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1979 porsche 911 SCR Conversion
United Kingdom PORSCHE VIN: Unknown
Mileage: Unknown as of 05/29/2014
Exterior Color: Sport Classic Grey
Interior Color: Black
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Equipment

  • SCR converted 911 base

Description

Not a whole lot of anything RUF left on this 1979 SCR conversion that has undergone a complete restoration to tarmac rally specs by Tech 9 Motorsports. Click to see full build diary.

February 2014: Posted for sale by Tech 9 Motorsports with an asking price of £135,000 and the following description:

A Unique opportunity to purchase a Word Class build of a Porsche 911 SCR to FIA homologation specification 3062

Built with no expense spared over an 18 month period. A beautifully detailed machine to enjoy as a fast road car, but with the dual purpose of competition use. Built in the true Porsche spirit of ‘Porsche vehicles used for Sports Purposes’, every aspect of this machine has been carefully considered in design, application and optimization, its DNA sampled from the finest aspects of the iconic 3.0 RSR and SCRS

Since its completion two years ago, It has run faultless and enjoyed particular success entered in the UK Tour Britannia format of road/rally and circuit events. Four wins out of four events entered speak volumes about the build and specification of this truly special machine.

The build commenced utilizing a very original LHD 1979 RUF SCR 3.0. The vehicle was then stripped to a bare chassis, and stripped of all paintwork and sealer, installed onto a Porsche Celette Chassis jig, and prepared with over 300 hours into the shell preparation alone. Seam welded, strengthened, plated, prepared for coil-over suspension with enlarged rear suspension turrets and uprated front mount with a welded RSR strut brace. All work was carried out in accordance with period Porsche Motorsport historic specification and a Fully welded Roll-cage in accordance with FIA appendix K.

Upon completion of the chassis competition preparation, it was dipped and e-coated to provide future structural integrity. Final chassis preparation was completed with all new genuine Porsche outer panels (rear wings, doors, sills, front wings) and then finished with high quality paintwork by Porsche approved bodyshop using Glasurit paint in the distinctive Porsche colour of L63A Grey.

The mechanical components of the car were chosen for ultimate performance and feature correct period rare and hard to find parts as used by the factory engineers, based very closely to 3.0 RSR specification

Tech 9 engineers prepared the car to exacting detail and performance, in excess of 1000 hours went into the build of the car, highlights include

Ultimate specification 3.0 MFI engine high butterfly, ‘red top’ RSR fuel pump, very special internal components (£50k+ build cost)

Competition transmission with internal billet shaft carrier, homologated rally ratios, RSR gearbox cooling system with internal spraybar and mechanical drive pump, ZF LSD

Central RSR front oil cooler with internally mounted oil lines for protection

Ohlins adjustable coilover suspension

Genuine Fuchs alloys restored to RSR finish with Michelin TB15 tyres

Four piston brake system with lightweight mounting bells, cross drilled discs

RSR adjustable Anti-Roll bar

Lightweight interior, aluminium hardline plumbing, Recaro Seats, Monit computer, Peltor, flocked dash, Green tinted heated screen, green tinted coated polycarbonate lightweight glass

110L RSR fuel tank, with bespoke fuel system

Front tank guard

SCRS dual circuit pedal box

Cibie Pallas driving lamps

Bespoke lightweight wiring loom

February 2013: Build completed by DDK Online member “pht9″. Total diary can be viewed here.

April 2011: Purchased by DDK Online member “pht9″.

Photos and Info courtesy Tech 9 Motorsports and DDK Online.