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1968 Porsche 911S


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This 911S race car was constructed in 2007. It has raced at Phoenix International, California Speedway, Daytona (2007 Rennsport), Road America, Las Vegas, and Miller Motorsports Park. Most recently the car was raced a the Palm Beach Invitational, and at Sebring in 2011.




This 911S racing car was constructed by nationally-known Porsche fabricator
John James Racing, Inc. of Phoenix AZ. It has been maintained by Foreign Affairs in
Florida. The car was built to meet or exceed all SCCA, VARA, HSR and SVRA eligibility criteria.

The 911S has a John James Racing 2.0 liter, 225 h.p. engine producing 180 ft./lbs. of torque. It has J&E pistons, 911S heads, and a factory crank and rods. The cams are Web Race. Ignition is twin plug MSD. The clutch is a KEP organic, with an aluminum pressure plate. The engine has five hours on it since its last rebuild, and the rest of the car was completely refreshed in August, 2011.

The body is factory steel with fiberglass hood, fenders, and bumpers. It is in excellent condition. Suspension is 1974-1977 911S, with factory 911S calipers. the shocks are Koni adjustable. Wheels are 7" factory S alloys with Hoosier R6 radials. The car has a 15 gallon ARP fuel cell, and Holley Red fuel pump, along with an SPA fire system and five point harness.

The cost of construction and sorting well exceeds $85K. The car is strong, reliable, and in excellent condition.

Chassis Number: 11830397
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