She's My Little Rock n Roll is a gorgeous Conda Green, 1970 Porsche 911T that is still owned by the original owner's family. I had the good fortune to see all of the service records including the original window sticker. What an honor to work on a piece of well cared for Porsche history like this!
Miss Rock n Roll was oozing oil from too many areas to count and suffered from a serious carb issue. She had previously been upgraded with 93mm Mahle Motorsport pistons on her 66mm crank making a very high compression, short stroke 2.7L. Unfortunately we did not get to hear her sing before we had to take her apart, but we can't wait to get her back rolling under her own power with a few little tweaks here and there to make her even more formidable!!!
Update: After spending a few months at Ollie's Machine in Arizona, Little RnR's case has returned. We are well underway with the rebuild and sourcing some hard to find pieces and bits to make sure everything goes back together in the best way possible. The Weber carbs have been rebuilt with the utmost care and the original fan and housing have been restored to original condition. Overall this motor is turning out to be quite the little gem.
Update 2: Little RnR has her motor and first start has occurred (check the blog page for video). Now we are sorting out a few other mechanical items. All four calipers have been rebuilt. New fuel tank and fuel lines all the way through. Custom MSD installation ensuring a classic look and designed for servicability. She's been detailed and looks better than ever with her new deep six Fuchs. A few little items and we should be able to have a final update!
Update 3: Little RnR was the star of a LeMans tribute dinner the local PCA held since she was built in 1970, the first year Porsche won Lemans. We grew quite fond of this little girl over the past few months so it was with mixed feelings we said goodbye to her today. But she's headed home to enjoy the open road with her caretaker. Godspeed Little Miss Rock n Roll. See ya for your 1k check up!