1975 911S OUTLAW!!
1975 16 Epsilon Southern Ways wheels
Rennline spring plates
Elephant Racing camber plates & bump-stop kit.
MOMO steering wheel
Rennline pedal set
track mats, and floor boards.
New Tires Yokohama Advan A052
Reindexing the torsion bars
New oil-cooler supply line, oil temperature sender, cold-start injector, and throttle bushings.
Approx 9k miles on a Top-end engine rebuild in 2012
Addition of 964 C2 cams.
The car also features flared fenders, Koni shocks, stainless-steel headers, a dual-outlet muffler, and 944 Turbo-spec brake components.This 911 was repainted under previous ownership, back to its original Light Yellow (117), and the side skirts were removed and their mounting holes filled at that time.
Widened 911SC-style fender flares were added, clear paint-protection film has been applied to the nose and fenders, and an X-Faktory stainless-steel grille was installed as well as H4 headlights with polished trim rings.The car also features smaller Euro-style rear bumperettes.
Staggered-width 16? Epsilon Southern Ways three-piece wheels wear a Prismatic Roman Gold powder coat and have polished lips, satin black inner barrels, and replacement SRR wheel hardware. Yokohama Advan A052
The high-back sport seats were reupholstered in cinnamon leather that extends to the dashboard, and the cabin features matching door panels and replacement carpets.
The 3.0-liter flat-six was sourced from a 1983 911SC and was rebuilt with 964 C2-spec cams by GD Racing in San Bruno, California, in 2012. The engine is also said to feature MSD ignition and NGK spark plugs as well as stainless-steel headers, a hydraulic chain tensioner, and a front-mounted oil cooler
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a 915 five-speed manual transaxle.
The clutch was replaced in 2012, when a lightweight RSR aluminum flywheel and a replacement fifth-gear synchro were also installed.
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