1991 Porsche 964 that has 993 Getty bodywork, The car was gone through front to back so it would be ready to race the upcoming seasons, but he is going a different route. The body was completely gone over. All cracks or ill fitting body was repaired before paint process began. All new body & paint work. Only the lettering is decals. The interior also received a fresh coat of paint. It is a stunning race car. 3.6 with EFI Butterfly, Crankfire and recent tune up. Valve lash, plug wires, spark plugs. New clutch. The engine has only 27 hrs on it since it was built by Pat Williams years ago. The G50 is completely rebuilt. No hours. New Guard LSD, syncros, bearings & seals. Penske shocks are adjustable with remote canisters & all 4 are freshly rebuilt Penske shocks. It has 993 Monoball, all four sets of wheel bearing replaced. New coilover springs. New CV axle assemblies. Brakes are also gone through as new floating rotors & hats, calipers rebuilt by PMB, new Tilton master cylinders, new braided brake hoses. New Tilton clutch master along with new clutch slave & hose. Also replaced with new is the fuel system. A new Fuel Safe fuel cell was installed. New Sparco seat. New fire suppression system. Also new braided fuel hoses. Has AIM dash, Motorola radio & the upper wing that was also freshly painted. The mounts are there to mount the air jacks that come with the sale.
This Porsche 964 was built in 98 to race the 1999 12Hr Sebring. Sam Shalala built the car for Dr Bill Rollwitz. The drivers for the 12Hr was Sam Shalala, Bill Rollwitz, Andre Toennis & Shareef Malnik. They finished 30th overall. The team was call Team Transenergy. In April 99, Sam & Bill drove the car to 34th place overall in the Grand Prix of Road Atlanta. The car was then sold to Jan Rask and raced under TRG. It then went on to race some PCA and vintage events. The last photo is from John Brooks and it is of the car when it ran the 1999 Sebring 12Hr.