1967 Porsche 911 Sunroof Speed Demon


Flat is where it’s at, baby. Not too long ago, a longhood 911 could be had for cheap, and a SWB for cheep cheep. Well those days are over.  The cost to find, restore, customize, and fine tune requires four full time jobs and a sugar mama! However, our friends over at Tosh Classics have this sweet little number advertised on the Samba. Looking to get around $70K, this is a well-priced vehicle that provides a lot of bang for reasonable buck! Typical resto-rods are well into the $125K and up range. This will not only be a blast to drive, but will put your money at work far better than Uncle Pennybags could.

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Year: 1967
Make: Porsche
Model: 911
Engine: 2.7
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: unknown
Price: Contact Seller

1967 genuine ‘Sunroof’ 911 in the final stages of it’s almost 2yr build. Less than 200 sunroofs produced in 67.

CAR IS Avail Mid June

This is a usable, race-able ‘Hotrod 911’, a streetable car that looks and goes the part! This car has the right attitude and goes like stink. The idea was to build a car that was narrow SWB with throw back late 60’s Porsche race car style, but with full body trim.

The interior shots are coming once completed, it is German square weave, lightweight early door panels – leather pulls etc, correct rubber lightweight mats. New headliner and rubbers throughout.

New ‘quality’ rebuilt 2.7motor on a 2.4 5R 73T case, running NOS Triple 40IDA Webers, headers and sports muffler/exhaust. Rebuilt 5speed 901 box from a 1970’S’, Bilstein suspension, Cibie driving lights, M471 drivers seat stock passenger, Momo Prototipo and AR Torque Thrusts(all a must for the desired look). Rebuilt calipers are aluminium S items. Front and Rear Sway Bars and uprated Torsion bars.
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The car is absolutely solid and has zero rust.

The bare shell was rotisserie’d and the original factory spot welds of the floor were drilled – the floors were then replaced from the rear bucket seats to the front nose section with a NOS factory 1 PIECE complete floor/front pan unit. ‘see pic’. The floors were then coated liberally as per factory with Wurth Schutz treatment. Please note – These floors have been described as PERFECTLY INSTALLED totally as per factory. The tell tale was zero dents or damage.

The bare shell was stripped of all paint and wiped down with osphoric acid.

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The car is far from stock and is a colour change car…originally Polo Red and now Golden Green… the car was built for me. It has the best gearbox for a lightweight car, the first and best 901 iteration of the marque and apart from twin plug the most streetable engine. If you like stock and matching numbers look elsewhere…

The car is now full of new parts, but it’s a user, the paint is NEW and deep and well applied. The paint is show quality.

The green and black ‘S’ clocks/dials are to be sent for detailing, and door frames for polishing. The car will have full chrome bumperettes/overriders and not the ones in the images, plus full stock bumper and rocker trim with the rubber inserts. NEW Euro lenses front and rear.

This car will be very cool when finished, it is being completed and detailed and finished by John Benton, the best. I know his work and he completed my 1965 Light Ivory 912 hotrod I did 2 yrs ago.www.toshclassic.com/department/white_classic_porsche/ It is in my opinion near perfect and is for sale.

Like the white car this green car is special, set up for fast road and will drive anywhere reliably and swiftly.

The car is still away for final detailing and headlining this week, and will be complete soon.

For further info, check out the ad on the SAMBA.

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