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> Sold 72 914 Track Car, Sold
MrLeeS
post May 7 2023, 04:59 PM
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Selling my 72 track car. This is not built to any organization spec. Just for fun. The new engine was installed just pre-covid and broken in and used on 2 autocrosses. Side shift conversion. Super fun car torque monster. Specs:

Engine/Drive-train:

80 x 96 Biral Cylinders JE Forged Pistons
Scat C35 cam Webcam LIfters
5.5" H-Beam Rods AA with ARP bolts
Fat performance oil sump baffles
Rebuilt 2L heads stock valves
100% full flow oiling system
Oil thermostat mounted under pass rocker cover
Large front mounted oil cooler
Chromoly push rods
Dellorto 40mm carbs
Mallory Hyfire 6AL ignition box with 009 distributor.
Lightweight flywheel

Kennedy stage 2 pressure plate
Rebuild side shift transmission 2 auto-x and some break in street driving. 1st gear has the downshift brake on the syncro

Koni adjustable shocks rear with ground control adjustable perches and 200lb springs
17mm adjustable front sway bar.

Interior:

Renegade hybrids sport seats
5 point harnesses both sided
Oil pressure and temp gauges.
340mm momo steering wheel
aluminum floor board and pedals
Weltmeister short shift (the shift knob isn't great, could use replaced)
Aluminum door panels no back pad or carpeting

Other stuff:

Fiberglass front and rear hoods.
Fiberglass back bumper
Odessey PC680 lightweight battery
This is a pretty solid car. Hell hole is good to go, battery tray is good. There is some bubling behind the driver door under the sail. some bubling on the pass fender near the a-pillar
outer trailing arm ears reinforced with tangerine reinforcement plates
All lights, wipers work but speedo inop, I haven't taken the time to see if its the cable or the speedo. angel drive is good.
2l Fuch wheels

The Bad:

This has been a track car a while, the back fenders have been bumped a couple times and fiberglass repaired on both sides, showing signs of cracking in the paint. repaired area paint isn,t a perfect match. It's a 40ft 40mph match.
PO installed a cooler in the trunk that blew through the floor, i left it to ovoid having to plug a whole in the trunk floor.


Closing:

Sum of the parts is worth significantly more than the asking price. but I know the deal. $8000.


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post May 25 2023, 06:41 PM
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Price dropped to 10k. This car has a title unlike a lot of other track cars. I would like to make room in the shop for another project. I am also including a nice back pad with the car. Put in the back pad, some carpet and you’d have a nice little street car.
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post May 29 2023, 02:54 PM
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Pictures of hellhole, jack points, suspension ear reinforcement by request:


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Looks like one final price drop. $8000. The drive train alone would cost significantly more to buy/build.

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