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I'm curious what it'll bring without engine/trans? I'd love to put my drivetrain in it.

Old 12-10-2014, 05:22 PM
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Old 12-10-2014, 05:25 PM
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Yes, indeed, how naive was I to think that the Certificate of Authenticity from Porsche would be correct. I checked the engine again and it had 930/52 on it, engine number 6760518....

Interestingly, I note you indicate on the other thread that the 930/50 engine was through Oct 75...from data I have seen (Porsche Red Book) indicates the 930/50 engine had numbers 6750001-6750297 for the '75 production year, and the same engine, 930/50 was fitted for the 1976 year with numbers 6760001-6760157 and 6760301-6760808.

Of course, I am looking at this data long enough to know five different sources will give you five different answers when it comes to Porsche historical details....but interesting to see the differences here....
Most references show the engine numbers beginning at “01” when they actually started at “21”. Ryan’s website has the correct engine # information listed:

930 Turbo Carrera 3.0-liter: Registry

Porsche homologated the 934 (Group 4) with 400, 1975 and 1976 production turbos with 930/50 engines which is why the same engine crossed two model years.
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Here is 76 ROW #930670091 original engine #6760098. Built 10/75.
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I realize I speak for a minority viewpoint BUT, the shame in California is that these are the only ones we can get away with modifying into a super performance 930. After 1975 the State intrudes in some ugly ways. A pity they are being restored to original instead of being used as proper hot rods.
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restore it- sell it- build a turbo hotrod out of a 75 911 and have money left over.
then you have a part of history preserved.
can you imagine what a 75 930 would be worth??

when it was time to rebuild the enigne in my 77s i wanted a "hotrod". something that was light and quick. but my car was really nice. the interior was nice, no wrecks, no rust and it had butt welded steel widebody flares on it. i did not want to "de-value" the car so i sold it.
i went the opposite direction. i bought a very very nice low miles 930. original paint, great interior and just overall super condition. now i have another car that i really cant do a lot with but thats ok. i just think about the $$$$. i tell my wife its my retirement.
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Yes, this is a rhd 75 being carted off for a full resto in salmon with white interior. You are correct..they are rare with some prototype parts.


Here she is being put back together...the work that is being done is second to none..the color is phenomenal when seen up close

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Yes, this is a rhd 75 being carted off for a full resto in salmon with white interior. You are correct..they are rare with some prototype parts.



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