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Author: admin-2 I.C.  May 2, 2010

Kilometres: 74,864km
Body: Yellow, 2 door, Coupe
Fuel type: Petrol
Engine: 6 cylinder, 2400cc
This is a very rare early 911.
Chassis number is 304060.
Engine is a rebuilt 2.4 litre with hydraulic tensioners, number 901/05 4137, 907284.
Engine is fitted with Webers.
Car is a stripped out race car and is not suitable for road use in New Zealand.
Fibreglass guards, bonnet, and boot lid.
Perspex side and rear windows.
Left hand drive.
One race seat and race wheel.
Fuel cell.
Fitted with a roll cage but roll cage not certified by Motorsport NZ.
I have not yet obtained a Log Book or COD.
All parts to complete are supplied, but gear box, drive shafts, starter, and dry sump system need fitting.
This car is advertised elsewhere and we retain the right to withdraw from the auction if the reserve is not reached.
1) 1966 911, Chassis 304060, engine 907284,
2) 911 2.4 engine, on Webers, number 208 1424,
3) 911 2.2 engine, on Zeniths, number 6100414,
4) 911 gearbox 901/13, 7198088,
5 911 gearbox 901/0, T 100048,
6) 911 empty gearbox case, 902/1 229579,

7) Recaro seat aluminium mounting brackets,
Recaro seat slides,
9) Knecht KL 22 fuel filter,
10) Fire extinguisher and bracket,
11) Goodridge braided brake lines, 1 set of 4,
12) Fuel pump, x 2,
13) CDI,
14) Oil cooler,
15) Rear brake shoe sets, x2,
16) Front brake cooling ducts with mounts,
17) Pair of yellow mirrors,
18) Set of 2.0 litre pistons and barrels, used but measuring up well,
19) Period Lumenition Ignition for 911,
20) Fibreglass mould for rear RS type lights – 1 side only,
21) Second fuel cell,
22) OMP foot rest,
23) Flywheel, pressure plate, and clutch plate,
24) K & N Filters for triple choke Webers,
25) Crate of miscellaneous glass, bonnet hinges, pedal box, door mechanisms,
26) Crate of heater parts,
27) Crate of other bits.

ASKING PRICE: $31,500.00 NZD
Contact David: (NZ) 0274 952 965
(NZ) 09 411 8006
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Z28 Camaro 1996 Circuit Enduro /Tarmac Rally car

Author: Johnny1  September 26, 2008
Have a look and enjoy the ride.
This car was purpose-built for Targa Rallys& circuit racing.
This is a great car that is very fast and easy to drive. Can drive to the track and do 1.19 at Manfield in full tarmac rally setup.
There are more Pic’s of the car at, 2007 Targa Rally car No 714.
Handling is very neutral with a 49% front / 51% rear weight distribution with half a fuel load. An overall racing weight of 1400kg means great acceleration & handling and stopping.

The LS1 5.7 Holden V8 has just been totally rebuilt, I have a Dyno sheet shows 291kW (395hp) at the wheels on 91 fuel.

The registered is on hold now as I am not running the car.
This is some of the features in the car:
* the chassis is fully seam welded, and light fiberglass doors
* 5.7 LS 1 V8
* F.A.S.T. LSX INTAKE MANIFOLD and a 90mm throttle body
* ARP bolts all thought the motor.
* Earl’s Braided Stainless Steel and fittings for Oil and Fuel lines
* Hooker headers
* A.R.E Four stage Dry sump oil system
* Bosch High-Flow Fuel Injectors
* Autronic SM4 ECU
* Full DigiDash 2-PRO system
* Alloy race radiator & oil cooler
* Twin electric fuel pumps with twin inline fuel filters
* Custom rose-jointed adjustable front and rear suspension
* 4.11 limited slip diff
* 330mm Wilwood vented front discs with Wilwood 4 Pot front calipers, running colding fans
* 90L custom alloy fuel tank
* 5 speed Tremec TKO 600R gearbox
* Light-weight steel flywheel
* 11.5″ clutch and pressure plate
* Wilwood clutch slave cylinder
* Tilton alloy racing pedal box
* king springs
* QA1 double adjustable shocks
* 17 x 9.5″ and 17 x 11″ magnesia alloy wheels
* Racetech FIA seats,
* Light-weight acrylic windows all round
* Lots of spares too.
* The list goes on and on , there is still more there so if you have any question just ring me on the number below and I am to happy to help you out.

The Car is for sale and can be yours, ready to race for $40000.00m ono

I look forward to hearing from you.

06 7552142 anytime.

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Saloons – Test Post

Author: admin  September 19, 2008
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