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> FS: 1971 Porsche 911 2.2L Engine
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post Jun 8 2018, 02:15 PM
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Engine number 6114897

This engine should be considered a core, as it has been sitting on a stand for several years. Inside a garage in a dry desert, but still. The previous owner claimed that it was rebuilt and 'upgraded' but no details, and no paperwork to support. Might have more compression and cams, etc. but also might not. It does have later upgraded 930 chain tensioners, so that lends at least a bit to his story.

Includes everything shown - Zenith 40 TIN carburetors, fairly clean and free. Linkage for them, fan, housing, alternator & harness, engine cover, Magnetti Marelli distributor, etc. Since it sat with the plugs out and some of the oil fittings uncovered, it would have to be disassembled, of course. I assume most people know this, but I always have someone ask if they could install it and go.

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I can strap this to a pallet and ship it freight, no problem.
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