1967, Porsche 910 spare chassis - body project
This authentic 910 chassis-body was built by BBR (Bill Bradley Racing, Fellbach) in the 70's. BBR was the official 910 customer repair shop with written permission by Porsche AG. It is a spare part - has NO vin number. It comes with many period original parts. New rebuilt original 910 gearbox, 910 engine case in magnesium or alloy
to chose and 75% of the engine parts. With 2 rear sections, one narrow one wide for larger tires. Stored in Switzerland.
It will take about 200-250K in parts and labor to finish the project in high quality.
1970, 917K spare chassis-body
Spare part 917K chases and mounted body.
1978, PORSCHE 936 Jr.
To celebrate the Le Mans victory, Porsche marketing introduced for a limited number of clients this fantastic 1:2 scale model. Motorized with a 5HP engine, 2 forward and reverse gear, full suspension, disc brake and all the proper lights and electric starter. This one is #134, it is in nearly perfect original condition. Runs fine and was used very little.
A must have for every serious Porsche collection.
Posche 547/1 rebuilt engine
Original rare Porsche 4-cam 1500 GS 547/1 engine. Rebuilt ca 1995 by Armin Baumann, since then only 2000 km. With correct 4 bolt Solex, Hirth roller crank.
Stored in the US. Engine Nr. 90944, delivered in a 356A Coupe VIN 103663 in 1958.
Porsche 356 sculpture - 111 Years Reutter company
This massive, wonderfull 356 sculpture is inspired from the silver 356 model to celebrate the 111 year anniversary of Reutter coach company. 1906-2018. They made most of the 356 cars. All you see, feel and touch on a 356 is made by Reutter. Body, paint, interior.
They had the brilliant idea to have a 111 pieces limited production made of this model. Hand crafted in bronze with a wonderful bronze silver finish. It weighs nearly 4 KG - 9 pounds and measures 35 cm (one foot) It comes in a numbered, hand made wooden box, with a Reutter shop towel and a matching branded car cover. All models are numbered xxx/111
To inquire or order contact Guido Eickholz at
PORSCHE 916, 4 - cam 911 engine
The Porsche 916 engine is the most unknown but also the most fascinating race engine Porsche, especially Hans Mezger, developed. Work started early 1967. For an initial production parts were ordered for 10 engines. They were used in the 911R and also for testing in the 910. The power was very good but the overall performance was not fully developed. During this development, the FIA rules got changed to 3L for Sport Prototype cars. Mezger took the 916 engine and added 2 more cylinders to create the 908 3L engine. Later on, the same 4-cam layout became the famous 917 12 cylinder engine.
At the time, there was no funds and time to further develop this incredible 4-cam 6 cylinder 911 engine. The people involved with this project at the time kept dreaming to finish their work. Luckily they kept all of theirs notes and records.
Now, finally all of their ideas came together to build this engines again, with displacement from 2.0 - 2.5 and even up to 3.0 L. The first two engines are running and the performance is VERY impressive. Exactly as Mr. Mezger had calculated at the time but never got the possibly to finish his work.
There may be some confusion about the Type number 916. The same number was also given to the 914-6 2.4S project car. That project got stopped when Porsche and VAG split again and the development on the 914-6 stopped. To replace that car, the 2.7RS was introduced in a hurry to have a top of the line performance car for the race drivers.
This 914-916 project has nothing to do with the real 916 race engine.
911 Type 3.0 RSR race engine NEW
Built by one of the best Swiss engine builders HP Sutter. Engine case prepared SC 3L, Crank polished standard size, all new bearings, connecting rod polished steel , new MAHLE sport piston cylinders 10,6:1, heads fully flow prepared 43/43mm, twin plug with Bosch (replica) distributor, racing oil filter, high butterfly alloy 50mm, SC/RS type air housing, cams 964Cup, cold start valve, racing flywheel, exhaust race heaters with Eisenmann sport street twin pipe muffler. Ca 280 to 290 HP, great low torque for track, street or Rally use.