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'76 Carrera MFI Restoration

I acquired a 1976 Euro Carrera (aka RoW Carrera or Carrera MFI) late last year that needs a total restoration. While all the hard to find bits are there, or I've already sourced, the project is certainly the largest I've taken on. Thankfully the guys at German Master Tech really know 911s and are thrilled to have this in their shop. When I bought the car it was completely disassembled, last ran sometime in the 1990s, and was covered in layers of dust from sitting in body shops for over a decade.

I'll start posting updates and photos here but first will include some previous posts I've made elsewhere to consolidate everything in a single thread.

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Restoration of 1976 Carrera 2.7 #9050 Begins

The restoration of chassis 911 660 9050 has begun. This is one of the very rare 1976 Carrera MFI 2.7 models, also known as a Euro Carrera, that carried on from the 1973 Carrera RS in 1974 through 1976. Porsche produced only 113 of these non-production models all within the last month or so of the 1976 model year. Most Porsche enthusiasts don't even know these exist and very few books have a mention. The chassis numbers for the 1976 MFI 2.7 includes a "9" digit in the sequence number indicating these cars were a special non-production model like the RSR. Further the factory original 911/83 RS spec engines also include an "8" digit in the sequence number (aka 6668XXX) to indicate the engines were a special build not used in normal production cars.



Chassis 911 660 9050 was originally delivered via the factory connected and longtime Porsche dealer Glöckler in Frankfurt, Germany. This Carrera originally had black leatherette with red tartan dress inlays, a stunning combination with the silver exterior. It has been sitting for well over a decade in an unrestored state, but is rust free except for the battery box and lower window sills which is where almost every old 911 has rust. The 1976 Carreras were fully galvanized which surely helped in preservation, though this car has had primer roughly applied in the past along with a fair bit of overspray from sitting in body shops. Otherwise the car is very original, appearing to have never suffering accident damage, and almost all the original bits and pieces are there necessary for ensuring this is correctly restored. However I do need to source an original 1976 black dash in good to very good condition as the current one is heavily cracked as well as original speaker covers for the door panels. If you know of any please contact info@carreramfi.com.

At this point the interior is stripped completely and has been delivered into the good hands of Tony Garcia at Autobahn Interiors in San Diego. We'll catch up with Tony on future posts to share the progress, but after visiting his shop I am extremely excited to be working with him on this project. Fortunately Tony has just enough NOS OEM red tartan material to finish the seat inlays. I'm thankful the car didn't have the full tartan plaid interior (option M392) as it would have been difficult to source more OEM material.

The original black needle punch carpets were all in good enough shape to be reused except for a few rips in the vinyl edging. This means we will be able to clean up the carpet and Tony will perform some minor reconditioning including resewing a raw edge vinyl exactly as the factory did in 1976.

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1976 MFI 2.7 #9050 Moves to Oregon

The body, parts, and everything but the interior for chassis 911 660 9050 was picked up last weekend by Concours Transport and has now arrived in the shop of a serious Porsche fanatic: Tim Morris of German Master Tech in Bend, Oregon. Tim has mostly focused on restoring and hot rodding early long hood 911s like the '67 911S project that Bruce Canepa recently sold. However, Tim is also no stranger to later 911s and has worked on several Euro Carreras already.



Over the years Tim has restored a number of cars that have won a variety of awards, including:
  • Best of Class, Porsche - Forest Grove Concourse D'Elegance (Forest Grove, OR)
  • Best of Class, Short Wheel Base 911 - Concourse on the Aves (Carmel, CA)
  • Best of Class, Early Post-war Microcar - Legends of the Autobahn (Carmel Valley, CA)
  • Best of Class, BMW - Legends of the Autobahn (Carmel Valley, CA)

While many of Tim's restorations have instructions from the owners to improve their cars with all the trick period items, he is also willing to take the time necessary for ensuring a car is restored exactly as it left the factory decades before. This takes patience and dedication to do all the necessary research, finding the right finishes for each part, sourcing rare or NLA parts, and often dealing with limited information.

This philosophy aligns well with the goals for '76 MFI 2.7 #9050 where we are shooting for absolute authenticity over improving what Porsche built. Our one exception will likely be upgrading the Carrera chain tensioner to ensure the integrity of the engine is maintained as the car will eventually be driven on long distance rallies and tours, after participating in a few concours.

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Red Tartan Interior Completed

The guys at Autobahn Interiors have just completed the interior well ahead of schedule. It seems like just yesterday I was sitting in Tony's office going over all the details, but now realize over a month has passed since dropping everything off. I hadn't planned on seeing the interior for at least another month so this is officially the first part of the restoration completed.



As the pictures show the red tartan inlays turned out fantastic. Tony did a great job at ensuring all the various details on the panels and carpet matched exactly the way they originally left the factory. I look forward to seeing everything installed once the car is ready to be reassembled. In the meantime all the recovered original parts will be shipped to Oregon and carefully stored awaiting their reunion with #9050. I will take a few detailed photos of the interior bits once they arrive in Oregon.

Meanwhile Tim and the guys at German Master Tech are wasting no time starting in on the '76 Carrera MFI 2.7 project. Since the Carrera arrived earlier this week they've been busy stripping the car, sorting and inventorying all the parts, and figuring out what is missing.



In other news I've also managed to source an original black 1976 dash without the A/C vents or speaker grills in excellent condition. The dash from #9050 had several large cracks and was in need of a complete restoration. Unfortunately nobody currently restores these dashes exactly as they left the factory, for instance there is usually visible seams where the ridge crosses the entire dash. Thus finding an original dash was the only option for this project. Tony still has the cracked dash and I may get it recovered as a spare or for another project.

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Deconstructing a Carrera

Tim and Jonathan at German Master Tech have continued removing everything off the 1976 Carrera 2.7. Everything, including the wiring harness, has been removed and the shell is ready to start the next phase of metal work.



The chassis and body panels have been delivered to Jon, an experience pick and file metalworker. Jon will carefully strip all the paint prior to replacing metal in the few areas where we found rust. Additionally he will fix minor impact damage to the front driver side which wasn't properly repaired sometime in the car's past. Tim sourced replacement metal sections from Porsche as well as a section cut from a donor car to be welded into place.

Back at German Master Tech each part has been carefully cleaned and sorted in preparation to be sent out for zinc, cad, or chrome plating depending on how it originally left the factory. The window trim is being reconditioned and polished in preparation to be sent out to be re-anodized with the exact factory finish.



The 1976 Carrera 2.7 used cast iron A-type front calipers, replacing the S calipers used in previous years. The front and rear calipers are heading to PMB Performance for complete restoration and rebuild. The 15" Fuchs wheels will also soon be heading to Harvey Weidman to perform his restoration magic.

One significant benefit of restoring this specific Carrera is that it is largely original with very minimal changes since new. Given these 1976 Carrera MFI 2.7 are extremely rare and few other examples exist to compare against, particularly in original condition. The few things that were changed during its lifetime include changes for DOT import and California emissions such as two extra engine bay stickers, headlights and rings to US DOT spec, cast iron door bars, and a few other items such as seat covers, radio, PMO carbs, KYB rear shocks, and two of the wheels being later date coded Fuchs. Otherwise the car is entirely original which helps ensure the original parts are reconditioned properly and, if absolutely necessary, any parts replaced match exactly how it left the factory.

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Save the Galvanized Coating!

In 1976 Porsche switched from doing a partial galvanization to a new process of dipping the entire body of each 911. This galvanization process protected against the rust that earlier 911s, and other period cars, were well known for. Fortunately when #9050 was previously painted the paint shop didn't take the paint down to bare metal which ensured that the original galvanized coating remained on the car when we stripped off the paint.



Jon has been working on the time consuming process of careful chemical removal of the paint which ensures the original galvanized coating isn't damaged by more common and abrasive blasting measures. Using aircraft stripper and plastic putty knives the original paint has slowly been taken off, leaving the galvanized metal exposed except for minor areas where previous repairs were done and bondo was lazily applied. As you can see in the door panel photo above the galvanized coating was perfectly salvaged. You can even see the original sanding marks from the factory near the door edges as the Porsche factory works fitted all the panels to the body. This factory sanding process removed some thing layers of the galvanized coating before the body was originally painted, but the majority of the body itself would still have the galvanization.

Similar to saving the original galvanized coating we are also trying to save factory undercoating and textures. Each area, such as the fender wells and engine bay, are carefully inspected for signs of rust and if none is found we are carefully cleaning up and preparing for those areas for paint while leaving the original texture in place. Areas which appear to have any chance of rust are taken down to bare metal, repaired, and the texture will be reproduced as close as possible to what left the factory prior to painting the car.

Despite the few areas of rust and minor impact damaged I've been thrilled at the condition of this tub since I first laid eyes on the car ... which was prior to the car even being available for sale.

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Repairing Decades Old Collision Repairs

Now that the paint has been fully stripped Jon is focusing on repairing minor accident damage that wasn't properly repaired decades ago. First up is the front left corner where there was a small impact at some point. As you can see the metal has been crumpled and the impact absorber mounts aren't aligned correctly. Fortunately Porsche still supplies the bumper impact absorber mounts so we will just replace the damaged one with the OEM part.



To repair the front corner Jon built a custom frame insert with a hydraulic ram adjustable to the appropriate angles to enable carefully pushing out the bodywork from the interior. Once pushed out he will perform any necessary metal work as well as installing the replacement mounts.



In addition when stripping all the paint we discovered the front side of the passenger side fender area had previous damage that was repaired. We also discovered that the rear left corner also had been marginally repaired previously. This went entirely unnoticed when we inspected this car prior to purchase in San Diego. Even now that we know where the damage was and look back at the pictures we took prior to buying the car it is impossible to spot this underneath all the previous primer. This along with the window frame corners will require metalwork to fix correctly.

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Looking forward to seeing the completed car. It's going to be one sweet ride!
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Master Metalwork

Now we get a chance to see the skills of a master metalworker who uses pick & file and leadwork to repair both the window rust as well as the previously mentioned damage around the rear fender flares. Jon certainly has his work cut out for him.



First up we'll look at the rust repair of one of the window corners. All damaged metal has to be cut out, both the metal visible on the top as well as any metal damaged inside the body itself. The window corners are tricky as there are many contours both inside and outside of the body and everything needs to be perfect for the window to fit back into the channel.

Once the rusted area has been cut out the next step is to fabricate small patch panels to weld in. In this case we needed to initially weld two panels underneath that face the engine compartment. Any small irregularities in the metal are filled in with lead and then both the weld beads and lead are filed out to create a smooth finish.

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Plaid inserts look so cool. This car is going to look stunningl
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RS- this looks like an example of restorative perfection.

Yes, that's a significant car and from what I can see you are doing it 'right'. Not sure why you would get the interior done first (though with Autobahn it is obviously superb and utterly correct), but I can't fault the body guys.

Saving the galv is one of the things so fundamental to later 911's: I can't understand why so many restorers just hit that body work with the 80 grit linisher to remover the paint. Flame away guys. Also, leaded joints imo are the most period appropriate (and the best). Just be careful and work with your health in mind.
Great stuff,


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Matt,

Agreed! Normally the interior would be one of the last things I would schedule, however it was just more convenient at the time to send everything over to Tony @ Autobahn to store and start on when he had time to work on them. This combined with an almost three month delay before starting on the rest of the car meant the interior finished way earlier than anticipated. Regardless everything turned out fabulous and is carefully stored awaiting the paintwork to be finished.
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How were these parts finished? Blasting, hot tanked, painted, etc?
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Refinishing Fuchs

The four 15" Fuchs have been sent to Harvey Weidman at Weidman's Wheels for a desperately needed complete refinishing. The classic anodized finish on the petals really complements the chrome trim option originally ordered on 911 660 9050.

We've yet to determine what type of correct profile tires to install on the 7 and 8 15" wheels. The original sizes were 185/70 VR 15 fronts with 215/60 VR 15 rears. I'd like a set of new rubber along with some period original tires for concours. If anyone knows a source an original set of Dunlop Super Sport Formula 60, Dunlop SP57, or Pirelli CN36 please contact me.



The 7" and 8" Fuchs on the car had seen better days and are desperately in need of Weidman's Wheels for refinishing.



Significant cruft had built up on these wheels from prior use before sitting in a body shop for over a decade.

See more details on the restoration of 1976 Carrera MFI 2.7 #9116609050.
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Steering Wheel Reborn

We just received the original 380mm 3-spoke Carrera steering wheel back from Autobahn Interiors. Once again Tony's guys have worked their magic and granted the original wheel a new life after being recovered and reconditioned.



While many Porsche fanatics love the thicker "double wrapped" wheel for a more substantial grip that supposedly enhances drivability, we are shooting for absolutely originality with this rare Carrera. The instructions to Tony were to recover the wheel in leather exactly how it would have left the Porsche factory in 1976.

It sure has come a long way since the day I first saw the Carrera.



The double wrapped wheel looked extremely rough when we first found the Carrera in the body shop. It had been sitting for well over a decade.



The original wheel after removing the poorly stitched aftermarket leather cover installed by a prior owner.



Details of the original stitching and leather worn smooth from years of use.



Close up of the stitching after being recovered in new leather.



The finished product once the original wheel was completely reassembled.
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Looks brilliant. I wonder if that aftermarket cover was a common thing. Looks exactly like the nasty cover I recently cut off my original wheel.
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Oh man - how did I miss this before now???

Wow - MFI even four years later than mine! Who new???
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The 1976 Carrera MFI 2.7 was the last of the MFI cars built by Porsche, except for the twenty 911 SCRS (954) group B rally cars built in 1984.
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Outstanding thread! I'm happy to see that you're taking your time to return such a special car back to original.
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This is great. I'm going to watch and learn. Now I know where to get my steering wheel recovered!
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