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Porsche 4 Cam Type 547 Engine Found in New Hampshire

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Porsche 4 Cam Type 547 Engine

Spotted in Center Barnstead, New Hampshire is a Porsche 4 Cam Type 547 Engine for $300,000 USD. I remember when I came across a Spare Engine at for $80,000 and I thought that was too high. I so regret that decision. This is engine #90944. It was rebuilt by Karl Hloch and currently has 2 Mille Miglia events under its belt powering a 550 spyder. This was originally a GS engine and it can be fitted with either a GS fan shroud with heat snorkel , car pre-heaters, etc. or a GT Shroud. Engine is complete and runs well.

Would you buy this engine?

Porsche Go Kart Found in California

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Porsche Go Kart

Spotted in Los Angeles, California is a Porsche Go Kart for $1,250 USD. The seller says its in running condition. It is believed this is known as a Porsche Junior and could only be brought from the Porsche dealerships back in the 1980’s for $4,995 USD. This is a fun rare collectible piece.

Would you buy this?

1954 Porsche Reutter 356 Pre-A Coupe Found in Oregon

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1954 Reutter 356

Spotted in Portland, Oregon is a 1954 Porsche Reutter 356 Pre-A Coupe for $52,000 USD. The seller states this car is a shell with no motor. This is an early Bent Window project that would make a great restoration candidate. The Certificate of Authenticity and more pictures are available by the seller.

Would you buy this Pre-A?

1966 Porsche 911 Shell Found in California

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1966 Porsche 911 Shell

Spotted in Sacramento, California is a 1966 Porsche 911 Shell for $10,000 USD. The seller states this shell has a lot of rust and no drivetrain. What you see is what you get. This is a very early 911 and has California registration in seller’s name.

Would you take on this project?

1974 Porsche Carrera Found in California

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1974 Porsche Carrera

Spotted in San Diego, California is a 1974 Porsche Carrera for $24,000 USD. The seller states his car has a clean title. It is a real 911 Carrera but missing its engine and transaxle. The seats, door panels, hood, fender, duck tail, wheels and all glass are included in the sale. Some minor rust has been repaired. It has never been wrecked. It is number 275 of 528 built.

Would you restore this car?

1973 Porsche 911 RSR Sunroof Coupe Chassis Found in California

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1973 Porsche 911 RSR Sunroof Coupe Chassis

Spotted in Miramar, California is a 1973 Porsche 911 RSR Sunroof Coupe Chassis for $19,999 USD. The seller states this is a 1973 Porsche 911 T sunroof coupe chassis. It has steel RSR type flares and is accident free. It will include some interior parts. This car has a California title and is smog exempt. This is a good base for a Porsche outlaw hotrod project.

What do you think?

1956 Porsche Speedster Found in Florida

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1956 Porsche Speedster

Spotted in Jupiter, Florida is a 1956 Porsche Speedster for $265,001 USD.   This car was restored 10 years ago and only driven less than a thousand miles has been in storage ever since and has been run on a regular basis until a year and a half ago. It has been in a temperature sensitive storage away from the elements. The odometer shows 82,006 original miles.  

What do you think of this car? 

Porsche 930 Turbo Slant Nose Fenders and Hood Found in New Hampshire

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Porsche 930 Turbo Slant Nose Fenders and Hood

 

Spotted in New Hampshire is a set of Porsche 930 Turbo Slant Nose Fenders and Hood for $800 USD.  The seller states these were taken off of a 1976 Porsche 911 after a fire.  The hood and fenders are made of metal and will need to be sandblasted.   They are not bent or twisted in anyway.

Does anyone want a slant nose conversion these days?

 

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