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> For sale 1975 Porshe 914. Sold, Sold 5/31/18
russ911
post Apr 16 2018, 06:50 PM
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I need to sell my car and I am looking to get a fair price for it. I need to sell it soon. Send any serious offers to me and I'll get back as soon as possible. Included one photo and a link to view all photos.

I purchased this car 5 years ago from another 914 World member. It spent most of its life in the mid-west and south United States so it shows no signs of any rust.
The car has undergone a complete mechanical and cosmetic restoration in the past 6 months. Car was mechanically stripped to bare metal, etch primed, epoxy primed, any dents repaired, and painted original color (paint code L 95K) with 7 coats of PPG Palma Green metallic, followed by 3 coats of clear, then sanded and buffed to a perfect shine. Paint looks amazing.

Minor cosmetic changes have been made to this very original car that suited my taste and I believe most Porsche enthusiast would not object to.

Modifications:
1. Front bumper has been replaced with an early chrome 914-6 style bumper with matching front valance.
2. Front side markers removed and filled solid.
3. A 911S rear reflector was incorporated in the rear between the tail light and a remote deck release also installed.
4. The original 4 lug wheels have been replaced with real Fuchs 5 lug wheels that have been powder coated satin black.
5. Installed Porsche graphics in gold to lower side valances.
6. Replaced original steering wheel with Momo with Porsche center cap along with a Sony stereo.
Mechanically the car has all the brakes system parts replaced including rebuilt PMB calipers, pads, and hoses. Engine runs fine and has had a recent tune up. Starts and idles as it should and runs out well in all gears.

Details:
1. Body – Solid, no rust that has been mechanically stripped to bare metal and etch primed, epoxy primed, and painted correct factory color Palma Green (paint code L 95 K). Sanded and polished.
2. Engine – Original 1.8 liter fuel injected engine. L-jet fuel injection. Runs perfectly, recent tune up.
3. Transmission – Original 5 speed manual transmission.
4. Wheels/Tires – Wheels are 5 lug Fuchs that have been powder coated satin black to match the paint scheme of the car. Tires are brand new Falken Ziex 205/50R 16
5. Interior – Stock interior in great condition. New light weight carpet set installed. Momo steering wheel and Sony stereo.

My Webpage - Craigslist ad


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2mAn
post May 2 2018, 12:41 PM
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How did you convert to 5 lug? This car is really growing on me and its in the range of what my Datsun will sell for, so Im considering it

Edit: Found it in the other ad...

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The rear conversion was done with drilled stock hubs, and I'm not sure about the front. The Fuchs are aftermarket, and the chrome is flaking in a few places. It would be relatively easy to polish them. The trunk release is cable operated, and there is no key hole of which I am aware.

Thank you for looking.


Any idea how the front was done? Could it be factory 911 stuff?
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russ911   For sale 1975 Porshe 914. Sold   Apr 16 2018, 06:50 PM
2mAn   Not a bad looking car, though the early chrome fro...   Apr 21 2018, 09:59 AM
iwanta914-6   Not a bad looking car, though the early chrome fr...   Apr 21 2018, 10:31 AM
russ911   Yes SCV was the member I purchased this car from 5...   Apr 21 2018, 01:04 PM
russ911   I have gotten some good feedback and some not so g...   Apr 21 2018, 01:24 PM
iwanta914-6   It looks great, don't let the purists get you ...   Apr 21 2018, 04:46 PM
mobymutt   It looks great, don't let the purists get you...   Apr 21 2018, 07:40 PM
2mAn   It looks great, don't let the purists get you...   Apr 30 2018, 09:02 PM
mepstein   The rear bumper is even easier to backdate than th...   May 1 2018, 05:31 AM
Gint   The rear bumper is even easier to backdate than th...   May 13 2018, 01:06 PM
2mAn   How did you convert to 5 lug? This car is really ...   May 2 2018, 12:41 PM
ValcoOscar   How did you convert to 5 lug? Did I miss that? Th...   May 2 2018, 12:50 PM
ndfrigi   How did you convert to 5 lug? Did I miss that? T...   May 2 2018, 01:33 PM
Mueller   Good looking car, the people making the complaints...   May 2 2018, 12:45 PM
russ911   The Fuchs on the car now are real. I have photos o...   May 2 2018, 01:12 PM
russ911   Hi, I own the car currently. I got some interesti...   May 3 2018, 12:10 PM
russ911   Thanks for the input. I have more photos if you c...   May 13 2018, 01:30 PM
Gint   Thanks for the input. I have more photos if you ...   May 13 2018, 03:14 PM
Gint   Updated with PPI in post #17   May 15 2018, 09:11 PM
Old Viking   Hi to the Forum. I am the one who bought the car. ...   Jun 14 2018, 06:52 AM
mepstein   Hi to the Forum. I am the one who bought the car....   Jun 14 2018, 08:03 AM
2mAn   Here is some photos to show some modifications ...   Jun 15 2018, 09:00 PM


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