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Porsche Crest cross-post: powerful, fun Turbo for sale

Cross-post to a very powerful, very fun Turbo 911 for sale:

3.5L EFI Turbo, 1977 chassis -- incredible driver's car



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Great looking car and performance to boot! One of my favorite colors...


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She goes like crazy, really quick with the long-stroke EFI engine and G50 gearing. Good brakes, excellent suspension. Really a blast to drive!

It would take over $110k today to reproduce the engine, trans, suspension, brakes, and wheels. Someone is going to get a lot of car for the money! This is a no-excuses Turbo they can drive the tires off of and enjoy.
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Chris, don't e-punch me, but why all that to keep the pancake?

Cars a major beast, but seems to be held back a little by Aunt Jemima.....
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Wow what a great looking car! I wish I was in the market for another
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uh wait a cabon fiber fan housing? You cary those?
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Chris, don't e-punch me, but why all that to keep the pancake?
Cars a major beast, but seems to be held back a little by Aunt Jemima.....
The engine went through a succession of modifications and upgrades (3.0T, Andial intercooler, 3.2T, EFI, big intercooler, BB turbo, better EFI, etc.) but it made more than enough power for the owner that it wasn't worth it to him to take it apart again to do a Carrera manifold conversion.

Similar engines don't make that much more power on a Carrera manifold, maybe 25-35hp more, so it's clearly getting the job done.
3.0L opened to 3.2L with a Garretson intercooler

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uh wait a cabon fiber fan housing? You cary those?
Yes, carbon fiber. We used to produce them, but weren't happy with the detail work with the mold the carbon guy made or the finish, so dropped the product. Someone else makes them now, and kudos theirs is nicer.
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