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1970 Porsche 911 RS Carrera Clone

$80,000 USD

This is the perfect Hotrod for the enthusiast.

Built on a rust free California car.

Low chassis #00186

Factory Color signal green #217

High quality paint job, looks prefect.

No rust or accidents. 

Clean undercarriage.

All steel flares.

Perfect trunk area, with 2 new correct batteries, new gas tank and accessories.

Attention to details throughout the build.

Chrome trim front and rear euro turn signals are a nice touch that matched with the rest of the chrome trim.

Amber H4 headlights with chrome trim make this car really pop.

Professionally recreated and installed Carrera rs decal kit. 

Mechanicals :

Euro spec 3.0 that has been rebuilt 15k miles ago and just received a full service.

No leaks or smoke.

Turbo valve covers

Rebuilt Weber 40’s sing as soon as you put the pedal to the metal.

Custom engine wiring loom

Oil catch can

New sound pad

Powder coated fan blade

Powder coated engine sheet metal

Stainless steel SSI heat exchangers with new Dansk 2 in 2 our muffler.

New fuel lines and filters.

Front mount large rsr style  oil cooler from Elephant racing.Cloth braided oil lines.

The engine has lots of power, good compression and 4% leak down throughout all 6 cylinders. My favorite part is that the matching number 901 transmission was retained in this build. A dogleg shifter is essential in a rs clone build.The transmission was rebuilt and 2,3 and 4th short gears were installed. Paired with the 3.0 engine this car is literally a rocket when you take off. New clutch, throw out bearing, new flywheel and pressure plate was installed.

Rebuilt brake system and upgraded.Aluminum S brake calipers and vented front rotors. New brake lines throughout.Re-valved to rs spec Bilstein shocks front and rear.Elephant racing torsion bars 22 front and 29 in the rear.Front through body sway bar.Old steel trailing arms were replaced with aluminum SC trailing arms. Rebuilt rear sc brake calipers with drilled rear rotors.Custom adapted rear sway bar to clear the 901 transmission mount. New elephant racing reinforced rear sway bar mounts.Relocated fuel pump in the smugglers box.

16×7/8 with new Falken Ziex tires 205’s in the front and 225’s in the rear. Very nice grip and road comfort.

The interior is absolutely spectacular.GTS custom seats with correct German tartan material and gloss finish back.

New Corbeau seat belts.

Beautiful RS carpet kit

Rennline aluminum pedal board

Alcantara dash, headliner and door top sills.

Super nice contrast.

Rare Alpina period correct steering wheel that has been professionally recovered in leather. 

Cool stainless brushed Momo horn button that sits flush with the steering wheel.

Rs door cards with leather door pulls.

New Fire extinguisher installed in the rear section. 
Clean title, registered. Ready to go.

Paint has small paint chips on the lower part of the bumper and a small paint crack on left rear panel.

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1972 Ford Mustang Convertible Q-Code Hipo

Triple Black 1972 Ford Mustang Convertible in Great Condition.

Produced in Dearborn, Michigan this mustang was shipped out to its first owner in Los Angeles, California where it has remained all of its life. Still bearing the 6 digit blue and yellow California license plates which were recently restored.

Exterior jet black paint in great shape. Laser straight body panels, great gaps, fitment.

All exterior trim in good to great shape. Chrome bumpers, window trim straight, shiny without any pitting.

Recent R + R of front window guides, bushing replacement. Easy up / down rolling.

Starts up with a kick or two of gas, runs smoothly with the perfect V8 rumble coming from the H style twin exhaust pipes.

Suspension tight, precise.

This is a Q code which means the left the factory with a Cleveland 351 V8 with a 4 barrel carburetor. Its equipped with air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, front disc brakes, power convertible top.

These big bodied Mustangs are harder to find in nice shape, and are more expensive to fix properly, too. They are coming to their own, and with the right tasteful mods they look great.

This one has been in a dry climate, thus is rust free and has no weld work underneath.

There is approximately 8k. worth of recent work which is outlined below :
– Recent Upholstery work
– Recent Tune Up
– Recent Fluid flush, top off
– New Rotors, Pads
– Rebuilt Transmission
– Recent suspension replacement (New Shocks, bushing kit, upper and lower control arms, alignment, etc)
– Complete detail including color sand
– Some misc. rubber seals throughout the car
– Spark Plugs
– Spark Plug Wires
– New Freeze Plugs
– New Pertronix ignition Coil
– New Steering Column
– New Turn Signal
– New Carlite Windshield, Window Seal
– New Dash Pad
– New Gauge Lenses
– New Door Carpets
– New Door Panel Handles
– New Carpet
– New Rubber Floor Matts
– New Carburetor (Holley 650) but includes the original Motorcraft rebuilt inside trunk
– New Trunk Matt
– New Battery with period cover plate

Clean California title.

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1970 Chevrolet Nova

€ 24,500

Arriving in Europe 1/23/2020

For sale is a nice 2 owner, highly documented 1970 Chevrolet Nova
Mechanical : Starts up easily when cold or hot. Engine idles, runs very smooth. The original 307 200 Horsepower V8 has been upgraded from a 2 to 4 barrel carburetor (which was recently rebuilt) for a little bit more pepp. Steering box is tight, precise. The suspension has a lot of new parts which make it very nice to drive. It moves down the road straight, brakes straight. Since acquiring the vehicle in 1990 the 2nd owner performed a ton of work on the car for which he kept every single receipt in the folder. He spent a little over $20,000 in maintenance. According to the receipts the previous owner was very meticulous. Multiple sets of tires, constant alignments, brake adjustments, cable / hose replacements, lubrication, r&r of parts as needed. There is a little over $20,000 just in receipts in maintenance. I’ve outlined a good portion of them in the photo album with dates, mileage. Although there is a receipt for each individual shop visit with more specifics on misc. pieces repaired or replaced.

Exterior / Body : The car was repainted in the original color back in 1994. The paint job has a nice finish, but it is not perfect. A 7.5/10. There are a few chips here, there. Panel fitment is decent. Doors open, shut with the right amount of thump. The hood and trunk click in, and lock nice. All the glass is in very good condition. Antenna for the radio is inside the windshield. Chrome is shiny, straight.

Interior : Clean, tidy interior with lots of new pieces. Recent carpet, headliner, dash, door panel, sun visor, arm rest, kick panels, matt replacement. Windows move up and down easily.

History : Purchased in San Diego, California it remained in southern California all of its life. Still has the original California blue and yellow license plates.Original sales contract is still in the file. It shows that the original owner had purchased this vehicle for the amount of $2950. He traded in a 1968 Chevrolet Nova for this car. I thought that was pretty neat.In 1990 the vehicle was sold to the 2nd owner at which point he began to document, file maintenance receipts inside a folder. Inside the folder he saved every single registration slip, 2 separate vehicle manuals, a shop manual as well as a very specific tuning diagrams, passenger car specification booklets, few misc. parts catalogues.

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