Zuffenhaus client is offering his 1974 911 with 930S body conversion for sale. The 911 is in great structural shape, with Air Conditioning, Seat, and Engine upgrades. Seats have been replaced with cloth RS America Sport Seats, and wired correctly for power adjust. Windows have also been upgraded to power units. Engine has been upgraded to 3.2 with PMOs and dual-out stainless exhaust. Wheels are vintage 15″ Gottis. Interested parties please email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information and pricing.
Rainy day at Zuffenhaus.
We thought we’d share a couple of pictures of QC checking during wheel pre-assembly on a beautiful Friday morning. Have a great weekend!
A quick image from today, showing Mary and her right hand rear quarter panel plug, in the shop for visual checking/verification of the shape/details before final handwork.
Test fitting of the 18″ RSR Center Lock Wheel center with the Porsche Center Lock Hub and corresponding nut. Everything looks good!
Work continues on the Zuffenhaus Products 18″ 3-piece RSR Center Lock Wheel center, as you can see in the video: if the video doesn’t show, click here Look for this product to debut on a handful of notable builds, including the Zuffenhaus Mary Stuart RSR project. In the meantime, here it is in digital format, followed by the prototype in process:
Some photos from today – Zuffenhaus Products 2.8RSR Calipers in production!
Hello Porsche Center Locks. It’s now time to do those ’74 RSRs, 934 and 935 builds properly! These are Zuffenhaus Products Rear Center Lock Hubs for 930 Trailing Arms, fresh from getting their stub axle splines created. These are en route to drilling and Drive Pin installation, and final coating. Look for these in the marketplace in 2012.
(this is an iPhone app test. How’d I do?) Here’s something a little off the beaten path for your local Porsche service shop: This is the second endurance testing session on the Brake Dyno. After two hours of abuse, we decided to go all-in and test the caliper to destruction – until we exceeded the maximum hydraulic pressure of the testing equipment without caliper failure. (We give up, time to put these things on a car and use them in anger.) In addition to continuing testing on the Zuffenhaus 2.8RSR Caliper as shown above, we’re building out inventory of peripherals …
Yes, I am the world’s worst blogger. Despite the excellent example John Glynn sets, I simply forget about this tool. So, once again I attempt to change my ways and offer you all this- a short clip of our 18inch RSR Center Lock wheel prototyping: This wheel is being developed as an alternative to the (now very old) original Center Lock wheels on vintage Porsches and will be constructed as a 3-piece wheel (the part above is the narrow version for cars with 9/11 inch flares) in the manner of our popular 17inch Fuchs-style 3-piece line. The new wheel will …