SEMA 1969 Baja Porsche 911

1969 Porsche 911

Make: Porsche
Model: 911
Type: Coupe
Year: 1969
Mileage: 1000
VIN: 1191z0538
Color: Black
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Mascotte, Florida, United States
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Description for Porsche 911 1969

Street Legal and Off-Road Ready!
For Sale at Smash Customs, respect the build!!!!
The Baja Porsche 911 project was funded by Arc Audio as it was to be their SEMA show car for the 2017 event. Far from being a stationary show car with no actual ability, the Baja Porsche 911 was built to be a highly capable off-road racer.
Added lights for the street, harness for safety, ask for more info about the latest adds since SEMA.
No corners were cut and no budgetary restrictions interfered with its construction. The original all-steel Porsche 911 body was mounted to a tubular steel Baja racing chassis with a tuned 2.3 litre Volkswagen flat-four cylinder engine with four open exhausts exiting above the engine bay, and a four-speed gearbox.
VW flat-four engines have been tried and tested in desert racing for decades, the simple air-cooled motors obviously don't need heavy liquid cooling systems - eliminating one potential point of failure. Aftermarket parts availability for high-performance VW engines is excellent, with custom builds producing 180 to 200+ hp, up from the ~39 hp they made from the factory.
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The Baja chassis includes a full roll cage, independent front and rear suspension, with single Exit shock absorbers on each front wheel and twin Exit shocks for each wheel in the rear. The wheels are external to the body of the car in order to allow full freedom of movement with no concerns about wheel arch clearance. 15 inch custom three-piece billet OMF performance racing wheels are fitted to all four corners (and one on the roof) with Maxxis Bighorn off-road tires.
Baja Porsche 911
A roof rack provides space for a spare wheel with a little room to spare for additional supplies, and there are two sets of Bully Dog LED light bars, with no traditional headlights used. The only piece of glass is the windscreen, the side and rear windows are removed for both airflow and safety reasons.
Inside the Baja 911 there are twin racing bucket seats, Autometer gauges, a flat-bottomed steering wheel, and side-intrusion bars. As you would expect there's a full ARC audio system installed, and just to finish things off the chassis and underside of the body have been coated with U-POL Raptor lining, with stealth paint used on the body that was purchased directly from the Air Force surplus department - it's listed as being the same finish used on the Stealth Bomber.