|Color||Quick-Sand Beige (6807)|
|Comments||In the 1969 color meeting at Porsche, the engineers outlined the descriptive colors for the new 911 model; Tangerine, Guards red, polo red, bahia red, Bahama yellow, Speed yellow, Viper Green, Olive, leaf green, Irish green and then they erased the black board before transcribing the decisions around that taxi tan color…|
Sand Trap, beige
I am the third owner, I purchased the car in calf in the mid 80’s, and I was very happy to acquire the 911 E California plates.
The car was first sold out of Neufeld Motor, San Carlos California
Tinted Windows(optn 568)
Sun Roof (optn 650)
The interior is black with leather Porsche sport seats (optn 383 and 387 L-R) black with sand castle beige centers.
head restraints(optn 258)
rear seats leather with sand trap beige centers
Leather stearing wheel (MO-PROTOTIPO)
PORSCHE side graphics
Dry cell batteries (I will never put acid in my trunk again, this is a must do for all early 911s)
RUNNING GEAR / BRAKES
Stabilizer bars front and rear (optn 404)
911 Turbo tie rod ends
944 turbo front and rear brakes
Rear swing arms Aluminum
6x15 deep offset wheels
Engine is twin plug short stroke 2.5 with "E" cams
With einspritzung mechanical fuel injection "MFI" system
The IMSA engine made 250+hp, My engine should be making less with the E cams between 200-250hp
Case, has been pin d and flowed and set up with inserts for head studs and oil squerters for cooling pistions
Oil pump 'turbo'
New set of Mahle 89mm pistons and cylinders skirt trimmed
Nov 1969 2.2 heads twin plugged with sleeved Intake
Bosch twin plug cap and rotor
SS heat exchanger header/exhaust
SS sport exhaust
"" Per Bruce Anderson
There was a 2.5 liter racing version of this shorter -stroke version of the engine, which is a very nice combination if there is a class where you need an under 2500cc racing engine. It used the 66 mm stroke and a set of Mahle 89 mm pistons and cylinders for 2463.57 cc displacement. These engines were very popular in the IMSA GTU class when the class limit was 2.5 liters. These 2.5 liter engines were very drivable engines, with good throttle response and a nice broad power curve.""