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1970 911 T rebuild

This is a rebuild of a 1970 T oiriginal owner purchased in Madrid, Spain in June 1970, honeymooned in Sept 70 in Spain and then driven in the states and kept in the garage and the resto was started.
Bruce, can you rebuild my T engine with less than 70K miles
Do you think the PMO would be a good investment?
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Hard to imagine that needs a rebuild, being so clean and all...I vote stick with the webers. Please post lots and and lots of pics!
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Hard to imagine that needs a rebuild, being so clean and all...I vote stick with the webers. Please post lots and and lots of pics!
I agree, that is beautiful. If it runs well now I see no need to tear into it.
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[QUOTE=Flat6pac;6060936]This is a rebuild of a 1970 T oiriginal owner purchased in Madrid, Spain in June 1970, honeymooned in Sept 70 in Spain and then driven in the states and kept in the garage and the resto was started.
Bruce, can you rebuild my T engine with less than 70K miles
Do you think the PMO would be a good investment?
Enjoy the vintage...
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OMG!

Love the color ..if anyone needs a rebuild in the future its my 178,000 3 owner.....19701 911T

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1970 911 T rebuild

BTW, do you happen to have a spare oem chromed deck lid grill? I'd like to swap out the 1972 grille that came with mine.don't ask me why it was changed
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Engine was rebuilt simply due to age, oil leaks, and curiosity. By the way, runs super with the PMO carbs. Great sounds. Kept all the old zeniths, webers, and air cleaner.
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