Revive the Passion – Open heart Surgery

Revive The Passion - Open Heart Surgery

Revive The Passion - Open Heart Surgery

Revive The Passion - Open Heart Surgery

Revive The Passion - Open Heart Surgery

Cutting Edge Secret to Prevent Stroke and Heart Disease Naturally!

Revive The Passion - Open Heart Surgery

heart-disease - Revive The Passion - Open Heart Surgery

Revive The Passion - Open Heart Surgery

Click here to learn the cutting edge secret your doctor will never want you to know!

Revive The Passion - Open Heart Surgery

Revive The Passion - Open Heart Surgery

1 - Revive The Passion - Open Heart Surgery 2 - Revive The Passion - Open Heart Surgery 3 - Revive The Passion - Open Heart Surgery
What Is The Chinese
Secret To Optimum
Blood Pressure?
Why This Is The
Healthiest Oil On Earth?
Click To Learn More
Bring Your Old
Battery Back To Life!
4 - Revive The Passion - Open Heart Surgery 5 - Revive The Passion - Open Heart Surgery 6 - Revive The Passion - Open Heart Surgery
How To Survive In
Bed & Nail Women
Like A Rockstar!
100% of Your
Vital Nutrition In
Just 30 Seconds
How A 2000-Year-Old
Nepalese Secret To Cure
Your Sciatica in 7
DAYS OR LESS

Revive The Passion - Open Heart Surgery

A 911 T US Coupe (1973) was restored by the specialists from Porsche Classic and raffled off among members of the Porsche Club of America afterwards. This video shows the open-heart surgery on the car's engine. More information on

Revive the Passion - Open heart Surgery

A 911 T US Coupe (1973) was restored by the specialists from Porsche Classic and raffled off among members of the Porsche Club of America afterwards. This video shows the open-heart surgery on the car's engine. More information on http://www.porsche.com/classic

20 thoughts on “Revive the Passion – Open heart Surgery

  1. Excellent video, the engine reminds me of the Lycoming engine used in small
    prop powered airplanes. I agree with everyone else posting we need more
    videos like this. Can we see the entire rebuild process? Maybe a series of
    videos on this single story. FLD is on vacation this week…

  2. Could happen many ways… for example dropping a valve (due to engine
    overspeed or improperly adjusted valves) could lead to a damaged or broken
    crankshaft (I’ve seen pistons driven right through the block due to a
    dropped valve!)… or running with low oil perhaps causing components to
    seize and the crank potentially to twist or fracture… I’m sure there are
    many more. Great video, very cool to see all the components laid out.

  3. Since I do non destructive testing for GE, I wondered what type of
    inspections Porsche gives its parts. I’m glad to see it does x-ray which
    shows the entire inside of a part. These techs are some of the luckiest
    guys in the world because they deal with customers who are passionate about
    their cars.

  4. Even though I prefer Ferrari now I did own several Porsches and must admit
    their engineering and race history speaks for itself! What is so true about
    the comments in this video and that I wish I could convince my Ferrari
    friends/owners is that u must drive these cars, use them. You cause more
    damage by letting them sit! Get them out of the garage, life is too short
    for ‘someday’ ! 

  5. Porsche engines are way overrated and weak. They are just high revving
    ticking time bombs that really are just for purist to show and then later
    start it up and put,put away in a slow fashion all the while leaking oil
    out of their poorly designed engine cases. The porsche purist say in a very
    smug arrogant fashion “Hey look at my horrible sounding Porsche engine that
    makes very low power in which I spent 40K for a simple rebuild of the
    engine”. They are some of the most ridiculous bunch.

  6. screw that, I rather fix my own Porsche. that’s pretty much half of the fun
    of owning and old car because it belongs to you, and tailored by you and
    you alone

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *