Super clean SWB Hotrod, chassis number 4580XX, its a very early production.
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This car was a bare metal restoration, repainted in its factory Golf Blue Glausurit by respected 356 Speedster craftsman Roy Sasaki.
Everything in this car has been gone through, and I have more than the asking price in it.
Later LWB 911 suspension (rebuilt with new bushings), later 911 brakes, factory 5 speed 901 speed gearbox rebuilt and shifts perfectly, new clutch.
Body restored with all new rubber seals, NOS turn signal lenses ($$$$$), Original hood badge, all the good/correct stuff - zero cut corners.
Fresh Chris Coddington billet aluminum wheels in custom backspacing 15x6/7” with new Avon CR6ZZ tires, at a cost of over $6,000.
This is a SWB Hotrod you can get in a drive right now in a super rare color, in immaculate condition.
The interior is cherry, either all redone or mint original pieces: very nice headliner, perfect dash, plus we’ve added the factory style wood trim which was $900 from Germany.
Gauges are all redone and beautiful, kept the lightweight 3 gauge like a 911R set up, with the two block off plates and added a triple-gauge from palo alto speedo which was $1,100 or so.
Sourced a real 911R horn switch and installed in dash. As with the inspiration of a 911R this car is super light and agile.
The seats in it now are one perfect original passenger and a Speedster seat redone in factory corduroy/leather for the drivers - I have it this way because my girlfriend likes the comfy pass seat. I have both sets of seats so the car could be sold with either the speedster seats or the factory orignal redone seats.
Engine set up is the very stout 2.7 with open Weber's. Sounds great, top end has been rebuilt at one point. You can see the Amber engine shroud and tin which was $1,500 or so but looks so great and is super light. Also notice the RSR style oil neck which is another $400. Little touches all over this one.
For sale or trade for something newer like 996 GT3 or something I can track/race - have too many air cooled 911's