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1966 Porsche 912

November 11, 2015 / 0 Comments / 93 / AZEUROS

This 912 has been owned and restored by a close friend, and it is now time for him to move on. He has a small collection of vehicles, but with limited space and changes in his life, he has decided it is time to move the ’66 Porsche.

Below are his own words regarding the vehicle:

“It’s time to put my 1966 Porsche 912 up for sale. I bought this car several years ago and I’ve been slowly restoring it ever since. As with any long-term restoration project, there are things that I could have done better, things that I would have done differently, and there are always things that could still be done. Since I bought this car, I’ve had a lot of life changes and keeping this beautiful Porsche does not fit into my plans for the future.

When I found this Porsche, it was sitting neglected in the back yard of a house in South Phoenix. A friend and I took a trailer over and picked it up and that started my journey in attempting to bring this beautiful car back to life. I have a detailed history and timeline of my process in restoring this 912, which can be found here…

http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?4356178-I-picked-up-my-Porsche-912-today

I knew very little about classic Porsches when I purchased this 912. I had owned several vintage Volkswagens in the past, but this was my first experience with an air-cooled Porsche. I’ve had an amazing time working with, playing with, and learning about this beautiful piece of automotive history. It is time to move on and let someone else love it and make it their own.

I have the certificate of authenticity from Porsche verifying the original color combination to be Slate Gray with Red interior. When I got the car, the paint was very old and faded. The interior was recovered with very 80’s-esque gray velour that looked like it came straight out of the GM catalogue. I’ve since returned the interior to its proper red, and I had a complete repaint in Slate Gray. According to the certificate of authenticity, my car was also equipped with the original 5-speed transmission and the original engine that it left the factory with. Making this a 100% numbers matching car. Unfortunately, the original engine suffered a devastating loss a few months ago and was recently replaced with a different, completely stock 912 air-cooled motor. I do still have the original damaged engine case and that will be included with the sale of the car if the buyer wishes to have it. Karmann built this Porsche, and it is the 348th 912 built for the 1966 model year. It is a very early 912, with the perfect combination of options, Slate Gray, red interior, 5-speed transmission, and 3-gauge dash cluster.

The complete restoration history dating to the day I picked it up, including many, many pictures can be found in the link above. Most questions can probably be answered by reading through the posts in that thread. If you happen to have any additional questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.”


















Sprint Blue Allroad

September 8, 2015 / 0 Comments / 361 / AZEUROS

You may remember a similar post from last year; but we are excited to share that we have come across another Sprint Blue Allroad, also known as the Olympic Blue Allroad.

Audi only offered 10 Sprint Blue Allroads for sale. They have a unique history, ranging back to the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. There is a lot of info out there to explain more about them, but AZ Euros is proud to own a 2nd one of the 10 produced.

The Allroad is a unique vehicle that many Audi lovers either love, or could do without. Those who love this Avant, are usually the same type of enthusiasts who can enjoy this car with a 6 speed manual transmission. The only problem is that Audi only offered these 10 allroads with the Automatic TipTronic transmissions. With the help of the allroad gurus, we have been told that at least half of the original 10 have been swapped to a 6 speed manual transmission, including the one that we swapped in 2014. These allroads seem to stick with their owners for quite some time with their known rarity, and rarely switch hands. Well, here may be a rare chance for you to snag this historic allroad if you have been looking.

We received this allroad with an intermittent torque converter fault (quite common on these Automatic TipTronic transmissions) so we have decided that this allroad is receiving a 6 speed manual transmission at this time. The parts were already sitting at the shop, waiting for the next car that needed the parts, so we have immediately started to get this swap completed on this allroad, and the car is available to anyone who wants it. As of October 8, 2015, the car is available, despite the many phone calls and emails that we have received on it. We did put the word out to the Allroad following, and we don’t expect it to hang around very long. If interested, please feel free to contact AZ Euros, and we’d love to talk more about it.


A quick update on the progress. We spent a week out of the shop this last month, and we are back at it. The 6 speed tranny is in, along with the 3 pedal set, and we are getting this back together. Before too long, it will be shifting gears.

Oct 15, 2015 UPDATE: The allroad is officially completed, and 100% ready for sale. See SHOWROOM link for pricing.

Here is a list of work that has been completed by us, as we have done the swap.

Full 01E (late style) swap with all OEM parts from 02 A6 Including matching rear diff, driveshaft (inspected center support bearing, OK).
Pedal set w/ switches, Cruise control wired and operating properly
Reverse lights operating properly, ECU flashed with Stock APB Manual transmission software, ABS module coded correctly.
Instrument cluster coded correctly w/ 100% working Center display screen, TCU removed from Can Bus and connector properly stowed.
01E was freshly rebuilt by Audis4Parts in Tucson, Az. An updated 1-2 shift collar was installed at time of service.
Fresh 75w-90 Full synthetic gear oil was filled after trans service.
OEM Clutch, Flywheel, Pressure plate with 55k miles was inspected and installed.
NEW OEM Throwout bearing.
NEW OEM Pilot bearing.
Valve cover gaskets replaced.
Coolant expansion tank replaced.
Entire front Control-Arm kit replaced (not just bushings, all the ACTUAL arms were replaced including new Ball joints).
RF Arnott (lifetime warranty) Air Strut installed.
Air suspension is leak free and working properly.
Brakes were all inspected and approx 60-70% pad life left, no shimmy or vibration felt during braking.
Full Brake fluid and clutch fluid flushed with Fresh DOT 4.
Engine mounts, timing belt, water pump, and cam seals inspected, and found to be in good shape and not needing replacement.

No faults in ECU, ABS.
No dash lights.
No leaks.

At the time the pics were taken, the milage reads exactly 122k. We will put a few miles on it and enjoy it, until we take a deposit on the car. The car has all functioning power seats, power windows, moonroof. Hotchkis front and rear sway bars. We decided to leave the stock steering wheel in the car, even though it still has the TipTronic shift buttons. The reason for this is that we feel the steering wheel controls are still efficient and functioning with the stock head unit. If the new owner wants to change out the wheel and/or head unit, we’ll leave that up to them. We have 1 switchblade remote key for the car. Seats and interior are in great condition. The rear seat cup holders function, along with the rear heated seats. The cup holder that folds out by the e-brake handle, does not lock down in its position, but what would an Audi be without at least 1 broken cup holder? (Sorry, lame Audi humor)

Wheels are Ronal wheels with Nitto Motivo tires in size 245/45/18. Tires are near new and in great condition. Rear cargo mat, rear cargo cover, floor mats, spare tire, tint. Exterior paint is in good shape for a 13 year old car. The front end does show some chips in the paint. A few minor dings which could be removed by paintless dent repair.

VIN WA1YD64B52N073399 and there is a link to the Carfax report under the SHOWROOM tab.

Very excited to offer another Sprint Blue allroad with a 6MT to the Audi Enthusiast crowd. We now have 2 of the 10 swaps completed in our shop, and hope that the new owner has many years of proud ownership. Please feel free to contact us with any interest or questions.

Enjoy the pics!

“Oldie but Goodie” 92 URS4

June 29, 2015 / 0 Comments / 87 / AZEUROS

A return customer of ours owns this beautiful 92 URS4. With an upgraded Euro spec K04 turbo, intercooler and bigger injectors this AAN is still pumping out power even with over 203k miles. Most recently we performed an A/C service, fan clutch install and 034 Motorsports Catch can. Here are pictures of how we spent this morning in the shop.

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Porsche 964 Reseal

June 24, 2015 / 0 Comments / 223 / AZEUROS

As you may know the 911/964 3.6L engines are prone to oil leaks. Primarily at the base gaskets, but this particular one had an excessive leak coming from the Case “Through Bolts”. We removed the heart from this otherwise clean C2 and started tare down. Once completed this engine will be pumping hot air once again…leak free !! Stay tuned for the completion of this 1990 Porsche C2 re-seal.

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2001 “Big Body” 740i

June 23, 2015 / 0 Comments / 96 / AZEUROS

We love sharing some of the work that goes through the shop here at Az Euros. This special E38 740i was brought in requesting a full timing chain guide and tensioner job. Along the way we will be repairing all the failure points on this M62TU. Of course we can’t hide the fact that this 7 series has been fully swapped to a 6 speed manual transmission. Makes saving this particular one that much more special.

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