1965 911 FIA VINTAGE RACE CAR - 2.0L - 901

This 1965 911 is the # 595 produced. We have completely disassembled the chassis, and prepared the main chassis & all steel body components for acid stripping!

 Neutralized & sealed with a High Zinc primer, then we stitch welded the entire chassis.

 We designed & built a complete chassis roll cage system to meet FIA specifications, the customer requested removable door bars.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Our newly designed fuel cell with FUEL SAFE, a true center fill SA 100 with filler cap trap package. We have these in stock!

Pre assembly of the '65 2.0L engine case with the lightened and "knife edged crankshaft" along with Chromoly rods & late oil pump. These are just the standard updates, this case has been modified for oil squirters, boat tailed mains, shuffle pinned, late chain boxes, oil pressure bypass, and more.

 

Pauter Lightweight Rods E4340 vacuum melt chromoly forging – CNC machined Rockwell C36; full coverage shot peened; end-to-end balanced in sets.

Pre assembly of the '65 2.0L engine case with the lightened and "knife edged crankshaft" along with Chromoly rods & late oil pump. These are just the standard updates, this case has been modified for oil squirters, boat tailed mains, shuffle pinned, late chain boxes, oil pressure bypass, etc..

 

This photo shows the assembly of the '65 2.0L engine short block

This photo shows the assembly of the '65 2.0L engine short block

Here is the 2.0L FIA engine fitted with 40mm Webers, the heads are twin plugged but we will be setting it up to run an early BOSCH "black" cast iron single plug unit.

 

 Patrick Motorsports 901 Type 215mm Lightweight Flywheel installation with Centerforce DF191198 Clutch Kit.

  Transaxle cooler system plumbed from case

Trans cooler system plumbed over to remote SETRAB oil cooler

The 911 fitted with our hand finished stainless steel mesh grills

 

 The Porsche 901 Transaxle - Blueprinted Build by Patrick Motorsports

It's on the road, decals and all, hard to tell the car is fitted with Lexan windows. This little '65 looks so cool, and sounds mean with the megaphone exhaust !