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914World.com _ FS/WANTED: 914 Cars and Rollers _ 1975 2.0 Laguna blue with cold AC 3200 miles on rebuild

Posted by: 914ltd Feb 1 2020, 05:09 PM

I know some of you want a perfect 914 for $24,500. For that you will need to talk to a salesman, not a mechanic. This is an excellent, get in and drive car. There has been previous front end damage. The work will not affect the enjoyment of the car. Buyers don't want to hear a 45 year old car isn't perfect so a salesman won't tell you that. I have been a 914 owner, over the top enthusiast and mechanic for over 45 years. It doesn't help me sell a nice car like this because you expect me to tell you the honest truth. I'm sure some of you can appreciate that. Brad Mayeur

1975 914 2.0. Laguna blue with black interior. Cold AC, original fuel injection, Fuchs wheels, center console, records from new including original bill of sale. We received this car from another shop in a disassembled condition and loaded with new OEM parts in 2004 and sent the finished car home to the owner in Florida just 3200 miles ago. We rebuilt and balanced the engine using new Mahle European pistons and cylinders, Glyco main, rod and cam bearings, new clutch and flywheel. The transaxle was rebuilt and shifts as new. The brakes were rebuilt including PMB calipers, 4 new rotors and an ATE master cylinder. The original restrictive exhaust was backdated to 1973-74 2.0 stainless heat exchangers and new in 2020 Bursch muffler,. The dash top was replaced with a new OE Porsche dash, the seats and interior are excellent. The high quality repaint of the original color is also excellent. This is an excellent running and driving, exceptionally clean car. My shop specializes in 914 Porsche repair and restoration and I have been a 914 owner, enthusiast and mechanic since 1972. Realistically priced for an exceptional 914. $24,500.

A beautiful leather steering wheel is now installed and the MoMo wheel is included.

This is a list of the OE (original equipment from Porsche) and OEM (parts from the original supplier to Porsche)
OE dash top, two front park lights and Hella lenses, left and right side marker lights, new Hella tail light assemblies, left and right vent wing triangle seals, rear glass to engine lid seal, left and right door seals on body, left and right door seals on door, windshield frame to top seal, top to door glass seals, door glass to roll bar seals, rear trunk seal, rear top to roll bar seal ($262. In 2004) Left and right OE steel rocker panels, dash to windshield seal, left and right inside door handles, left and right targa bar “banana” trim, all 6 pieces of windshield chrome plus many correct fasteners and small trim parts.

In addition the carpet was replaced with German loop set, the gauges were rebuilt at Palo Alto with the mileage reset to “0”, Lemforder turbo tie rod set, new ½ axles, a rebuilt and improved relay board from my shop plus the assembly details that only an experienced Porsche 914 shop can accomplish.
All of this work and new parts were done in the last 3200 miles!


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Posted by: jagalyn Feb 1 2020, 06:39 PM

Nice car Brad. Hope you are well. GLWTS
Jeff.

Posted by: 914werke Feb 1 2020, 06:57 PM

Great Color

Posted by: 914ltd Feb 13 2020, 07:14 PM


Still available. ready to drive home Brad

Posted by: flat4guy Feb 14 2020, 10:25 PM

Glad it is not closer - if I saw it in person I could probably get over the big bumpers as the color is beautiful. GLWS

Posted by: 914ltd Feb 29 2020, 08:43 AM

Bump for new information. Thanks for looking. Brad Mayeur

QUOTE(914ltd @ Feb 1 2020, 03:09 PM) *

1975 914 2.0. Laguna blue with black interior. Cold AC, original fuel injection, Fuchs wheels, center console, records from new including original bill of sale. We received this car from another shop in a disassembled condition and loaded with new OEM parts in 2004 and sent the finished car home to the owner in Florida just 3200 miles ago. We rebuilt and balanced the engine using new Mahle European pistons and cylinders, Glyco main, rod and cam bearings, new clutch and flywheel. The transaxle was rebuilt and shifts as new. The brakes were rebuilt including PMB calipers, 4 new rotors and an ATE master cylinder. The original restrictive exhaust was backdated to 1973-74 2.0 stainless heat exchangers and new in 2020 Bursch muffler,. The dash top was replaced with a new OE Porsche dash, the seats and interior are excellent. The high quality repaint of the original color is also excellent. This is an excellent running and driving, exceptionally clean car. My shop specializes in 914 Porsche repair and restoration and I have been a 914 owner, enthusiast and mechanic since 1972. Realistically priced for an exceptional 914. $27,500.

A beautiful leather steering wheel is now installed and the MoMo wheel is included.

This is a list of the OE (original equipment from Porsche) and OEM (parts from the original supplier to Porsche)
OE dash top, two front park lights and Hella lenses, left and right side marker lights, new Hella tail light assemblies, left and right vent wing triangle seals, rear glass to engine lid seal, left and right door seals on body, left and right door seals on door, windshield frame to top seal, top to door glass seals, door glass to roll bar seals, rear trunk seal, rear top to roll bar seal ($262. In 2004) Left and right OE steel rocker panels, dash to windshield seal, left and right inside door handles, left and right targa bar “banana” trim, all 6 pieces of windshield chrome plus many correct fasteners and small trim parts.

In addition the carpet was replaced with German loop set, the gauges were rebuilt at Palo Alto with the mileage reset to “0”, Lemforder turbo tie rod set, new ½ axles, a rebuilt and improved relay board from my shop plus the assembly details that only an experienced Porsche 914 shop can accomplish.
All of this work and new parts were done in the last 3200 miles!


Posted by: FlacaProductions Feb 29 2020, 10:08 AM

I'm fortunate that a previous owner had Brad Mayeur give my 74 the 914 Limited treatment. The details are great, runs really strong and tight and doesn't leak a single drop.

Posted by: 914ltd Mar 19 2020, 09:00 AM


This 914 is still available at far cheaper than you would spend to duplicate it.
Work done by a 45 year PCA member, 914 enthusiast and 914 specialty shop owner.

Posted by: Cairo94507 Mar 19 2020, 11:42 AM

Great car done by a great shop. GLWTS.

Posted by: hot_shoe914 Apr 3 2020, 10:38 AM

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For a great car!

Posted by: hot_shoe914 Apr 28 2020, 09:31 PM

Bump

Posted by: 914ltd May 17 2020, 07:45 PM

QUOTE(914ltd @ Feb 1 2020, 03:09 PM) *

I know some of you want a perfect 914 for $24,500. For that you will need to talk to a salesman, not a mechanic. This is an excellent, get in and drive car. There has been previous front end damage. The work will not affect the enjoyment of the car. Buyers don't want to hear a 45 year old car isn't perfect so a salesman won't tell you that. I have been a 914 owner, over the top enthusiast and mechanic for over 45 years. It doesn't help me sell a nice car like this because you expect me to tell you the honest truth. I'm sure some of you can appreciate that. Brad Mayeur

1975 914 2.0. Laguna blue with black interior. Cold AC, original fuel injection, Fuchs wheels, center console, records from new including original bill of sale. We received this car from another shop in a disassembled condition and loaded with new OEM parts in 2004 and sent the finished car home to the owner in Florida just 3200 miles ago. We rebuilt and balanced the engine using new Mahle European pistons and cylinders, Glyco main, rod and cam bearings, new clutch and flywheel. The transaxle was rebuilt and shifts as new. The brakes were rebuilt including PMB calipers, 4 new rotors and an ATE master cylinder. The original restrictive exhaust was backdated to 1973-74 2.0 stainless heat exchangers and new in 2020 Bursch muffler,. The dash top was replaced with a new OE Porsche dash, the seats and interior are excellent. The high quality repaint of the original color is also excellent. This is an excellent running and driving, exceptionally clean car. My shop specializes in 914 Porsche repair and restoration and I have been a 914 owner, enthusiast and mechanic since 1972. Realistically priced for an exceptional 914. $24,500.

A beautiful leather steering wheel is now installed and the MoMo wheel is included.

This is a list of the OE (original equipment from Porsche) and OEM (parts from the original supplier to Porsche)
OE dash top, two front park lights and Hella lenses, left and right side marker lights, new Hella tail light assemblies, left and right vent wing triangle seals, rear glass to engine lid seal, left and right door seals on body, left and right door seals on door, windshield frame to top seal, top to door glass seals, door glass to roll bar seals, rear trunk seal, rear top to roll bar seal ($262. In 2004) Left and right OE steel rocker panels, dash to windshield seal, left and right inside door handles, left and right targa bar “banana” trim, all 6 pieces of windshield chrome plus many correct fasteners and small trim parts.

In addition the carpet was replaced with German loop set, the gauges were rebuilt at Palo Alto with the mileage reset to “0”, Lemforder turbo tie rod set, new ½ axles, a rebuilt and improved relay board from my shop plus the assembly details that only an experienced Porsche 914 shop can accomplish.
All of this work and new parts were done in the last 3200 miles!



Bump for a nice 914 2.0

Posted by: 914ltd May 29 2020, 12:05 PM


Bump for a great driving 914

Posted by: RenoRoger May 29 2020, 03:51 PM

QUOTE(914ltd @ May 29 2020, 11:05 AM) *

Bump for a great driving 914

Maybe this car should be offered on Bring A Trailer. A very similar car just sold there for $48,900 within the last 2 weeks.


Posted by: hot_shoe914 Jun 10 2020, 08:25 PM

Why is this car still for sale? WTF.gif confused24.gif confused24.gif confused24.gif

Posted by: 914ltd Jun 29 2020, 07:05 PM

Bump

Posted by: mepstein Jun 29 2020, 07:13 PM

QUOTE(hot_shoe914 @ Jun 10 2020, 10:25 PM) *

Why is this car still for sale? WTF.gif confused24.gif confused24.gif confused24.gif

Because it’s not on BAT.

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