Porsche: 1976 914 2.0, D-Jetronic Fuel Injection, Sunshine Yellow
$14,900, but now $7,700
This is a daily drivable attention grabbing chick/guy magnet!
Restored and rebuilt from crankshaft out and the taillights in.
• Less than 1,000 miles on a completely rebuilt engine, at 52,737. The work, for a mere $6,155.54 was performed by well-known Porsche trained mechanic John Bradley at Sterling Service in Denver. John came out of semi-retirement to lend his expertise to this project.
• Body and chassis completely dis-assembled, reinforced and repainted. The paint is specialized DuPont Centari acrylic enamel, code L13K 0ver $12,000 was invested in this phase of the restoration
• Bearings, seals, tires, fuel system parts, fuel tank, wiring, wheels, heating, and sound system components brought the total restoration investment to over $25,000. (And yes, all records are available.)
• Factory air-conditioning was removed to lighten and enhance performance. 110 around C-470 is possible (although not recommended for children under the age of 35.)
• Currently is validly licensed in the state of Colorado, passing all emissions testing every year since 2010
• Acquired from its original owner in 2002; all work records available since that time
• In case you have forgotten, dimensions are:
Overall Inches Feet
Length 159.4 13.28
Width 65 5.42
Height 48.4 4.03
What would I do if I were to keep the car?
• Install the MSDS High-Flow Air system that comes with the car
• Replace the seats with Recaro racing seats and upgrade the interior upholstery
• Realign the truck and light covers
• Find the missing “C” for the back engine compartment lid
• Install a passenger side rearview mirror
• Replace the original shift linkage with a short-throw completion box
• Get a radar detector (grump)
• Maybe upgrade the wheels from stock to