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Old 10-04-2017, 10:46 AM
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As previously posted, I have an engine and gearbox listed for sale - however, Im posting the entire car for sale at this point as a part out after assessing damage to the car a bit further. The damage is structural to the car, and did not damage a great amount of parts (mainly suspension on the rear), and thus going to parting out the entire car.

The car is as follows:
991.1 GT3 Cup w/6400 miles on it total, it has been meticulously maintained throughout its life and condition of the parts will reflect such.

Things that are available (major items):

- Complete PMNA sealed powertrain (can be seen here: https://rennlist.com/forums/porsche-...e-gearbox.html)

- Large amount of body work, including doors, clean front end/nose, wing

- Electronics such as: Bosch ABS, Shiftec paddle shift system, Motec Piggyback/Cosworth ECU setup, complete wiring loom

- Recaro P1300, mount, harness, side net

- Front suspension assembly, steering rack/pinion, fuel cell/pumps, radiators w/lines

- Complete brake setup (rotors, calipers, lines, etc.)

- VIN is available for purchase as well (tub is not repairable but no use unless re-tubing the car)

Nearly the entire car is available as this outlines, going to take PM's in order on parts available. This car was bought damaged in an as-is basis, and was examined more extensively and some items removed in order to make a decision on it. It definitely needs a re-tub and looking at the option of parting it out and going with a non-damaged car at this point. Photos will be posted soon as well, but wanted to get this up.

PM part numbers, description of parts, anything along those lines and Ill take a look at each of the parts.
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Old 10-04-2017, 12:57 PM
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doesn't seem like much of hit to total the car
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Old 10-04-2017, 01:42 PM
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doesn't seem like much of hit to total the car. did it get left rear upright?
It is a yes and no answer, you can see what it did to the tub and that rail that is cracked (cast Aluminum) goes up into the floor pan which you cannot replace (attached w/self-piercing rivets that can't access to reinstall even if could get a new part).

It did crack the rear carrier on the left rear, but the upright is undamaged at this point (would confirm once taken off the car and inspected).
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Old 10-04-2017, 09:26 PM
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will you sell the wheels on the car?
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Pm me price for Bosch abs unit. Thx
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Old 10-05-2017, 09:13 AM
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Originally Posted by redmonkey928 View Post
It is a yes and no answer, you can see what it did to the tub and that rail that is cracked (cast Aluminum) goes up into the floor pan which you cannot replace (attached w/self-piercing rivets that can't access to reinstall even if could get a new part).

It did crack the rear carrier on the left rear, but the upright is undamaged at this point (would confirm once taken off the car and inspected).
that'll do it. darn aluminum....

i wonder if porsche anticipated the kind of attrition they're seeing with 991 tubs??
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Old 10-06-2017, 10:58 AM
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"i wonder if porsche anticipated the kind of attrition they're seeing with 991 tubs??"

I am sure its all part of the profit plan
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Old 10-07-2017, 05:26 AM
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PM Sent for a few things
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I don't get it????
Does it really make more sense to sell everything off vs. re-tub?
The tub is 12k from Porsche (as an exchange) and labour is about 200hrs.
So with about 30k investment you have a 150k car again.
You think you can get 120k by parting it out?
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Originally Posted by Juha G View Post
I don't get it????
Does it really make more sense to sell everything off vs. re-tub?
The tub is 12k from Porsche (as an exchange) and labour is about 200hrs.
So with about 30k investment you have a 150k car again.
You think you can get 120k by parting it out?
Not 12 k here...We will purchase 5 at 12 k from You today...
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Originally Posted by Glen View Post
Not 12 k here...We will purchase 5 at 12 k from You today...
What is the cost for the exchange chassis in US?

I can check the cost here but I remember it was dirt cheap. The shop I use has re-tubbed two 991s.
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Originally Posted by Juha G View Post
What is the cost for the exchange chassis in US?

I can check the cost here but I remember it was dirt cheap. The shop I use has re-tubbed two 991s.
around 40k at last check I believe...
The credit here is 10k for the owner if you cut up/crush with proof to Porsche...may be worth exploring...i don't think the owner will get the credit unless tub is purchased through local support channel so the 10k probably disappears from the equation.
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Has anyone heard from RedMonkey?
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Originally Posted by Viperbob1
Has anyone heard from RedMonkey?
I've responded in order of inquires - apologize about the slow responses to some.
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