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Kremer RSK #9110 almost done!

by on Aug.02, 2011, under Race Cars, Restoration Projects, Showroom

Well we have completed the final  striping on #9110 and only have a few minor details left before the reveal. It is finally coming together and should be a spectacular looking car. Stay tuned for the complete image gallery.

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1973 Carrera RS 3.2 #911 310 3081

by on Jun.28, 2011, under Road cars, Showroom

1973 Carrera RS 3.2 Replica was built on a origional light yellow non-sunroof chassis. It was given a complete respray along with factory RS bumpers and Duck-tail. All new interior including all new seals, headliner, perlon carpet, door panels and trim, light weight  seats, and a new dash cover. The engine is a shortstroke 3.2 ltr based on a 3.0SC case with mahle 98mm p&c. Ignition has been upgraded to twin BOSCH TCI hybrid ignition, Elgin camshafts, larger throttle-bodies and re-calibrated mechanical injection pump. SSI exhaust and stainless steel muffler. Wheels are 7&8 Fuchs with RSR finish & Dunlop SP9000 tires. Also has Fuchs Alloy spare wheel/tire. Brakes are standard “S” calipers in front and rear.  H1 headlamps and optional through the grill fog lamps are also installed.

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1973 Carrera RS 2.7 M471

by on Apr.18, 2011, under Road cars, Showroom

Carrera RS 2.7 M471

Delivery date:12/01/1972

Engine #:6630219

Gearbox#:830196

Color: Grand Prix White with Green Lettering/2238 and matching Wheel centers

Interior:Black leatherette

Conversion:M471 Light-weight trim

Optional Equipment: Dunlop tires,M220 limited-slip differential, M440 retractable antenna & loud speaker

This is the same car posted in our showroom as a RSR Conversion by Roitmayer GmbH of Germany

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1987 Carrera Ruf 3.4t

by on Feb.23, 2011, under Road cars, Showroom

This is not your fathers 1987 Carerra! This is a “WOLF” is Sheep’s clothing! Wanting to emulate the famous Ruf narrow-body Carrera we started with a run of the mil average car and transformed it into one of the most desired cars in the world. Starting at the front bumper and ending at the tail-pipe nothing was left untouched on this project. The heart and soul of this car is it’s engine, a 3.4ltr, twin-plug, single GARRETT turbo with modern Euro-96 EFI. Using a proven formula this engine makes 500hp @1.2 bar. It uses a G-50 gearbox with a limited-slip differential and a light-weight clutch package. Brakes have been upgraded to 993tt calipers and disc up front and 928s4 calipers and 930 disc in the rear. A Ruf front valence covers the Ruf oil cooler which is added in series with the factory Carrera unit. Ruf-Speedline wheels are 8″& 9″x 17 with Dunlop tires.  Other Ruf items that add to the visual clues are the Boost guage, gas-brake and clutch pedal covers, and a Ruf manual boost wheel that is located at the rear of the center tunnel. Black RECARO sport seats and a early 911 3-spoke steering wheel along with light-weight door panels give it a period correct look. Be sure to look at the complete gallery to see all the details.

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911 330 1237

by on Feb.22, 2011, under Road cars, Showroom

911 330 1237 was delivered on June1,1973 to the local PORSCHE dealer here in New Orleans, La.

Model:911S coupe

Engine#:6331924

Exterior color: Sepia Brown

Interior color:Beige Leather, perforated

Optional Equipment:Air Condition,Tinted glass,KONI shock absorbers, Sport seats(left&right), Front fog lights(clear), Electric sliding roof, Electric windows, Blaupunkt radio”frankfurt”

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1976 934 #9306700162

by on Oct.08, 2010, under Race Cars, Showroom

1976 934 #9306700162
PRODUCTION#:
106 3717
PRODUCTION DATE:  19th car
ENGINE#:
GEARBOX#:
ORIGINAL COLOR: Light Yellow

OPTIONS:
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1973 RS 2.7 Lightweight 911 360 0196

by on Oct.07, 2010, under Road cars, Showroom

1973 RS 2.7 Lightweight 911 360 0196

1973 RS 2.7 Lightweight 911 360 0196
CONVERSION#: M471 “LIGHTWEIGHT”
PRODUCTION#:
PRODUCTION DATE: 12/1972
ENGINE#: 6630219
GEARBOX#: 7830196

ORIGINAL COLOR:
Grand Prix White/ Green stripes

OPTIONS:
220-Limited Slip Differential
440-Retractable antenna, Loud speaker

HISTORY: Converted to RSR specification body work and 2.9 ltr. engine by Roitmayer GmbH of Germany in 1988. This car will be restored to it’s origional configuration of M471 RS 2.7 along with viper green stripes and colored wheels.

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1974 911 RSR — 911 460 9083

by on Oct.07, 2010, under Race Cars, Showroom

 

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 1974 911 RSR — 911 460 0983
CONVERSION: M491
PRODUCTION#: 104 4368
PRODUCTION DATE:
ENGINE#: 684 0101
GEARBOX#:

 

COLOR: Grand Prix White

HISTORY: First delivered to Fernando Madera. First race Le Mans 24 hour 1975. Raced IMSA GTU-GTO 1975-1977. Sold to Botero Racing/Serviced by Conrad Racing. Raced 1978-1979 IMSA. GTU-GTO. Crashed at Daytona 1979/ Sold by Conrad Racing to Roger Bean. Sold to Jim Boursos 1979. Bare Chassis restored by Burbank Coach Works/Jim Torres. Sold to Lloyd Hawkins 1998. Chassis Reassembled to As-Delivered condition.

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1973 911 RSR — 911 360 0756

by on Oct.07, 2010, under Race Cars, Showroom

 
 

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1973 911 RSR — 911 360 0756

CONVERSION: M491
PRODUCTION#: 103 4970
PROD. DATE: 02/1973
ENGINE #: 6930114
GEARBOX#: 7931024
 

COLOR: Light Yellow

OPTIONS:
220 Limited Slip Differential
Special Ratios
Black Lettering

HISTORY: Imported by Harry Haggard and first raced at Sebring 12 hour 1973, finished 4th O.A. with Grey Egerton and Elliot Forbes Robinson driving. Later sold to Jim Cook Racing and raced several years in IMSA GT. Converted to 74 RSR body work and engine. Sold to Georger Eckert. Sold to Lloyd Hawkins, restored back to “As Delivered Condition”. Sold to Dave Mohlman.
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