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Engine. M28 / 10 - rebuild. for sale

Engine. M28 / 10 - rebuild. has gone about 1000km

New bearings, piston rings, heads are restored as well runs great


Just install and drive,

The engine is in Europe price 7000:- USD and pay&pal fee and shipping

shipping to the USA 500-1000 USD by a container to New-Jersy can check by UPS

was shipping a 911 engine to Texas 2 years back and it was like 1300.- USD and it was 1 week shipping time.



maybe better and cheaper to make bank wire.

We can pot the engine in the engine stand a test run for additional cost about 500-1000:- USD and make a video.

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Hi Gents,

The rebuild cost was like 10,000 USD include all new parts, just FYI guys ok market is not to bug for the engines, somebody will get a great engine! was planned for a bit of hotrod 928 ! this is way we used a bit fun colures!
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Probably listed in the wrong forum page.
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Micke, I think that you are in the wrong forum - unless you are trying to sell this to someone who can't fit it into their car without major modifications. Like widening their car to fit the engine
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O yes thanks guys, but should be cool in a 924!

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P.s I have 924 Turbo ROW 1979 very cool car
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Won't fit in the 924/944 body without MAJOR modifications.
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was more a joke! but thanks for hands up regarding the part of the forum!

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FYI,
any 928 engine will fit just fine in a stock 944 engine bay. at least, between the shock towers.
all the people saying that over the years were just speculating, until you actually measure and plonk one into place and it fits easy.

the real problem with a 928 engine is overall height - the oil pan is low and the intake manifold is HUGE (tall).


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Micke, I think that you are in the wrong forum - unless you are trying to sell this to someone who can't fit it into their car without major modifications. Like widening their car to fit the engine
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Gents,

Yes I was posting in the wrong part of the forum, was suppose to be under 928 parts

and I pot the engine there and some other 928 parts, so guys I am happy that you

pointed out this, it is a nice engine and hopes some 928 guys will buy and get use

for it, we spent some money and all of us know how it is when you start to rebuild

higher cost and time then when you start the projects, but that is the charm with old cars and I love this

forum and Pelican are great.

I am more a 911 guy, but love all the old cars and special Porsche.

So ones more Thanks for pointing out that I posted on the wrong section.
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