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Unmarked replacement case value

Hi all, looking to get some idea of value on a replacement crankcase from a 71T with 44K miles on it. I believe it's a mag case. Engine is unmarked with serials or model code so this could be used on an e or s, correct? Assume value after being addressed by a quality machine shop.

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Make sure it is not a 914-6 case where the numbers are stamped near the breather hole.
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Can't comment on value, but my 930 case for my project is a brand new, no serial number case. I picked it up on Evil Bay for $1000 a few years back, guy just wanted to get rid of it.

Porsche apparently does sell them separately.....

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With the presence of CNC...lasers...3D printing...etc.
Has anyone ever made a "new" billet case?
Just a thought.
You could make it out of the very best of alloys.
It could have improvements like bigger oil passages...better supported studs and cylinders....maybe a tongue and groove mating flange with an O-ring for sealing.
Cost?...meh
Fun thinking stuff.
Bob
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With the presence of CNC...lasers...3D printing...etc.
Has anyone ever made a "new" billet case?
Just a thought.
You could make it out of the very best of alloys.
It could have improvements like bigger oil passages...better supported studs and cylinders....maybe a tongue and groove mating flange with an O-ring for sealing.
Cost?...meh
Fun thinking stuff.
Bob
Polo Motors has done it with a 4 cylinder for 356 applications.

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