Raced In-Period, Now Rat-Rodded 1970 Porsche 911 – One Take

Download Vikings for FREE and get 200 gold! iOS - Android - WEB for PC - This 1970 Porsche 911T has a story as great as it gets: father buys car in period and races it, son keeps the legend going with a functional restoration featuring a later 3.2L Engine, Upgraded period-style suspension, and just enough body and interior work to make it roadworthy. Vehicle Specs: Chassis: 1970 Porsche 911T, sub 2200lbs weight. 54k miles on chassis. Engine: 3.2L w/ Steve Wong Chip Throttle body work. 220hp @ wheels. 3.2L era oil lines and cooling. Purchased with 35k miles on motor, currently 43k on motor. Exhaust: European Racing headers and Phase 9 mufflers Transmission: Early 915 with mechanical speedo pick up and Porsche short shifter kit Important note: Everything chassis related is 1970. Everything motor related is 3.2L era (84'-89'), including fuel tank (went front 14g to 22.5g). Suspension: Rebel Racing front and rear teflon bushing sets mono balls in trailing arms and semi solid upper strut bushings. Tarrett Engineering front and rear sway bars with custom made rear sway bar mounts. Elephant Racing adjustable spring plates, Sway-away torsion bars. Brakes: 911SC front calipers, stock rear calipers, Porterfield brake pads, stainless steel brake lines. Wheels: Porsche 964; 7.5" front and 9" rear Tires: BFGoodrich Rival S Body Kit: American International Racing IROC RSR Fiberglass kit which includes front hood, FR bumpers, FR fenders (9" flare front 11" flare back), and whale tale. Interior: OMP Racing WRC XL seats, OMP WRC steering wheel, customer made aluminum floorpans, Mastercraft 5pt harnesses, fully gutted interior and painted black, Rennline battery relocation kit to smugglers box.
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