A friend from Northern Kentucky who loves Porsche’s said this should be his Birthday gift since he was born in 1976 and he’s looking for a Porsche, that would be a great Birthday Gift 🙂
This 1976 Porsche 911 has covered just 500 miles since completion of a build that was designed to deliver modern power with period aesthetics. Starting with a rust-free body, the seller added Getty Design fiberglass front/rear bumpers, front fenders, hood, and ducktail, as well as steel 930 rear quarter panels. The updated shell was then treated to a bare metal repaint in white with black graphics. The 964-sourced 3.6 liter flat-six is paired with an LSD-equipped 915 5-speed transmission rebuilt by Tru6 of Watertown, Massachusetts. Suspension modifications include Bilstein shocks, Sway-A-Way rear spring plates, and Tarett Engineering sway bars and drop links. The wheels were refurbished by Marc Zurlinden and 930 brakes are fitted all around. The interior features GTS Classics seats, a roll bar, reproduction race harnesses, WEVO shifter, new headliner, and RSR carpets. This modified 911 is reportedly running well with no current issues. It is sold with service and build records, as well as a clean New York title in the seller’s name.