1974 Porsche 914 with factory 2.0 Liter, Excellent mechanical and cosmetic Arizona car w no rust issues prior or present. The yellow exterior was repainted a few years ago and has help up excellent with only some minimal chips that are disclosed in the photos, all bosy lines are straight, doors align and shut well, all weather striping is good and not dried out, glass through out the car is excellent, the removeable Targa top is like new, tires are good with the car being aligned and all four wheels high speed balanced, the car drives outstanding. The 2.0 Liter Motor has been completely rebuilt as well as the transmission and a clutch the bill was almost 17000 there is a copy of the receipt in the photos. A oil cooler was installed in the front bonnet, Interior is stock with an upgraded cd player added, some small cracks to top of dash. A wonderful example of a two liter 914, this car is quick, it handles and brakes as it should and will put a smile on your face.
Motor is original block, Upgraded cam, roller rockers, 48 MM carbs, clevlite bearings, al detailed on receipt there is aprox 2000 Miles since completed.
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
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