We're also working on magazine articles and a film of the event too.....so let's have a great big grid of cars and make it special.
Feeling the 924 love
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- Sat Oct 22, 2016 2:16 pm
- Forum: Items Wanted
- Topic: Boxster engine mk1 M96.21 3.2s
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Hi Richard I was aware that Porsche main agents were selling brand new short engines for £2500 a year or two back I now that's still quite a lot of £ but considering it's brand spanking new not a re-build Might also be worth considering for race cars if they are still stocking them at that price Reg...
Looks decent. Anyone know the history of this one? https://racecarsdirect.com/Advert/Details/78078/porsche-924-future-classics Have you saved up enough for this yet Niz? Beans on toast for a few months! :lol: . I'm actually going to have to start doing some real work to help pay for Karlio's car!!!...
From a practical point of view with some of our cars I don't think it's a good idea to make this mandatory in our championship. Just to make sure that we all have proper tow points back and front which I'm sure we all already have anyway.
Hi Gav They are virtually impossible to get hold of nowadays from all the usual suppliers However one source is "Total seal" piston rings which are an American aftermarket product Best go on t'internet and search for nearest UK stockist I think Fudge gets them from a supplier in York Best ...
- Wed May 04, 2016 8:43 am
- Forum: Toolbox
- Topic: Bringing an old 924 up to date?
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Hi folks Just noticed this thread - OK so not been on here for a bit! You lads can bother me no probs. Would be nice to talk about 924s instead of bloomin' door frames and skirting boards!!! Can echo everything already said regards cams and T bodies. Usually the piper cam will go straight in OK (in ...