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Porsche 911 2.5 S/T Recreation built from scratch

To move a Porsche 911 reduced to the bare essentials with a driving weight of just over 900 kg, a 3.0 ltr drive perfectly constructed with classical means with 46 carburetor batteries, double ignition, fan manifolds, corresponding forged pistons, camshafts, and a bone dry tuned suspension strut was, is and remains an experience of a very special kind. In the hope that this “borderline experience” will remain with us and following generations of drivers for a very long time to come, we present this following car to you:

Basic vehicle 911 2.2T Coupe 1971
2006: Complete restoration and rebuilding to 2.5 hp – one of the hottest racing irons of the 70s from Porsche – by the renowned company Patutschnick
since rebuilding: 18,000 total kilometres, of which 0 (zero) km on race tracks or other competitive events with best-time ambitions
entire body stripped of paint and rebuilt from scratch with all the reinforcements / stiffeners of the racing models
Double-spring BILSTEIN threaded suspension with all the fine adjustment options of modern racing suspensions
Gearbox type 915 with diff lock
2011: Conversion to 3.0 engine from Irmgartz Motorsport with Mahle RSR racing pistons, 2×46 PMO triple carburettor, dual ignition, fan manifold etc.
Mileage since 2011 with this engine: approx. 5,000 km
8+9Jx15J Fuchs rims with corresponding sports tyres and road approval
Plexiglass side and rear window
fully roadworthy and TÜV approved with H-approval
With 911 recommendations
Your DLS – Team

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