Price is in USD.
My 1974 Porsche 914 1.8L. I've had this car for 5 years now and
have spent a bit of money making it the way I wanted it for track
days in Calgary but now we don't have a track to go to.
Roll cage with removable side impact bars.
1.8 L H4 engine, done up to a 2.0 L with updated original ECU.
Porsche 911 front end and suspension with vented brakes all around. Now brake jobs are cheap!
911 master cylinder.
Porsche 944 rims front and rear with a spare.
Original heat exchanger and piping have been removed.
The roof has custom hinges due to the roll bar being in the way.
Body and paint were done 2 years ago. Steel fender flares installed and fiberglass door skins.
Speaker LED headlights and fog lights.
Front fascia, bumper, entire hood and front edges of fender flares are 3M rock guarded.
I have pics of paint and body from start to finish.
This car is almost one of a kind and stops traffic anywhere you go.
Possible partial trade for cafe racer style motorcycle only.
Buyer responsible for transport!
If you showed up at a Porsche club meeting even 20 years ago with a 914, you likely would be viewed as barely qualifying for membership.
At a recent Porsche club gathering, the talk was all about 914s as a number of the low, lean mid-engine sports cars from the early ’70s rolled into the parking lot.
The Porsche 914 is a model that was unloved and discounted by Porsche purists almost since its introduction.
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