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1973 911T Hotrod For Sale/Trade

Feeling this out as I'm looking to possibly change things up. I do not need to sell this car, but given the right number or trade I would let her go.

Located in Los Angeles

The car is a 1973 911T, delivered originally in Silver (still current color), with a black interior. Currently, it is running a 3.1L motor out of a european '79 SC - a very rare (100 or so ever made) and FUN motor...revvy and fast.

She's not a cosmetically perfect concours car, rather a FUN driver and canyon car. Capable and reliable daily driver too. When I first bought the car, I drove it from Reno - Monterey, then Monterey - Los Angeles without a hiccup in summer heat and high elevation.



Here are the technical details of the car:

Body Features:
- Original Fuel tank replaced with 21 Gallon SC tank with space saver spare
- Carrera fender oil cooler with thermostatically controlled fan
- Clock replaced with dual CIS WUR pressure/voltmeter gauge
- Matching mirror added to passenger door

Interior Features:
- New "RS" door panels with door release straps
- New headliner
- New "RS" carpets
- Recovered dash by Tony Garcia
- New parcel shelf cover
- Corduroy and leather seat from GT Classics
- Updated gauges
- Modern retro look AM/FM

Suspension Features:
- Full aluminum Carrera suspension and brakes
- Raised spindle Bilstein coil-over front struts
- Top front strut mounts replaced with spherical ball mounts from TRG
- Aluminum (SC) rear trailing arms - (adjustable height/camber)
- Rear Bilstein HD shocks
- Elephant Racing bump steer tie rod drop links with Turbo tie rod ends
- Aluminum front cross member (for structural rigidity)
- Adjustable ant-roll bar links front and rear
- Torsion Bar tube stiffening brace brackets (welded in)
- A arm and torsion bar bushings replaced

Mechanical Features:
- The engine is a 3.1 Liter Euro special factory option, of which only 100 are believed to have been built.
- It was available only in ROW 1978-1980 SC models. The type number stamped on this engine - 930/03 *3.1*
- It is rebuilt with Mahle Turbo cylinders with custom Mahle 9.8:1 pistons
- The only deviation from the original configuration is the addition of 964 cams instead of the SC cams (much better power and torque)
- Original '73 oil tank replaced with an SC oil tank
- 915 5 speed aluminum transmission

Wheels and Tires:
- 7X15 and 8X15 original factory Fuchs wheels with new Goodyear Z rated tires


I would be willing to sell around $69,000, or trade for something of equal/lesser value + Cash. Including: 993 C2S, 964 C2, other longhoods, G-Body hotrods etc. etc... I'm open minded, shoot me a PM or email with your offer e l . k o g a n @ g m a i l . c o m

Thanks...

Eli

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Note...also open to trades for 356, low mile cars of all types... not picky.
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Gotten a couple cool offers, nothing solidified yet. Would love some sort of 356 or 993 C2S.

Keep em comin!

Thanks,

E
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Back in town after vacation. Bump. Leaning towards some sort of a 356 Trade, but open to everything else still!

Let me know.
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Bump, I will consider a SUPER clean, low mile G-Body for trade. Saw some g-body inspiration recently and has me itching for one...

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Anyone have an exciting mechanically sorted G-body hotrod? Cosmetics not as important, can be rough around the edges. As long as she's strong mechanically and ready to rip.

Thanks,

el.kogan14@gmail.com
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