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The SWB 1968L is as close to an 'S' as you can get - without the large premium.

This was the year that Porsche couldn't sell the 911S in America due to the new 'smog' laws. Their solution? Replace the 'S' motor with a normal one.

My solution? Build a new motor to 'S' specs!

1968 911L 

This car was purchased and privately imported from the US in 2008 with the view to build a fun road and tarmac rally weekend car. 


It is a LHD US delivered car with VIN 11805379, has full Australian registration comes with the coolest plates available  -SWB 911

While the car was prepared with tarmac rallying in mind, it does perform well on the circuit and is very entertaining on the road! 


It is a nice, early SWB 911 but is not a concourse,  matching numbers car.

If you are looking for a trailer queen or a car just to polish, it won't be suitable.

Perfect though for a Gruppe R type road car or classic Targa rally special. 


And you won't stress about the first stone chip.


The engine has has a complete rebuild with only 5000km since. 

Simon Greenwood from AUTOWERKS has carried out all work on the car.

Forged high compression pistons (2.3l) with oil squirters

Twin plugged motor 

Hydraulic tensioners

New driveshafts

Braided brake lines

New suspension and turbo tie rods

Rebuilt close ratio gearbox (901)

FIA harnesses

Fire extinguishers

Half bolt in cage

Wiring and mount for Rallysafe

CAMS log book

Tow hooks

R spec tyres




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