Lot 012 – 1972 Porsche 914 1.7 Targa


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The mileage at 86K is believed to be correct. The motor had the “top side” rebuilt with new heads, pistons and valves etc. with a single Weber carb. I installed the better “side shifter” linkages which makes shifting much smoother. There is a new Red Line fuel pump, new Bursch muffler, brake calipers rebuilt, new pads but rotors have not been machined. The tires are new and there are factory style mag wheels on the car.

The car is basically rust free, with no rust in the wheel wells. A 914 rear mirror was installed on the passenger side. The car runs beautifully and is totally fun to drive when one gets familiar with the shifting. It hugs the road like its on rails. The Irish Green color is very becoming on it.

 

Thank you for your interest.