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PostPosted: Fri Jan 07, 2011 9:26 pm 
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For sale, unique and awesome early chassis, WATER COOLED 911. 1974 911 tub, 993 rsr wide body work, and of course 996 GT3 CUP Drivetrain!! This car is extremely fast and will run with just about any 996 or 997 cup. Everyone drools over this car and I would say it is the ultimate vintage/modern Porsche marriage.

Legal for NASA ST1 and GTS5, has NASA and PCA log books.

Extremely fast:
1:03 at PIR (would be good for top 5 grid spot the last time Rolex raced there)
0:57 at Firebird East (NASA record holder)
1:03 at Firebird Main (NASA record holder)
1:44 at Cal Speedway (easily capable 1:42s according to the data)

Chassis:
1974 911 Tub, rust free
~2250 lbs wet (no driver)!
Full safety devices cage installed and modified by FABCAR, fully tied to front and rear suspension
ATL fuel cell ~1.5 yrs old
Amazing cooling system with a single huge radiator vented through hood
Water and oil stay below 200 even in 100 degree+ Arizona racing weather.

Interior:
Recaro ProRacer HANS seat
Schroth Belts
Custom steering colum
Tilton floor mount pedal set up
Full STACK Data system with GPS, throttle, steering, G-force, etc

Body:
All fiberglass 993 extra wide body
60 inch carbon banana wing

Drivetrain:
2000 gt3 cup engine w/~2 hrs since refresh by Chris Cervelli
Just over 350 rwhp before refresh
996 cup rear chassis wiring, very nicely done
2000 gt3 cup G96 6 speed cable shift gearbox (NOT EASY TO FIT!)
Close ratio gears for ~160 mph top speed
~25 hrs on gearbox since refresh
2004 Cup diff
Tilton 7.25 clutch 2 plate clutch, full thickness on discs

Front Suspension:
Full ERP 935 monoball
JRZ 3-way adjustable remote reservoir struts with dropped spindles
18x10" fikse wheels w/ 265/645/18 hoosier slicks
930 Brakes

Rear Suspension:
Full ERP 935 setup
930 trailing arms
JRZ 3-way shocks
930 Brakes
18x12" fikse wheels with hoosier 320/650 tires

Extras:
Spare shift cables
3 sets total Fikse wheels
Probably some other stuff I am forgetting...

The car is running flawlessly. It has been disassembled for several months, but we just put the engine back in fresh from Chris Cervelli and ran it for about 2 hours of testing a few days ago. Performed perfectly, ran all day without any issues. Car is ready to race. Full thickness on pads and rotors, completely fresh.

It would cost WELL into the 6 figures to have a shop duplicate this car. It is incredibly quick and nimble with modern watercooled power and 500 lbs lighter than a 996 cup with much larger tires!

Video at Cal Speedway:
http://vimeo.com/6124613

Video at Firebird East:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8447997709839788208#

Price: $62,500
Location: Tucson, AZ
Contact: claykos AT gmail.com

photos: (underside is a bit dirty as it is fresh from a couple of hours of testing and hasn't been cleaned up...)
http://picasaweb.google.com/claykos/BlackPorsche#

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 06, 2011 5:57 pm 
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Car is still available. The GTS5 nat'l champ for the past 2 years races in my region and I have been very competitive with him in this car!

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2012 3:36 pm 
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OK - so the economy sucks and I'm sick of tripping over this car, just not enough room in the shop.

I have removed the seat. Engine still has under 3 hours, car fires right up and is ready to race (other than seat).

I will sell her for $40k firm! This is a LOT of car for that money.

Don't believe the horror stories about Cup engine maintenance. Those numbers are perpetuated by people who don't actually have cup experience and are based on Porsche motorsports recommendations for PRO RACING maintenance and assume Porsche Motorsports rebuilds which are double the cost of a good independent. These are 100 hour motors all day long and are lower maintenance/more reliable/cheaper to rebuild than a racing air cooled 3.6 or 3.8.

Video from a few weeks ago firing the car up:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YpM_AeB4zTQ

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