I offer for sale my 1967 911S that I have owned since 1979.  It was built in late October or early November 1966 and is chassis number 306602S.  I have worked on this car to make it the best possible representation of a period-correct, "Performance Oriented"  SWB 911S and this has been an on-going process since I acquired it.  I performed all work myself except for the engine assembly which I entrusted to Ed Mayo.  My project started long before the "R Gruppe" and was before the great increase in SWB vehicle pricing.  When I acquired the car I was searching for a rust-free chassis after having a rusty 1967 911 Normal and another rusty 1968 911S.  The only rust issue on the car at the time I acquired it was in the rear corners of the rear window where the defroster tubes collected water and rusted holes through.  I spliced in OEM corners and once that was complete the chassis was solid.  The car has enjoyed a long ownership with it being kept in a heated garage and driven exclusively in fair weather conditions.  100% of everything has been disassembled, stripped, straightened, refurbished, replaced or modified down to the smallest cup washer in the emergency brake assembly.

My car is "1QuickS" and rewards the better than average driver with its visceral, urgent and immediate driving characteristics. 

If it is a little loud then a quieter muffler and the cut-down OEM air cleaner housing that is included may be installed along with sound blanket on roof of engine bay.  

I built it to maintain an OEM appearance to the casual observer while delivering stellar road performance.

It drives with very nice street manners and smooth acceleration; however, it will blow your hair back!

Currently listed on "Bring-A-Trailer: http://bringatrailer.com/listing/1967-porsche-911s-coupe/

A video: "1QuickS Unchained:

 

Kardex for the car:

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Details of 1QuickS:

 

GALLERY: Click on image to scroll through gallery pictures

ENGINE

Engine shown with megaphone exhaust.  The megaphones have straight through, perforated pipes wrapped with sound absorbent batting.  This softens the exhaust note to an acceptable street usage level without compromising power output.

Engine shown with megaphone exhaust.  The megaphones have straight through, perforated pipes wrapped with sound absorbent batting.  This softens the exhaust note to an acceptable street usage level without compromising power output.

  • 2.25 liter short stroke (66mm) blue printed by Ed Mayo
    • Sand cast aluminum case
      • Shuffle pinned
      • Boat-tailed main webs
      • Oil squirters
      • Case machine work by Ollie's
    • 85mm Venolia pistons
      • 10.1:1 CR
      • Total Seal rings
    • S cams
    • 2.2 liter connecting rods
    • Knife edged 911S counterweighted crank (crank machine work by Ollie's)
    • 911SC oil pump
    • Modified oil outlet port in case
      • Inlet oil to pump fed by -16 oil line from front mounted oil tank; oil line fitting welded to case to accommodate this oil line
    • Pressure fed chain tensioners
    • Magnesium chain boxes & cover plates
    • Case is aluminum case originally installed on a 1968 911L
      • Case is not matching to the chassis
  • Heads
    • 2.4 liter heads
    • Tapped for dual plugs
    • 46mm and 40mm valves
    • 37mm intake and 36mm exhaust ports
    • Ported for flow by Ed Mayo
  • Tall PMO intake manifolds
    • 44mm x 37mm
  • Ignition
    • Twin plug distributor with Bosch cap and rotor
      • Serviced by Jerry Woods
    • Bosch 924 coils (P/N 0221 122008-850 per Jerry Woods)
    • Twin Permatune CD’s (mounted below passenger seat)
    • NGK BP6ES plugs gapped @ 0.040”
    • Spark plug connectors have solid conductor core (resistor-less)
  • Exhaust
    • 1 1/2" Jerry Woods headers
    • Two exhaust systems:
      • Megaphone exhaust stingers
      • 911R twin pipe muffler
  • Power estimates:
    • Redline --- 7500 RPM
    • HP peak --- 210 @ 7000 RPM
    • Torque peak --- 155 ft-lb @ 5400
  • Weber 40 IDS carbs
Webers have anti-percolation design developed by Performance Oriented to provide positive float bowl venting without flooding the engine or creating a fuel rich environment that would be easy to catch fire with intake backfire.  The top covers are modified with an external drain hose visible in this image.

Webers have anti-percolation design developed by Performance Oriented to provide positive float bowl venting without flooding the engine or creating a fuel rich environment that would be easy to catch fire with intake backfire.  The top covers are modified with an external drain hose visible in this image.

 

  • Full restoration & re-manufacturing service by Performance Oriented
  • Throttle shafts
    • Performance Profile (thinned cross-section)
    • Cylindrical shaft couplers
  • 43mm throttle bores
    • Progression pattern matched to 43mm bores
    • Edges of throttle plates filed to match timing of exposure of first progression ports
  • 35mm x 43mm main venturis
  • Tall (906) auxiliary (secondary) venturis
    • Throttle body machined to securely clamp venturis in place
  • Miscellaneous modifications:
    • Main jet holders relieved for fuel pick-up
    • Fuel well baffle plates
    • O-rings with cup washers for mixture screws
    • Idle air correction screw galleries enlarged to 0.103” diameter
    • IDF squirters and modified squirter bolts
    • Tune-able idle air bleed jets
    • Emulsion well air screens
    • Fuel inlet needle valves, screw adjustable for adjusting float level
    • Extended-reach main air correction jet holders
  • Accelerator pump system
    • Accelerator pump body has pins (1968 body) for disc valve to hinge on
    • Accelerator pump body drilled for internal venting
    • Top covers are post 1967 version; reinforced design
    • Nylon follower on lever arm in accelerator pump top cover (required when adjustable pump rods and early style cam lever used)
    • Early style accelerator cam levers modified to use adjustable pump rods
    • Adjustable pump rods (by Performance Oriented)
  • Fuel floats
    • Blueprinted
    • Reinforced against bending
  • Anti-percolation plumbing
    • Solex 40PI banjo fittings attached to side ports in top covers
    • Weber main jet holders attache banjo fittings to top covers
    • Tapped ports in top covers
    • Vent pipes removed and ports plugged
    • Drain lines routed to spill fuel to ground
    • This modification achieves two benefits:
      • Essentially eliminates the chance of carburetor fires
      • Improves hot re-starting
  • OEM and K&N air filters
    • OEM air cleaner modified to decrease height to fit within engine compartment while using tall PMO intake manifolds
    • K&N air filters installed into handmade aluminum top and bottom plates with internal stabilizers to positively locate filter element

TRANSMISSION

  • Stock ‘67S gearbox
  • Lightened 911S flywheel with aluminum pressure plate
  • The gearbox works OK, 1st gear synchros are tired

REAR SUSPENSION

  • H&H 19mm sway bar, adjustable for roll stiffness
    • Spherical ball joints used in drop links
  • Delrin suspension bushings custom fitted for actual parts
  • Banana arms modified:
    • Full clevis fitting for sway bar drop link attachments
    • Spherical ball joint @ inner pivot
    • Boxed and extended lower shock mount
    • Banana horns replaced with those from 1971 and inner pivot relocated 15mm inboard, 48 mm rearward and 10mm higher than stock (the raising of the inner pivot decreases roll couple; the rearward relocation increased camber of outer wheel during cornering to maintain tire contact with road)
  • Torsion bar tube reinforced and welded to chassis pan @ inner pivots
  • Sway bar mounts reinforced @ chassis
  • Koni adjustable shocks rebuilt and re-valved by Truechoice to provide 50/50 valving for vehicle weight and wheel rate with spherical ball bushing used in lower mount
  • 25mm torsion bars
  • Shortened 911SC spring plates
    • Purpose designed and fabricated screw type ride height adjustment
  • OEM SWB 911S Type “L” brake calipers with 38mm pistons
  • SS braided brake lines
  • 911SC brake discs and spacers to provide proper offset for 7” 911R rims
  • Ferodo "M" brake pads
  • 7” x 15” deep Fuchs “heart” alloys with spacers to increase track
    • Restored by Weidman’s Wheels
    • Created from 6” wide rims to be 7" by Weidman’s Wheels

FRONT SUSPENSION

  • H&H 19mm sway bar with slider arms for adjusting roll stiffness
    • Spherical ball joints used in drop links
  • Reinforced chassis mounts @ sway bar interface
  • 20mm front torsion bars
  • Koni adjustable shocks rebuilt and re-valved by Truechoice to provide 50/50 valving for vehicle weight and wheel rate
  • Stock ‘67 S struts remachined to provide 17mm raised spindle height (This required a custom machined replacement of the shock tube)
  • Aluminum 911S calipers with 48mm pistons and adapter plates for mounting onto OEM SWB 911S strut
  • OEM SWB 911S brake discs
  • Upper strut mounts in custom made housings with spherical bearings
  • Turbo tie rods
    • outer pivot height is adjustable for bump-steer using shims
  • Delrin suspension bushings custom fitted for actual parts
  • Bump steered
  • SS braided brake lines
  • Ferodo "M" brake pads
  • 6” x 15” deep Fuchs “heart” alloys with spacers to increase track
    • Restored by Weidman’s Wheels

BRAKES

Dual master cylinder brake pedal assembly.

Dual master cylinder brake pedal assembly.

  • Dual Girling master cylinders with adjustable balance feature; 5/8” & 3/4” bores
    • 5/8" cylinder rebuilt
    • 3/4" cylinder is new
  • Dual circuit fluid reservoir from 1971 model year
  • Custom brake pedal with adjustable pad distance; foot pads covered with stainless steel wire cloth, stitch-welded to pad

CHASSIS

  • Rust free and straight chassis
  • Right hand side of chassis was replaced with sheet metal from a 1968 car
    • This occurred prior to my ownership and was not discovered until some years later
    • The fit of passenger door & rear deck lid are not perfect
  • All internal surfaces refinished using the following process:
    • All undercoating removed by hand scraping
    • Low-pressure sand blasting (brush-blasting) performed by me to avoid distortion issues
    • Primered using commercial quality, zinc-rich primer
    • Top coated with semi-gloss, black alkyd paint
  • All exterior surfaces and removable sheet metal refinished using the following process:
    • All undercoating removed by hand scraping
    • Stripped to bare metal using paint remover
    • PPG self-etching epoxy primer
    • PPG acrylic urethane top coat
    • Color: 1999 - 2000 Land Rover yellow
  • All factory wiring harness straps removed and replaced with cushioned loop clamps
  • Fiberglass body parts
    • Front and rear lids
    • Rear bumper
    • All mounting points of fiberglass items locally reinforced to minimize stress cracking
  • Side and rear windows made of scratch-resistant, clear polycarbonate (Lexan)
  • Steel front bumper
  • Momo Prototypo steering wheel
    • Dated November 1979
    • Spoke mounted horn button
  • Light weight, Perlon carpets
  • Black headliner
  • Stock gauges and original interior trim and panels
  • 1968 aluminum window frames
    • Stripped of anodize finish & polished to look like OEM chrome plated brass frames for 1967
  • Chrome plating refreshed:
    • Hella headlight rims
    • Door handles
    • Front quarter window frames & hardware
  • Rear seat backs and deck panel replaced with aluminum shelf
  • Interior quarter panels replaced with aluminum and fiberglass reconstructions
  • Custom seat belts fabricated using parachute harness bits with reinforced, custom mounting points
    • Male tongue at lap receptacle is milled from 4130 and has belt tension keeper feature
  • Recaro Sport seats
    • Rebuilt and strengthened
    • Custom brackets fix seat back angle
    • Installed on custom structural mounts
    • Twin locking seat rail latches
    • Vinyl bolsters with corduroy inserts
  • Fuel tank modified for larger capacity
    • Incorporated center-mount for spare tire
  • Aluminum oil tank fitted into trunk
    • 20 quart capacity
    • Tank nestles spare tire
    • Swirl pot and internal baffle plates
Trunk showing aluminum oil tank, enlarged capacity fuel tank, stress bar between shock towers, hood stay and elements of new wiring harness.

Trunk showing aluminum oil tank, enlarged capacity fuel tank, stress bar between shock towers, hood stay and elements of new wiring harness.

 

  • 1972 911S oil thermostat installed in engine compartment
  • Earl’s SS braided oil, fuel and brake lines throughout
    • Oil return line (dash 16) to engine runs through cabin on passenger side floor
    • Custom bulkhead oil pass-through fittings
    • Front oil cooler mounted behind RF headlight, cooler by Alan Johnson Racing
    • Oil catch tank with aircraft style keeper bands; mounted on rear cross member
  • Fuel delivery system:
    • Mallory high volume rotor cell fuel pump
      • Mounted to special bracket welded to OEM steel front cross member
    • Holley fuel pressure regulator
    • Return-to-tank system design
  • Front stress bar between shock towers
  • Rear cross member welded to rear parcel/passenger area
  • Hella H1 headlights
  • Billet aluminum jack cradle mounted in front pan
  • Wiring harness designed and fabricated for new system components and locations
    • All slip-on connectors soldered with heat shrink tubing around terminal ends
    • Cushioned loop clamps and cable bundling used throughout
    • Screw terminal strip in engine bay for easy engine removal
    • Re-wiring included turn signal, headlight & windshield washer switches on steering column
  • Dual ignition system is independently switchable
    • Uses Permatune CDs
    • CDs are mounted under passenger seat
  • Dash panel is fiberglass made using original dash as master
  • Wet vehicle weight is 2080 lbs with ½ tank of gas
  • Engine lid mounted using 911R inspired hinges and vintage, aircraft over-center latches
  • Front lid latching uses threaded studs and castle nuts with hair pin cotters
  • Front lid stay is lightweight design and has positive hitch-pin when opened
  • Rear wheel openings subtly flared retaining 1967 style lip
  • Halon fire extinguisher mounted to floor on passenger side

MAINTENANCE PERFORMED FOR SALE:

  • Suspension aligned & corner balanced
  • Air filter in OEM air cleaner replaced
  • Oil & filter change:
    • 20 quarts Castrol GTX 20W50
  • Brake fluid flushed:
    • Castrol Synthetic DOT 4
  • CV joints serviced:
    • repacked joints & replaced boots
  • Heads and rocker arm shafts re-torqued
  • Valves adjusted
  • Webers tuned
  • Compression and Leak-down testing:
    • #1) 160; 1%
    • #2) 164; 1%
    • #3) 163; 1%
    • #4) 153; 10%
    • #5) 153; 1%
    • #6) 160; 1%