Spotted in Philadelphia is a 1963 Porsche 356SC Shell for $4,900 USD. Not much is said about this shell but may be useful for restoration purposes. This body is for VIN 116439.
What do you think of this shell?
Spotted in Los Angeles are 935 Twin Turbo Engines For Sale. The one of the right is a fresh 3.0 Liter with only dyno time for $185,000 USD. On the left is a fresh 3.2 with Dyno time only for $185,000 USD. The 3.2 in the center has already been sold according to the seller. The car in the back ground is also for sale as well.
What do you think of these engines?
A real RS pump will have an unmolested ID tag number on top.
The correct number is: 0408 126 019. The number above that is the serial number.
The ID tag on the governor section shows: EP / RLA 1/51 R.
The pump section shows: PED6KL 60/120 R3 X.
The date stamp on the pump casting will be a 72 to 74 date.
This MFI Pum was built in the 52nd week of 1972.
Spotted in Colorado is a Porsche RSR 915 Transaxle Oil Pump for $6,500 USD. This is the complete kit which is extremely rare to find. Other RSR oil pumps I have seen for sale are always missing some critical pieces but this one seems to be all there. This kit has the complete nose cover, oil pump, nose cone, gears, sump foot and spray bar. It would seem the price for these continue to climb. I think there is a company in Europe that makes replicas of these pumps. I am not sure how popular these are.
Would you pay this much to put this on your Porsche 911?
Spotted in Napa County is a 1966 Porsche 911 Engine with rare Weber carbs for $28,950 USD. The seller states it is in excellent condition. It was rebuilt professionally less than 1,000 miles ago. The engine 907731 shows it is coded as a 1966 engine.
What do you think of this engine?