"There are no old Porsches, just new owners." Such is the saying about those unique rear-engined German sports cars, and we couldn't pass up showing you this one that's especially unique. Shown here is Charles Navarro's 1966 Porsche 912 that's been, shall we say, upgraded. The original car's 1600cc, 95-hp flat-four has been punched out to 1883cc with a big bore kit, designed by Navarro himself. Navarro is an engineer by trade and actually formed a small company called LN Engineering as a college project in the late '90s. Now, before you start accusing us of using valuable blog space to hock product, know that LN Engineering appears to be a very small-time operation and Navarro claims outright he's not looking for riches, rather just a way to use his skills, be his own boss, and above all make sure these cars are preserved and appreciated for a long time to come. A noble pursuit, sir.

But enough of us talking, Navarro has his own blog devoted to the build up his 1966 Porsche 912 that begins from the moment he picked up the car with over 250,000 miles on the odo. Needless to say, the car is practically showroom fresh at this point, and Navarro's actually ready to move on to a new project, so if you like this RR of the Day and can match the $20k asking price, the car is yours.

Another pic of Navarro's Porsche 912 be found after the jump.

If you'd like to see your own ride featured here, simply upload photos of your ride into our Flickr group. We select one image to highlight each week day, and on the weekend let you vote for the RR of the Week. Detailed instructions can be found after the jump.




How to submit to RR of the Day:
Create a
Flickr account if you don't already have one. Search for and join the group called 'Autoblog RR of the Day'. Upload up to three photos of your ride to your own account at a size no larger than 450 pixels wide if possible and include as much information about it and yourself as possible. Even if your ride is sweet, it will not be chosen if there's not a lot of info accompanying it. Click on each photo and just above the picture it will say "Send to group". Click that and select the Autoblog group. You're done, that's it!