This 1971 911 shell arrived at Mark's shop alongside a twin-plugged 3.4 liter engine with PMO carburetors pushing out just over 300 HP. He has since installed all wiring harnesses, interior, engine, Tarett Engineering anti-sway bars, hollow 23 and 31 mm torsion bars, Bilstein Sport Shocks, StopTech brakes and had every single fastener & misc hardware zinc plated for that extra 'pop'.
It is safe to say this one is rotisserie grade!
Mark often supports local private build efforts and few have been more popular than Dave Kealoha's offerings on Bring a Trailer (a.k.a. "Hawaiian Dave").
It's easy to see why Mark is the 'go-to' for having something done right, the first time, to a degree warranting national recognition.
(and careful viewing the library below as some photos may be judged 'Not Safe For Work' lol)
Mark's relationship with Ed Muscat, a local collector and long-time Porsche enthusiast, has blossomed into nearly a full-time effort re-imagining and restoring G body chassis. So much so that Ed found a business space with the elbow room and storage area that keeps all the projects organized and also serves as a new home for both Kinninger Racing and Ed's Coupes.
While this may spell bad news for Mark's immediate availability, it just goes to show the demand for his talents and artisan craftsmanship.