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Old 04-09-2019, 04:17 PM
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For $15k it looks pretty good.

“1967 Corvette Resto Mod built COMPLETELY on a C4 corvette! Including chassis, suspension, drivetrain, engine and trans, leather interior like new, remote doors, full power, C6 wheels needs a couple miner things, runs and drives great! Over $25k invested Car is in Cape Coral thanks for looking!”






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I saw one of those at Barrett Jackson. It is pretty nicely done but it looks like its sitting about 1 or 2 inches high on the chassis. Not sure they are still doing it but the company that did it is [Only registered and activated users can see links. Click Here To Register...]
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This car is for sale in Philadelphia right now. Porsche with a LS. Kind of Corvette related.





He posted a few engine pics, seems to fit good.

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Holy shit! I'll bet that wasn't easy.
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I’m amazed it fits so well. He posted some YouTube links.

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Here’s the ad describing the power train.

Power in this 1974 Porsche 911 Targa comes from a 1999 chevy 427ci short block, aluminum V8. (rebuilt 3000 miles ago) There’s nothing new about a big American V8 making its way into a vintage Porsche, however, a Targa hot rod such as this, is not something you see every day.
400+ hp (dyno 500hp and 500torque at the crank when rebuilt)
the V8 engine is coupled to a heavy duty Porsche 930 turbo 4-speed transaxle. The engine swap was completed at a total cost of $9,600 along with an MSD ignition box with 7k RPM limiter and kevlar/Ceramic multi stage clutch. The engine was freshened in 2013 (about 3,000 miles ago) inclusding new rings, bearings, 5 angle valve job, and new roller lifters.
This Targa was built as a fast street and autocross car by its original owner in Ohio.

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