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1965 Porsche 356C Vintage Race CarSOLD: 1965 Porsche 356C Vintage Race Car

VIN: 131925

This very fast and competitive race car started life as a typical street car. In the early eighties Mr. Jack Atkinson, the Head of Competition of Brumos Porsche built this car at Brumos for himself to race in the new Vintage Racing series. Mr. Atkinson only raced the car a few times and then had Mr. Bob Snodgrass (the owner of Brumos Porsche) race this car where Snodgrass actually won the very first Vintage Car Race for its class held in the United States.

Mr. Snodgrass vintage raced this Porsche for the next couple of years and then Brian Redman, who worked at Brumos at the time, sold the car in January 1985 to the current owner, John Winter.

This Porsche 356 has been wearing the same paint scheme of red and gold with the Brumos logos since the vehicle was turned into a vintage race car. John has been taking very meticulous care of this Porsche 356 since the beginning. Mark Eskuche at Ecurie has been maintaining this classic race car since the race season of 1992.

Mr. Winter has Log Books from HSR, VSCDA, SVRA, PCA & Rocky Mountain Vintage. John himself has raced this 356 at Road America, Daytona, Sebring, Mid Ohio, Laguna Seca, Infineon, Steamboat, VIR, Barber & Black Hawk Farms just to list a few tracks.

Ecurie Engineering has done many upgrades to this race car. It has unbelievable competitiveness and unsurpassed reliability.

The partial list of upgrades:

  • Legal 1600cc Ecurie Built Porsche 356 engine.
  • Scat Crank
  • Carrillo connecting rods
  • 912 ported & shaved heads and 912 rocker assembly
  • Modified Solex carburetors
  • Lightened flywheel and pressure plate
  • Deep oil sump with metal sump protector
  • Remote oil coolers with quick disconnect hoses
  • Bosch 009 distributor
  • Modified fan housing for even distribution of cylinder cooling

Legal 741 Transmission:

  • Limited slip differential
  • Gearing is (2-2-3-4)

Also Featuring:

  • Full roll cage
  • Kirkey aluminum seat with mandatory back brace support
  • Schroth 6 point seat belts
  • Leather Momo steering wheel
  • Wink mirror
  • Life Line Zero 2000 on board fire system
  • Camber modified King Pins
  • Adjustable front sway bar links
  • Defroster fan
  • Oberg oil filter system
  • ATL fuel cell with through the hood access
  • Dual electric Holly fuel pumps
  • Traq Mate GPS racing system
  • Wired for Motorola radios
  • Wired and has removable lights for night racing
  • 4 – 6 X 15 Fuchs

Spares list:

  • Hans Device
  • 4 – 5.5 X 15 Steel wheels
  • Cool Suit unit with vest
  • Light bar with wood case
  • Car cover












69 911E Soft Window Targa - SOLD

69 911E SWTOffered for sale is an ultra rare 1969 911E Soft Window Targa (reputed to be 1 of 12 built). Finished in its' original Polo Red with black leatherette interior, this is a matching numbers example with many desirable options - Factory Soft Top, Fog Lights, Sport Seats, Ski Rack and tinted windows among them. The car retains its’ correct 2.0L engine with proper 1969 MFI, and the original 5 speed transmission. Fresh from a restoration completed last summer; the car is recently resprayed with Glasurit single stage Polo Red, and has a new soft rear window, carpeting and restored soft window targa top. The car is in excellent condition throughout, with all mechanical systems and accessories in working condition.

69 911E SWTIn addition to the Porsche COA, the car comes with significant historical documentation. Perhaps the most unique feature of the car is the original copy of the Manufacturer’s Statement of Origin – this incredible document details the delivery to the attention of the Commanding Officer at Zweibrucken Air Force base in Germany. The document records both chassis and engine serial numbers, shipping weight, HP, year, model, etc. and bears stamps from the Porsche factory and the Central Warehouse at the airbase. The original owner is shown as a 1st Lieutenant in the U.S. Army – further documentation shows that he would bring the car back to the states and retain it until 1979. Built as a US export model, it has the rear parcel shelf (rear seat delete) and US spec gauges. The odometer shows 119,000 miles.

69 911E SWTAn extensive portfolio of photographs, receipts and documentation detailing the entire restoration is available on request. Recent leakdown numbers range from 2 to 8%, the car is absolutely ready to jump in and drive. The car is located just outside of Madison, WI – prospective purchasers are welcome to inspect in person or arrange a professional inspection.

As anyone who has had the privilege will tell you, Soft Window Targas are an absolute pleasure to drive. On hot days, the rear window can be kept down while the targa top remains in place to provide protection from the sun. This provides all the fresh air of a convertible without the roasted forehead. With no obstructions, another bonus is the more audible engine note. Stowing both tops gives a full cabriolet type experience not otherwise available until much later in the 911 program. Light, nimble and quick like any longhood 911, this car will not disappoint.

For further information, call Jim at Bach Racecraft (414-688-6604) or Steve @ 608-437-1400. Email inquiries can also be directed to

1960 Porsche 356B Roadster - SOLD

1960 RoadsterNo Expense Spared Restoration Of A Southern California Car To The Highest Concours Standards. Finished In #6006 Silver Metallic With Red Leatherette And Black Top As Original. Verified By The Porsche Certificate Of Authenticity. You Won't Find A Better Example Of This Rare Chrome-Windshield Roadster. Expensive And Worth It. VIN 86881.

Porsche built a total of 2653 T-5 Roadsters between 1959 and 1961. It was the successor to the Convertible D and the Speedster. This is the 50th Roadster, built on October 6, 1959. The restoration was managed and completed by Bach Racecraft and is fully documented with detailed receipts and hundreds of photos.

1960 RoadsterInterior, top, and top boot by Autobahn Interiors. Five (5) new Michelin 165HR15 XAS tires. All chromed parts on the car are original and have been re-finished. Original NOS parts used wherever possible. The correct motor has been completely re-built with the addition of a Shasta Design big-bore kit for added torque. The original carbs were re-built by 356 Carburetor Rescue. Distributor re-built by Vintage Werks. New wiring harness by YNZ's Yesterday Parts. All gauges re-built by North Hollywood Speedometer. Beautiful VDM wood steering wheel by Jack Arct. Includes rare original tool kit, jack and, owner's manual. Period-correct Sisal floor mats. Weathershield custom car cover.

For more information, visit the Memory Motors website or call Jim at Bach Racecraft (414-688-6604).

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