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> 73.5' 911T 2.4 engine, Engine with 90K
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post Jul 25 2019, 08:01 PM
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Wow- that is a great price for a complete engine. I can't believe it has not sold.

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Price change!!!

$4300

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post Jul 29 2019, 05:44 PM
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post Jul 31 2019, 12:57 PM
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Bump for a good deal!
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I hope Somebody buys this soon - I currently have two 2.0l type 4’s that are disassembled and in process of being rebuilt but I’m getting twitchy watching this one.

I need a 3rd engine project about as much as I need a case of Herpes!
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post Aug 1 2019, 01:54 PM
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QUOTE(Superhawk996 @ Aug 1 2019, 09:14 AM) *

I hope Somebody buys this soon - I currently have two 2.0l type 4’s that are disassembled and in process of being rebuilt but I’m getting twitchy watching this one.

I need a 3rd engine project about as much as I need a case of Herpes!

I know the feeling. I have (2) 911 motors and (1) 912 motor on engine stands in my CA garage and (2) 912 motors in my AZ garage
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QUOTE(euro911 @ Aug 1 2019, 03:54 PM) *

QUOTE(Superhawk996 @ Aug 1 2019, 09:14 AM) *

I hope Somebody buys this soon - I currently have two 2.0l type 4’s that are disassembled and in process of being rebuilt but I’m getting twitchy watching this one.

I need a 3rd engine project about as much as I need a case of Herpes!

I know the feeling. I have (2) 911 motors and (1) 912 motor on engine stands in my CA garage and (2) 912 motors in my AZ garage


(IMG:style_emoticons/default/first.gif) These are great problems to have. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/lol-2.gif) Somebody has to save these relics!
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I seriously thought about and almost did but in reality I’ve just gotten my little 4 stroker to a point of perfection spending $$ more than reasonable. So it’s now time to drive and enjoy. To the top bump!
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Still available. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/smile.gif)

decisions....
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post Aug 13 2019, 09:22 PM
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Do it. 2.4s make really good power in a 914 chassis.

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Engine back on the market.

$4300
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Still available:)
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Wow can't believe someone has not snatched this up.
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So, here is the thing, I (like others here I bet) would love to scoop this up but without history and/or testing it’s a BIG roll of the dice.

Rebuilding a 911 engine can get financially out of control in an instant and even up being more than buying a known/tested good one.

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QUOTE(Tdskip @ Sep 2 2019, 10:25 AM) *

So, here is the thing, I (like others here I bet) would love to scoop this up but without history and/or testing it’s a BIG roll of the dice.

Rebuilding a 911 engine can get financially out of control in an instant and even up being more than buying a known/tested good one.

@tdskip I think it's pretty close to core prices..

And yes been there with a bad engine before..
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Decided not to sell at this time. May look for a 912/911 roller. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/wink.gif)
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When and if I sell it. I will have the engine tested for compression, leaks, ect.
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QUOTE(RolinkHaus @ Sep 2 2019, 05:56 PM) *

When and if I sell it. I will have the engine tested for compression, leaks, ect.


Hope you find a car, but if not get those tests done and you will get 50% more for the engine.

Good luck.
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QUOTE(Tdskip @ Sep 2 2019, 09:26 PM) *

QUOTE(RolinkHaus @ Sep 2 2019, 05:56 PM) *

When and if I sell it. I will have the engine tested for compression, leaks, ect.


Hope you find a car, but if not get those tests done and you will get 50% more for the engine.

Good luck.


Tdskip,

Agree in general but only if leakdown is low (like 6%-10%). High leakdowns will only confirm that that it is indeed a core in need of a top end rebuild and/or rings and cylinders. I'm not sure you'll typically find those kinds of numbers on a 90K engine.

The problem with horizontally opposed engines is that any oil coating the cylinder walls eventually runs to the bottom via gravity. Then the rings and cylinder tend to corrode and can do so heavily depending on region. Dessert. . . not so much. Mid West with high humidity - much more likely.

Anyway the bottom line is the run-up on old 911 engines is in full swing for sure, but, unless it's a proven runner with good leak down and compression numbers, and a video showing oil pressure, the engine/core has to be priced accordingly. I think it wasn't that long ago I saw a 2.7L with video of running engine (being sold as a long block; no fan, no induction, etc.) and had decent leak downs go for something like $8500 on this forum. About 6 months ago, I missed out by about 1/2 hour on the draw for a 2.2L that McMark sold for $3K, but, it was same story, unknown provenance, no compression, no leak down numbers, with a partially completed ITB induction system that would either need carb conversion and/or a Microsquirt to be rigged up. Still would have been cool though especially with ITB's if they could be made to work!

I really did want to see this engine go for more, and I had a number in my mind that wasn't far off and would have been willing to go get it, but, I was pricing it as a core in my mind in need of complete rebuild, carbs, headers, tin, to be usable to me. We were close but never got there. There was also some really bad timing given that surgeries on my part meant I couldn't just easily do the 10 hr round trip to Indy area on a spur of the moment.

RolinkHaus -- hope you find a 911/912/or 914 to put this in. It will be a blast!
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