My friend Greg sent me pics today of a 914 he got from his neighbor. It's a little modified and had a Chevy 350 in it. Luckily, he just happens to have a dirt track car with a hopped up Chevy 350. So he grabbed a Porsche gearbox from me and his monster engine, and track day it is!
Not sure how much of the body work he will keep but he is looking for some box flares if anyone has any they can cut off. You can drop them at my booth at Hershey so no shipping issues.
Another one saved!
He will also be looking to sell the wheels since he is going wider. I have some super wide ones he can use. I can bring the wheels to Hershey so no shipping issues there either.
There are whale tails, and then there are WHALE TAILS. My goodness that gets your attention.
Yay!!! Nice wheels.....
Oh my, that one needs some touch up paint. Glad you found it!
On the other hand, put a monster small block in but leave the stock wheels on. That could be very entertaining.
Personally, I don't mind seeing whale tails . . . . wait . . . I meant the other kind.
Yeah the duck tail is friendlier to the eyes if you really gotta have one.
I would be interested in the Fuchs wheels. Is there 4 of them? Let me know.
the perfect car for a GT steel flare replica
Does this make my butt look big?
That's the exact same front bumper I have. Never seen it on another 914 so that's kinda cool
that whale tail must weigh a ton.
even in so called light weight fibre glass. (and married bog).
i suppose thats downforce?
looks like sh%t - regardless.
dr. 914 is right. turn it into a GT clone.
jesus people did bad things to piech's masterpiece.
but its proof he was 50 years in front of his time?
but at same time secretly pleased america is full of bogans too,
What's the plan for this 914 Clay? Get'er back on the road as stock or open the creativity box?
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