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1975 Porsche 911 IROC-Style Race CarPosted by WindingRoad about 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Location: Clearwater, Florida 33758
RSR-Style Vintage Racer
Twin-Plug 3.0L Flat-Six
Type 915 Transaxle
Dual MSD Ignition Boxes
935-Style Front Suspension
Four-Wheel Bilstein Coilovers
Custom Short Shifter
GPS Data Acquisition System
Powertrain Rebuilt 2018
Private Party or Dealer: Dealer
Additional Charges From This Dealer:
USD $70 Document Fee
This 1975 Porsche 911 coupe was converted into an IROC/RSR-style race car by 901 Shop in Florida and has since been campaigned in vintage events including the Sebring Classic 12 Hour, the Classic 24 Hour at Daytona, and The Mitty. Equipment includes a whale tail spoiler, front and rear fender flares, 930 brakes, a fire-suppression system, a front-mounted oil tank, and Bilstein coilovers at all four corners. A twin-plug 3.0L flat-six drives the rear wheels through a 915 five-speed manual transaxle, and the stripped interior features a racing seat, roll cage with door bars, custom short shifter, custom dash and instrument panel, dual MSD ignition boxes, and GPS data acquisition. 901 Shop rebuilt the engine and transmission in 2018 at a cost of over $30k, as outlined in the listing below. Kevin Wheeler and Louis Milone of KMW Motorsports of Boca Raton, Florida, are said to have built the car for track use originally, while Heritage Motorsports has set it up for individual races under current ownership. This 911 racer is is reportedly eligible for HSR Group 5 racing and is offered on a bill of sale in Florida with records for the powertrain rebuilds and a spare set of wheels.
Fiberglass RSR-style fender flares have been added front and rear, and the car also features fiberglass doors, a fiberglass rear spoiler, plastic rear windows, and a dual-pass Fluidyne remote oil cooler. Gallery photos show paint cracking on the driver-side rear fender and chips on the sideview mirrors and leading edges of the rear flares, as well as other cosmetic blemishes consistent with track use.
A set of two-piece 16″ basketweave wheels is included and pictured in the gallery wearing 225/50 and 255/50 Hoosier rain tires. The two-piece Fuchs-style wheels shown above do not fit properly and are not included in the sale. The car has been fitted with Eisenlohr Racing Products 935-style front suspension, as well as 930-style rear control control arms and Bilstein coilovers at all four corners. 930 brakes feature finned aluminum calipers and cross-drilled and vented rotors.
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