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post Dec 8 2017, 09:04 AM
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if you see a car you like, you can send me a detailed photo shoot and I will give you my opinion. Do it all day for 914 prospective buyers
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post Dec 8 2017, 11:22 AM
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Here's a little more info and photos of the black 914.....I have no affiliation....I'd just like to see this car go to a good home. The detailed description of the work performed is from 3 years ago.....the name and contact info of the person who did the work is at the bottom of the page.

Fuel pump $139
fuel filter $10
fuel line $12
labor: install fuel pump, locate to the front 2.5 hrs@65.00 $195
Labor: Adjust valves 1.0 hrs@65.00 $65
Vaccum advance retard unit used $40
Labor: remove and clean distributor and FI points 1.0 hrs@$65.00 $65.00
Labor: set dwell ( 51.5) and timing (27 degrees @3500 rpm) 1.0hrs@$65.00 $65
Labor: remove and clean throttle body and TPS, reset TPS 1.0hrs@$65.00 $65
injector seals 4@$1.50 $6.00
intake manifold connector hoses 4@ $8.00 $32.00
intake manifold to head seals 2@ $13.00 $26.00
Labor: Replace injector seals and manifold hoses and seals 2.0hrs@$65.00 $130
Spark plug wires $39
Hand built ballast resistor 270 ohms for CHT sensor $20
Labor:Full test of all EFI components thru EFI wiring harness at ECU 1.0 hrs@$65.00 $65
4 Quarts Castrol Synthetic 5.50 per quart $22
Oil filter $10
Manifold Pressure Sensor Rebuilt $320
Spark plugs $12
Antenna new OEM style $50
Distrbutor cap $12
Change oil .75 hrs @ $65 $49 Paid $1300

914 clock $75
labor repair AAR valve 1.0 hrs @ $65 $65

Jack receiver plate 2 @ $20 $40
Repair jack plates, remove rust, fit and weld damage, paint, undercoat. 5 hrs @ $65 $325
Battery tray and support bracket $100
Battery mat $7
Remove rusted tray, fit and weld new battery tray and support 2.5 @ $65 $163
Prep, ceramic coat, paint battery tray area 3 hrs@ $65 $195
Limited front spoiler $130
Remove, repair, refinish all rocker panels and rear valence and spoiler 4 hrs $65 $260
Remove dash cap and replace 5 hrs @ $65 $325
Remove old engine sound pad, clean firewall and glue in new pad 2 hrs @ $65 $130
Engine sound pad $95
Paid $1500

*Estimate of rear trunk repair*
Trunk preformed sheet metal $220
Labor to install trunk sheet metal 15 hrs @ $65 $975
Trunk upper support plate $50

Heater control flapper box used $50
Blaupunkt Speakers $59
Install stereo and repair dash vinyl 2 hrs @ $65 $130

inner door seal set $49
Heat exchanger hose set $48
rear truck seal single $39
vertical targa seal set $55
Trunk roof holders set $39
Lower main seal top $39
Sail panel vinyl $49

install sail panel vinyl and targa seals 4@ $65 $260
install other seals above 1.5 @ $65 $98
install mirror .75 @ $65 $49
headlight bulbs pair $35
install headlights 1 @ $65 $65

seal kit transmission $39
replace output shaft seals transmission 3 @ $65 $195
gear oil $15

Refinish airbox .75@ $65 $49
Shift linkage cover used $25
$5,990 Due: $3190

James Jensen
801-815-9440
Matt Hasara did the majority of the restoration
1973 Porsche 914 2.0 Barry Richins (previous owner)
Hi Jeff.
Matt Hasara restored the majority of the Richins 1973 914 2.0. You are more than welcome to call him. His phone number is 801-735-7817 we have nothing to hide.
The car was owned by a family in Dear Valley, Utah and they also own a home in Monterey, California which is where the car lived most of its life.
Barry Richins bought this car almost two years ago, he is a Porsche lover and has owned over a 100 Porsches. He showed this car to me and gave me an open check book to restore this car. I believe he had no idea what this car needed and I didn't either until I started to look this car over closely.
I have known Barry since 1997 and have sold him around 18 Porsches which he drives and sells usually within a couple of years. He has never restored cars in the past to my knowledge except a 1969 911 T Coupe that has gone under a major restoration which I have over seen and is close to completion. Barry doesn't have the time to deal with restoring cars, his business is building and meeting customers needs regarding Mechanics trucks.
I am more than happy to chat with you at any time, please feel free to call.
James Jensen
801-815-9440
jrj1255@yahoo.com




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post Dec 8 2017, 11:31 AM
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$30K is relatively cheap for a pristine original or restored 73 2.0. I can’t seem to completely restore one for under $50K.
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post Dec 11 2017, 06:20 AM
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https://losangeles.craigslist.org/lac/cto/d...6408776414.html

Seller took it off ebay and lowered his price on craigslist.
Can't contact as I cannot pass this bloody captcha.... keeps on asking if I'm a robot (IMG:style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif)

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post Dec 11 2017, 08:46 AM
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QUOTE(dax1969 @ Dec 11 2017, 07:20 AM) *

https://losangeles.craigslist.org/lac/cto/d...6408776414.html

Seller took it off ebay and lowered his price on craigslist.
Can't contact as I cannot pass this bloody captcha.... keeps on asking if I'm a robot (IMG:style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif)

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The sellers name is Alexander Duarte....his phone number was listed in the EBay ad 310-926-6750
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post Dec 11 2017, 11:49 AM
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This looks like a really impressive build! Guessing it might go out of budget near the end though. https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1974-porsche-914-12/
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post Dec 11 2017, 11:58 AM
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QUOTE(motofoto @ Dec 11 2017, 06:49 PM) *

This looks like a really impressive build! Guessing it might go out of budget near the end though. https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1974-porsche-914-12/


Think this car was offered to me by a wellknown member. Price was above my budget but still for a good price.
Curious for how much it sells.

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Dax

Update : yes pretty sure when I saw the position of the oilcooler.
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post Dec 11 2017, 04:21 PM
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Hi Dax,

There was a black 73 2.0 for sale in the Los Angeles Craigslist a week or two ago for 21k. It looked in good shape and very original. I would recommend looking into it. Take care and hope you find your dream car!

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post Feb 27 2018, 01:29 PM
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Hi,

Just to let you guys know that my search is over. Found a beautiful 1976 sunflower yellow car in original paint. Got a lot of help fm forum members and I would like to
thank you all. Actually the story ended in a way I never expected ...

It all started with a few emails with burton73 and it ended by buying two of his nice
cars. Between start and end a lot of emails, pics, videos, ppi’s (man he was patient) over a period of 3 months or so...

The cars, a 1986 911 convertible with 70k miles and a 1976 914 are currently loaded into a seacontainer for shipping out of LA in the next day or two.
Changed my mind and I’ll keep the 911 and the 914 will be sold to a friend. Once the budget is there again I will be back as a 914 is still on my bucketlist. In the meantime I will monitor this amazing platform in silence.

Thank you all once again and keep up the good work with this forum !!

Oh yes, my advise to (foreign) buyers... be patient, the right cars and sellers are here to find.. my advise to sellers, remain honest and fair...

Greetings fm Belgium

Dax

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post Feb 27 2018, 03:21 PM
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Nice cars!

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