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Spec 911 Race CarPosted by josefats about 1 week, 3 days ago
1974 911 chassis, 1983 3.0 Liter w/ Weber 46 carbs, MSD ignition, LSD, headers with custom exhaust, front and rear adjustable sway bars, 23 and 32 mm torsion bars, ring and pinion 731 upgrade, full cage, WEVO shifter, brake proportioning valve, Momo steering wheel quick release, big brakes, transponder, SPA 3.3 liter fire system, Recaro Pro Racer Hans seat, Cool Shirt system, axle tie downs, many suspension upgrades.
Car was purchased from Gary Hamilton in June 2010 for $48,000. He had the car maintained and serviced by Jerry Woods Enterprises (JWE) including rebuilding the motor (dyno 247 hp) with Euro 9.8:1 Nikasil piston/cylinder, fully adjustable pedal assembly modification, accelerator pedal strengthening, battery disconnect switch, hot lap system, helmet fresh air pump and filter, WEBER float bowl modification, Bursh 911 header 1 & 1/2", engine fuel system fitted with all Aeroquip, engine solid mounts (Smart Racing), re-valve and shorten front shocks and struts, reinforce front sway bar mounts, aluminum floor panel and dead pedal, and several other improvements. He logged 55 hours on the motor.
From 2011-2015 the car was used for track days at Laguna Seca an average of 3-4 track weekends a year. One NASA race in 2010. No accidents. Car has been well taken care of. All work and maintenance done by JWE and C&C Repair of Monterey. All documentation/receipts available. These are some of the improvements made after purchasing the car: front oil coolers, JWE clutch kit, Laguna Seca muffler, new fuel cell foam, door panels lightened, rebuild LSD, WEVO shift coupler, Rennline adjustable gas pedal, long wheel studs, beefier front cross bar, rear mono-balls, modified front shock towers for more negative camber adjustment, JWE front fiberglass bumper system, fiberglass hood with hood locks and gas shocks, JWE front and rear windshields, car weight is 2167 lbs without driver. February 2016 the car was taken to JWE: transmission was rebuilt, LSD was checked as well as brake rotors and ring and pinion setup, drained fuel cell and replaced rubber fuel lines at engine. Weber Carburetors were rebuilt by C&C Repair in Monterey. The car has zero miles since then except for short drives around neighborhood to keep everything working. Spares include another set of Fuchs wheels, whale tail rear deck, brake pads, fuel pump, several quarts of engine oil and a few other items.Contact Seller »