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Porsche Crest F/S 1975 911S Engine SOLD

SOLD This engine was running before it was removed from the car. It sounded good on all 6 cylinders. I had this engine listed previously and everyone wanted compression and leak down numbers. I was also a little scroungy looking.
I have disassembled the sheet metal and accessories, cleaned and painted the motor. It's been serviced, valves adjusted, new spark plugs, points and air filter. This engine is complete from air cleaner to muffler including the clutch and the fly wheel.
Serial number is 6450358, model 911/43 (911 S/C).
It's now in the engine test stand. I have run it to operating temp and compression test is 150-160 on all cylinder.
I see no smoke and no oil leaks. I also have everything you need to install in your car-complete fuel system and complete ignition system.
The price is now $6000, with all the additional work that I have done, OBO. You can either hear it running live or I can send you a video for those that are farther away.
Call, email or PM John, 704-351-3304, john@blackforestracing.com









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Compression test done, 150-160 on all 6 cylinders.
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