If you are going to drive a unique 914, why not do so with a unique color. Rare copper Arizona car with very low miles. Solid as a rock with no rust ever. It sat for a while so it took some work to get it pristine. Well over $40,000 documented spent to buy and to get it right. Much of the work done by Auto Atlanta and experts at Steinel Porsche in Cleveland.
Brakes, tires, seals, windshield, interior, shocks, radio, fog lights, cocoa mats, top, bushings, gaskets, sensors, struts/springs, valances
Wheels powder coated and finish is blemish free. Pedal cluster rebuild, valve adjustment and 100 other small nits addressed.
Complete review by Auto Atlanta and every issue of weakness addressed.
Documentation of all renovation work available for review and will be provided with the car. Runs like new and super fun to drive.
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.
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