Jack Olsen’s 1972 Porsche 911

This video about Jack Olsen’s Porsche 911 has been out for a while , but it is worth watching. Jack’s goal was to build a 911 that is a daily driver but also could compete on the track. To build his ultimate Porsche he cherry picked the best parts from different generations. The 272 horsepower … Read more

Porsche 911 with LS7

Two videos of a Porsche 911 with a LS7 motor swap. The first video is just a walk-around while the second show the car driving off. Everyone has an opinion on this type of swap as evidence by the source link below. Source: VWVortex

1968 Porsche 911 with a VW Bug Engine

Take a 1968 Porsche, a Volkswagon 1.7 L Bug engine and a faux aged paint job and you have yourself a car that is going to start a lot of “conversations”. The car didn’t arrive with an engine so you can’t get onto them for getting rid of a flat four. The transmission came from … Read more

Porsche 911 with Some Bowtie in the Trunk

Talk about a tight fit. This Porsche 911 has a supercharge LS1 V8 stuffed in the back replacing the original flat 6. One might think that the V8 would be heavier but thanks to a lot of aluminum the LS1 is lighter then the original engine the driver shaved off around 21 pounds total. No … Read more

1981 Porsche 911 with a Cadillac Big-Block V8

This 1981 Porsche 911 Targa was built by M.D. Brooks from Newport Beach, California. The factory motor was replaced with a 1970 Cadillac Eldorado 500 ci V8 which produces 517 horsepower and at least 600 lb-ft of torque. Maximum Torque Specialties built the fully balanced engine with Bulldog aluminum heads, upgraded camshaft, and small bore. … Read more