1982 Porsche 928 With A Toyota V12

1982 Porsche 928 With A Toyota 1GZ-FE V12

This is another example proving any swap is possible with enough talent and time. Jeff Mauldin took a 1982 Porsche 928 and installed a Toyota 1GZ-FE V12 and with the help of an adapter built by Rob Mott, connect it to a 2002 Corvette six-speed T-56 transaxle. The engine is controlled by a MS3-Pro ECU and was tuned by Scott Thompson. All three are part of Piranha Brothers Garage, a collaboration team who despite living in different parts of the country were able to help build one amazing Porsche 928. The project turned out so well that Rob Mott plans on building one for himself.

1982 Porsche 928 With A Toyota 1GZ-FE V12

1982 Porsche 928 With A Toyota 1GZ-FE V12

Toyota 1GZ-FE V12 inside 1982 Porsche 928 engine bay

Toyota 1GZ-FE V12 adapter to Corvette T-56 torque tube

Toyota 1GZ-FE V12 inside 1982 Porsche 928 engine bay

Toyota 1GZ-FE V12 inside 1982 Porsche 928 engine bay

Source: Rennlist (build thread) via Daily Turismo

2 Comments

  1. Frank Irvine

    Wow,
    Nice job&with owning a 928 (same colour),every thing underneath is tight tight(on a 928) anyway let alone a V12
    That’s something else
    Such a “Wolf” in sheeps clothing that car,even the oem rear muffler
    Love it
    Nothing like a V12 on full song
    I didn’t realize Toyota made a V12 and looks beautifully made (plus it wouldn’t drip oil like other V 12’s i could mention)
    Be a nice conversion to do for sure&i like the touch on the hood for clearance
    Very tastefully done
    I’d like to convert for sure
    Top Job fellas
    Cheers
    Frank

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