One of the members of the Canepa Motorsports Museum, this 1985 Porsche 962C is a fan favorite among many Porsche enthusiasts and racing fans and for good reason. Besides its stunning good looks, the Porsche 962C platform is one of the most winning and respected racing platforms of all time. This factory “Werks” car is […]
This fantastic Porsche 911 “962 Twin Turbo Speedster” is for sale at Canepa. Click here to see more photos and video. Introduced in 1989 as the Porsche 911 Speedster, the limited low-windshield 911 was an immediate hit. Taking styling cues from the late 50’s 356 Speedster, the modern version sported both narrow and wide hips, […]
This fantastic 1992 Porsche 911 Carrera RS is available for sale at Canepa. Click here to see more: 1992 Porsche 911 Carrera RS Porsche has made a name for their special edition lightweight cars beginning with the Carrera RS moniker that made its first debut in 1973. The RS designation would return in 1992 with […]
Take a seat as Canepa tears down and builds a Porsche 917/30 engine, all over the course of 4 minutes!
American big-block power, with the performance characteristics (and noise) of a rocket ship. IMSA Corvettes were some of the loudest, brash, and most powerful cars to ever run in the series. This 1977 Chevrolet Corvette IMSA “SuperVette” is one of two ever built. Designed by Bob Riley, with the chassis built by Charlie Selix and […]
Yesterday was the tear down of a Porsche 917/10 engine, today is the buildup of a Porsche 917/30 engine. Both versions of the engines are quite similar, with the Porsche 917/30 notably having a larger displacement of 5.4-liter version vs. the standard 5.0-liter twin-turbocharged engine from the 917/10 (although some American-based race teams had 5.4-liter […]
Porsche 917/10 Engine Teardown. The Porsche 917 engine is a marvel of engineering wrapped together in a tidy mechanical package. Once you tear down an engine and start to see all of the gears that drive the engine and its camshafts, fan drive, etc., you start to understand why it has its signature mechanical sounds. […]