1974 Porsche 914 1.8L.
This is a great looking and running 914 in a beautiful color!
Complete engine rebuild.
Rebuilt Weber 40IDF Mod70.
SSI stainless heat exchangers (SSI).
Bursch Exhaust System with new Thrust Muffler.
Fuel tank cleaned/ new gaskets/ exterior repainted.
New fuel tank screen.
New stainless steel fuel line in tunnel & engine bay (CFR).
All new rubber fuel lines & filter.
New Fuel Pump Carter Rotary.
Rebuilt 914 front & rear calipers.
New master cylinder.
New stock rubber brake flex lines.
Working parking brakes.
OEM Pedrini Aluminum Wheels 5.5x15.
New Aluminum hub caps 914 Rubber.
Michelin Premier A/S 195/65/15 tires.
New KYB Shocks.
New Front wheel bearings.
Total glass out repaint and body work done in 2010.
Performed by local bodyman/painter that does Porsche 356 and 911.
New Battery Tray and Support. Hell Hole is fine.
Seats have velour inserts.
Good original carpet.
Nice door vinyl, arm rest, and handles.
OEM door rear view mirrors.
Very Good F/R Bumper Tops.
Early chrome front bumper.
Late 73/74 chrome rear bumper.
Rebuilt stock 5 speed manual.
New Clutch / Speedo Cable.
New AGM Miata Battery.
New 009 Type Aftermarket Distributor.
New Bosch Blue Coil.
New STI Spark Plug Wire Set.
New NGK BPE6S Spark Plugs.
Collector car financing available at competitive rates.
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Pick of the Day holds 1975 914-6 holds records at two tracks
The Pick of the Day is a fully documented two-owner sports car
Controversial mid-engine sports car still defined as ‘not a real Porsche’
Daughter’s quest to find a similar 914 to the one he sold decades ago ends up with the very same car
The Pick of the Day is an air-cooled, mid-engine sports car in nice shape with its original working fuel-injection system intact
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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