1969 Porsche 911 Slantnose John Player Special
Spotted in Lake Balboa, California is a 1969 Porsche 911 Slantnose John Player Special for $42,500 USD. This is a dry California car wit no rust or accident history. The paint job was done 10 years ago and has held up well. The body is straight,with perfect gaps and body lines. The car weights 2600lbs and has a long list of modifications.
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The front clip was changed to accommodate for the later impact bumper and hood/fender configuration.
Front fenders are fiber glass with functional pop up lights.
The rest of the car is steel, including rear fenders.
Real 930 turbo tail with excellent rubber trim.
The car showcases some of the early prototype parts the company(Da-Zug) used to make, such as the alloy X brace found in the frunk of the car, 935 alloy gas pedal and rear coilovers.
One of a kind reflective carbon fiber rear Porsche reflector.
Wheels were made utilizing fuchs centers and BBS halves.
They’re 15 by 9s and 11 inches wide in the rear. They provide excellent grip and high spedd stability.
Upgraded brakes, bigger torsion bars and sway bars were added.
993 tt front brake cooling ducts were added.
Power comes from a euro spec 3.0 engine with 45 Weber carbs mated to a 915 gearbox.
BAR legal engine swap with California compliance stamp.
The engine runs good, no leaks or smoke.
Large front mount oil cooler makes sure the engine runs cool even on days when temperature hits triple digits.
Price $42,500 USD
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