that can also be removed quickly and easily. The exterior is rounded off with original Fuchs rims.

Inside, the car has also been reduced to the essentials. To ensure stability and safety, a roll bar was installed in the 911, which can be converted into a complete cage using additional struts. OMP bucket seats are responsible for the lateral support of the driver and front passenger. The OMP steering wheel and suspender straps complete the whole. An automatic extinguishing system protects occupants and vehicle in the event of a fire.

So that the car with its new weight can be moved easily, the chassis has been revised and a readable electronic tachometer has been installed to keep a good overview.

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170 PS / 2.4L
bucket seats, deep dish steering wheel, saftey cage, extinguishing system, H-seatbelts,
lightweight chassis parts, lamp tree front, additional light rear,