LS1 V8 Power: 1993 Porsche 968

The Porsche 968 was the final chapter of the long line of front engine Porsche sports car that started in 1976 with the 924. The 968 didn’t have a grunty V8 like the 928 or boosted potential like the 944 Turbo, but it has one of the better shapes from the front-engine Porsche era and the pop-up headlights are just icing on the cake.  Find this 1993 Porsche 968 with LS1 V8 offered for a trade for a Shelby Cobra, Triple weber 240Z, Pantera, or best offer, located in Miami, FL via craigslist.

This wasn’t just a weekend swap project  for the builder, because the 968 has a fully customized suspension (with KW coilovers, camber plates, racing bushings), 993 turbo brakes, some custom interior pieces, and a recent (?) respray in Guards Red.

The 5.7 liter LS1 V8 under the hood  has an aftermarket camshaft, an LS2 intake, big throttle body, headers, and a racing exhaust — it should make well more than the original 350 horsepower.  It is mated to the original Porsche 6-speed manual transaxle located out back and equipped with a Torsen limited slip diff.

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