February 12, 2012

1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS Lightweight Clone.

Apparently we're looking at a nut-and-bolt restoration with a $40,000 paint job, but more important is what we can't see. A 300-hp 3.6-L flat six, transmission and lightweight flywheel from a late '90s 993.

7 comments:

joey said...

The owner of the Lexus is a new driver just to let everyone know.

Chevy HHR cold air intake said...

$40 000 for a paint job? Really shocking! Nonetheless it's cool.

Justin said...

I'll take the 300L.
Also, spammer.

Gardner said...

Holy Fuch.

joey said...

Seriously what is up with the bumper sticker on the Lexus?

$EX¥ HAMMER! said...

without the oil filler cap in the hood and the wide RS flares, i find myself unable to appreciate 911RS clones.

Centerlock Wheels said...

I bought a used Porsche Boxster approximately 1 year ago. The car was a mess but I bought it as a "fixer upper". I'm very attention to detail oriented and not all that familiar with Boxsters, so I initially took it to Fletcher Jones Porsche of Fremont (Mistake #1) to find out what was wrong.