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post Sep 24 2018, 08:54 AM
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From: Maryland
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Price $39,500

Year: 1974
Make: Porsche
Model: 2.0
Porsche Models: 914-6 conversion
Mileage 66000
Color: Yellow
Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing
Location (Region): SouthEast
Body Style: Targa
Transmission Type: Manual - 5 speed
2 or 4 Wheel Drive?: 2 Wheel Drive
Engine Type: Carbs
Stereo System: AM-FM Stereo

The plan was to turn her into a fun HPDE car and maybe a vintage race or two but I have another car that I would rather use

So this pristine 1974 914/6 2.2 conversion is available for approximately 1/2 of the cost of the real deal

Arizona car, then NC, then SC and now MD

Clear Maryland title in my name

Of all the 914’s I’ve owned she is absolutely the most rust free of the bunch


1971 911T 2.2L with dual Italian Webers 40IDAP3C, the good ones

Fuchs 15 X 6 inch wheels

Factory 914-6 oil tank

OEM heat exchangers

New valve covers and gaskets, recent valve adjustment

"Hell-hole" and engine compartment are painted and are pristine

Turbo tie rod kit

SC front calipers and rotors

19 mm master cylinder

5-bolt hubs, rears drilled and have studs (park brake retained)

Front Bilstein struts, new rear springs

Excellent condition, no known rust, runs great

Issues: The only known issues are a dodgy throttle cable and the flasher relay, both require sorting

Many spares including chrome bumpers-thanks Oscar, stiffing kit, rubber seals and a used Safety Devices bolt in cage, etc













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