Need a heel/toe aid for your vintage 911? Why not follow the factory lead? Here is our first reproduction of the throttle pedal extension used on the 1973 R7 ‘Mary Stuart’ RSR Prototype: CNC machined from 18mm marine-grade plywood for long life, this extension will help position the face of the pedal to better utilize the available factory adjustments. These extensions closely follow the pattern and dimensions of the hand-made original and will be finished in black to wear and patina with use like the real thing: Installs with provided screws into the factory pedal face for secure mounting. …
more work on the Mary Stuart RSR tribute; reproducing historic pre-Momo prototype wheel. Low tech high tech, whatever it takes.
Backdated 3.6L In Search Of Loving Home. – and suddenly here is an opportunity! Due to change of direction on a client build, this 3.6L backdated engine is available for purchase. Built from a 964 engine, and using 993 heads, 3.2L fan and alternator and custom RSR shroud, it has zero miles since assembly, and has brand new 50mm PMOs. Check it out: It’s already on a pallet and ready to be strapped down and have a stamp glued to it. 993 heat exchangers, new fan and alternator, ready for your choice of 12 plug distributor (or other ignition) and …
MFI for Mary.
It’s been a while since we’ve updated; as we’ve been quite busy (and thankful for that!) since our last post. We’ve been sorting our Celette benches, adding some in-house prototyping capability, continuing physical upfit (construction) of the facility, and making some strides on the Mary Stuart RSR project. Let’s talk about Mary. She’s getting proper MFI. (If you know anything about us, you know this makes for big smiles around here.) The engine for this project is a 3.9l based on a 3.6, and as such was not designed for use with mechanical fuel injection, although the mounting bosses for the …
Zuchs on 930 – Aggressive Fitment
You asked for it: more aggressive Zuchs fitment for wide body Porsches. The rise in popularity of the Singer Vehicle Design 911 equipped with the Zuffenhaus-Fuchs (Zuchs!) has drawn attention to the flush-fitting wheel aesthetic within the Porsche community. As a result, Zuffenhaus has been getting requests to configure the 3-piece 17inch Fuchs-styled wheels more aggressively – to really fill out the body work and get as much ‘dish’ (deep outer lip) as possible. Here’s the result: Front 3/4 view Rear 3/4 And a side view to show off the RSR Finish. 😉 Let us know when you are ready …
2013 RGRUPPE TREFFEN
Some quick shots from this morning’s parking lot:
964 Backdate RSR
Just a quickie for Friday. This is the long overdue 964-to-1972 RSR build, on the rack for suspension rough-in. It’s the business, most assuredly. Initial rough-in is for ride height and rake decision-making, as well as creating a square and level base for hanging the front bodywork. Normally we’d set up a 964 nearly flat at the sills, but it just won’t say ‘911’ without some rake. This RSR is sans interior, trunk lid, fenders, fuel tank, and bumpers, but is respectably light even at this stage: Not bad for all-steel with sound-deadening. Completed project will have stereo, AC, and …
1974 RSR Endurance Calipers!
Ever seen any 1974 RSR endurance calipers? In person? We’ve finished up a cosmetic resurfacing and crossover line replacement on these historic pieces, and I thought you guys would appreciate some pictures before they are put back into service. Here they are on the Zuffenhaus conference table, prior to packing: :thumbs up:
Mary Stuart RSR Update
A quick update. Followers of the MSRSR project will understand. – and one up skirt shot:
Glamour Shot; DP 935/Street
Just a quick image sent to us by a client of his new Zuffenhaus Fuchs-style wheels on his DP: (courtesy of RPM Sports Cars, Houston)