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Registered as a 1970 VW

Kit was built in 1990 by Castle Fabrication

Front disc brakes

Heavy duty transmission 

388 ring and pinion

2275 High Performance engine

Car has 1200 miles on it

Have all documentation

$15000959.1959.2959.3959.4959111121015

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I just have the invoice on the engine 2275 High Performance 

3200 was the cost in 1990 

I know very little about these engines other than the dual webers 

I will look in my packet for more info

Alan Merklin posted:

This is the nicest 959 replica and  just my .02

I was thinking the same thing. The silver color really makes it. Although I can't explain why this car does but it just looks good. And I've never really been a fan of this reproduction.

IaM-Ray posted:

Seems we all have the same opinion, I like it. 

What kind of wheels are those and do you have a top for it?

Those are Cayman wheels off of a 2007.....I don't have a top...the 356 speedster top is the same. I can get a top made locally for addition cost.

CMC called it a 359 - a replica of the original 959.  The silver does look sharp - most seem to be red.

 

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Smith423 posted:

I just have the invoice on the engine 2275 High Performance 

3200 was the cost in 1990 

I know very little about these engines other than the dual webers 

I will look in my packet for more info

As people have said- great looking car!

Just so you know- those are dual kadrons pictured in the engine shot, not dual Webers. Kadrons are single barreled carburetors, and usually found on milder, small (sub 2 liter) engines. How high does it rev before the power falls off? 

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