Unfortunately I must make some decisions about my projects as my daughter just announced that she's engaged and you know what that means.....
Something's gotta give.
1974 1.8 chassis in excellent shape, was Alaska blue now a beautiful silver,, five lug conversion with 911 front end. 15 x 6 replica Fuchs, excellent engine bay prep as shown in the photos. Interior needs some resto but it's in good shape, dash is cracked and will need replacement. Rechromed bumpers in perfect condition.
1977 2.7 refreshed, rings and bearings by precision motion in Riverside. Currently as a long block as shown in the pictures. Have collected pieces needed to complete the engine, Rebuilt Weber carbs, fan/alternator assembly, used shroud, aluminum oil tank, used Flywheel. Missing distributor, harness, headers, plug wires.
Also comes with a 901 side shift tranny and Sachs clutch kit.No throw out bearing.
Finish collecting the required parts, put it together and you will have an awesome narrow body!
I hate giving this one up but I have to choose between this and my 1970 project.
I will split the chassis and drivetrain please my separate threads where ei have additional pictures!
$21,000 or nearest offer.
I'll try to post some more photos of the clutch, çarbs, bumpers, etc this weekend or any special photos requested by interested parties.
Thanks for looking. It's going to be a great car for someone.
Bump for a very good car from an excellent community member and trustworthy seller.
(I am going to put my head down and finish my build)
I will consider splitting up the chassis and the engine conversion if there are any parties out there interested.
$14K for the chassis only
$10K for the 2.7L w/Webers and 901 Transmission
Im interested in the 2.7 and bits. sending PM
Went to my storage unit this morning.
I have my hands full with 914 projects otherwise I'd be all over this.
Reputable seller/member= √
Local member = √
Fairly priced= √√
Met in person..cool guy= √
Actually, Super sweet deal= √√√
I sold my V8 914 26 years ago when I got married..I can relate.
Many thanks for the support Oscar. I really want to keep this project and have one under my belt before getting on my 70 GT. But my daughter's wedding plans upset my 936jr project as well as it needs a few more bucks to complete it also.
Where was this 6 months ago? Spent 1/2 of this and got 1/8 the value of this.
Sent you a PM, Thanks
At least you get to keep the Ferarri.......?
Yup. For the moment. Remember I still have the 70 GT project and the 936. I'm trying to keep the 308 as long as possible and try to keep into retirement. May have to sell when I look for property to build up in Monterey. The 70 GT I will always keep.
Besides the few things listed what else does the car need besides some love?...
A few more pics while I was at the storage unit. A pelican forum member asked for the s/n.
S/n 6272803. 911/85.
Also dug out the Patrick Motorsports oil tank.
Is this project still available? I did not see a motor mount or headers in the pics are they included? Delivery included too? Thanx.
Yes it is still for sale.
Also will entertain offers for the chassis or engine alone.
No headers, muffler, engine mount, or converted engine harness. Spent a few hours going over all of the parts with a local guy a few weeks ago. I made a list I can send you if you pm me your email address.
Sorry but I'm not including shipping in the price. I will help with the arrangements to get it shipped to your location and make sure everything is documented and packed securely.
Thanks for the help offer Oscar. Very much appreciated.
The 2.7 and 901 being in storage , does that mean its still
Because id pay you 10k cash all day for it .local pickup too
As i dont see many around in this ! condition.!
If the big /4 i got ,which i love in the car was worth 5k and it was worth it
Then 10 for this seems reasonable to me
I was under the impression that tbe 2.7 was all ready to go
So since it needs sorting im gonna pass .
But thanks again for the 4 lug fuchs, best wheels ever ....
Not ever gonna sell the big/4
But if i did id be asking 8500 min .
It was a 12k build apparently
Hey there; is this project still available? Thanks.
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