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Please show me your Porsche 911 ST.

Hello Gents.

I am on the long haul with my Porsche 911 ST projekt 1971..

Just getting startede with fitting on the rear bumber, after stripping all paint.

Man... It's big job.

Will post some pic. soon.

I'm looking for some good pictures of your Porsche 911 ST, and especially the rear end to see All the details.

Please, please, post some pictures. thx. Tommy
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This is my 71. Good luck with your project.

Robs 911ST Cafe' Racer





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Not mine but gives a good idea: Anatomy of a Porsche 911ST - YouTube
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Hello Gents.

Thx. for the reply.

Rob: Your p-car is just beautiful, very nice.

H-viken: thanks for the link.

I've put a few pictures of my project.

I'm on my way but have long way to go





Please post more pic. of the ST
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Here is a "sister" car to Rob's orange ST . Here is the link to the build thread The Journey Begins- 911ST recreation





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and another "sister" based on a 1972 S


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My 1972E-ST all metal ST body from 1972




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Hi mate can u tell me what running gear u have there and what period shell the car is based on tks
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Hi mate can u tell me what running gear u have there and what period shell the car is based on tks
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Here is a "sister" car to Rob's orange ST . Here is the link to the build thread The Journey Begins- 911ST recreation


Can you tell me about this exhaust setup, and if possible post a picture of how they mate up at the muffler? Do you make(sell?) the piece that adapts the 993 HEs to the muffler? and what muffler did you use?

Id like to eventually install 993 HEs, Ive never seen them enter the muffler at the center. It seems like the best way to do it without getting crazy with the exhaust bends or limiting yourself to a short muffler.

Amazing build.
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This is how I did it with a Monte muffler that was special ordered with no inlets. I had the flange laser cut to fit the heat exchanger flange and custom fit the stainless tubing.






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That looks great, thanks for the pictures.
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Can you tell me
about this exhaust setup, and
if possible post a picture of
how they mate up at the
muffler? Do you make(sell?)
the piece that adapts the 993HEs to the muffler? and
what muffler did you use?


Id like to eventually
install 993 HEs, Ive never
seen them enter the muffler
at the center. It seems like
the best way to do it without
getting crazy with the exhaust
bends or limiting yourself to a
short muffler.


Amazing class="highlight">build >.
Hi can u tell me if robs car is originally a 70's shell or is it based on a 3.2 body shell??!
I'm getting a feel for what I need to use as a donor car and if in real world terms it makes any difference tks
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"Hi mate can u tell me what running gear u have there and what period shell the car is based on tks"

My car is based on a 1971T, engine is a 3.2 backdated with 46mm PMOs.

glad you like it, good luck with your project.

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There's a link right at the top of his post that sums up his build: Robs 911ST Cafe' Racer
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are there any new ST"S out there that folks can post up pics with some descriptions of how they set up their car...??

Thx, Bob
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Mine started out as a '72 T... but now is completely gutted out and spec'd more for track-duty.
Adapting the FRP "S/T" flares was an interesting challenge...and retrofitting the front and rear bumpers was even more... but rewarding in the end.
Decided on Porsche's "BLUT-ORANGE"... and I'm very pleased with how it all turned out...
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nice car docdan...can you please post more pics & some basics on how the car is set up = engine specs, wheel/tire sizes, ect...
I have always been attracted to the orange & green colored 911's...... :-)

Thx for sharing...Bob
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nice car docdan
More than nice! Outstanding & a fabulous colour!
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Thanks for the compliments guys...
I'd be more than happy to share the details of this build...coz I documented each and every stage that we went through.
I guess you can blame it on my professional orientation... I document ALL of my clinical cases... from beginning to end.

I'll start with some random areas...and if you want to focus on a specific area of interest, just give me a nudge...

FENDER FLARES: Aftermarket "S/T" FRP flares; Bonded with Sikaflex adhesive and riveted.
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