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PORSCHE 356SC Engine

356SC Engine (sort of)
Bought this engine, a 1971 911S engine (available) & a 356C Transaxle (available) from a wrecking yard in the California desert that closed in the 80's. They took both engines and the transaxle out of wrecked Porsches in the 70's. Engine does not turn over so I consider it a core. Comes with everything shown in the pictures. The original case halves were replaced with a 9/61 356B Super case at some point. Retains the 5/64 third piece, Generator stand, Oil filler, SC valve gear and valve covers. No idea if it retains the SC crank. Heads, flywheel and fuel Pump are probably off of the earlier S engine too. 12V generator.
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So....what makes this an "SC" engine other than the 3rd piece? The heads don`t look "SC", and the flywheel looks like a 180......wrong fuel pump.... What crank? Rods?
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A 356 SC main case is stamped 616/16 not 616/2
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A 356 SC main case is stamped 616/16 not 616/2
Did you read the listing? - "The original case halves were replaced with a 9/61 356B Super case at some point. "
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So.....61 Super case, crank, rods, heads??......only thing "SC" is the 3rd piece, correct?
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Read the listing.

If you can't - look at the pictures.

I don't have X-ray glasses so I have no way of knowing what the crank and rods are - Do you?
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real simple......pull the sump plate and you will be able to tell if it`s a counterbalanced crank.....or not......that would help
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He already said the engine doesn't turn over. Didn't you read the listing?
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I know it does`nt turn over.....so what? pull the sump plate and at least identify the crank as counterbalanced ....or not?
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You missed the joke. Engine is sitting on the sump plate and seller says it doesn't turn over.
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New price $2485
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real simple......pull the sump plate and you will be able to tell if it`s a counterbalanced crank.....or not......that would help
I didn't think you could see the crank in this manner, but waited until I had time to pull pan and verify. Remember those pesky cam followers and cam? As shown in pictures - crank is not visible. But the camshaft looks nice But if it doesn't sell soon I plan to tear it down and sell in pieces. Then we will know if someone missed a deal on a fresh counter weighted crank.





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Forgot to mention that while we had it tipped up to pull the pan I noticed that even the bottom of the case was very clean pointing to few miles since last apart, as did clutch with almost no wear.
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Engine is sold.
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