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1970 Porsche 911 Racecar SOLD

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Logbook: PCA/VSCDA
Condition: Good
Price:  US $26,500  Currency_Convert
Location: Naperville, IL

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Note: The 964 bumper and BBS wheels are not included
1970 Porsche RaceCar - for sale
The car is a 1970 "S" Chassis. It belonged to a friend who got out of the business and racing. Motor has about 1 hour on fresh rebuild. Has been clocked at mid 2:30's at Road America
This motor is very special. It is a very effective combination of stock and performance parts, making an engine capable of 8k RPM safely and dyno'd at about 260-275 Horsepower. Since the compression ratio is only 9:1, you can still run street gas (93 octane). This saves me over $800 per year in racing costs on my car (with a comparable motor). If you limit the engine to 7200 as we did before the rebuild, it can easily last many seasons.
3.2L Short Stroke motor.

- 76 3.0L case,
- 2.7L crank
- Max Moritz 3.2L Pistons and cylinders
- Raceware rod bolts
- Patrick MS lightened flywheel with 4 puck clutch.
- 98mm pistons
- twin plugged. Electromotive Crank Fire
- ported heads
- 46mm webers
- GE60 cam
- Titanum Retainers
- EBS valve springs
The chassis was originally setup by Johnson Motorsports but has since been refreshed and reset by MotoDelta/Streit Racing. I've been racing for 5 years and setup this car the same way as my winning racecar (2 seasons with 100% podium finishes).

1970 911S Chassis
- Roll bar
- Fiberglass Bumpers F&R
- Fiberglass hood (w/ hold down pins)
- Fiberglass Front fenders
- Fiberglass duck-tail (with holddown pins)
Suspension and Brakes
Koni adjustable sport shocks
31mm/23mm torsion bars
Rear adjustable spring plates
Aluminum trailing arms
Poly-graphite bushings
TRG (or similar) anti-roll bars
Front Carrera 4-piston calipers and discs
Rear 930 calipers and discs
Tilton dual adjustable Master Cylinder and pedals
BBS 15" wheels w/ BRAND NEW Yokohama tires


Weighs in about 2250#
ATL Fuel cell
Aluminum adjustable heel-toe pedal
Auto-meter 9k RPM Memory Tach
White faced guages
Corbeau High-bolster racing seat
5 point harnesses
Seat back brace
915 gearbox - Mag case.
E-mail me at info@moto-delta.com for info.

Asking (NEW LOWER PRICE!!!) $26,500!!!.
The motor in this racecar alone would cost you more than $17-20,000+ to build at a national porsche shop. Add on a good chassis with all the correct "go-fast parts" such as the brakes, T-bars, bushings, sway bars, fiberglass, bias adjustment, etc.. THe owner has invested nearly $65,000 in the car.

The rear flare, bumpers, and right fender were recently replaced and after being scraped down a wall. It was replaced with an OEM Porsche steel galvanized flare. Battery box is slightly pushed in, no damage to suspension points.

Known issues:
1. Slight oil leak at tank feed line and lower right valve cover.
2. Suspension needs setup and alignment
3. Oil level and fuel gauges not connected
4. Rust on left fender flange.
5. Battery box bent on left side. (Right side was removed for oil cooler)
6. Shocks need replacement
7. Carbs levels need to be reset.


Car was originally setup by Johnson Motorsports and purchased for Vintage Racing. Later the 3.2L short stroke motor was installed for racing in GT class competition but vintage bodywork is still installed. Ran successfully in VSCDA and Midwest Council and podiumed several times untill the owner stopped racing.

Recent Competition History

Several vintage podiums

Performance Data


Fuel System

Oil/Water System

Electrical System






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