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Emmerich
post Jun 3 2016, 10:07 PM
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$22k Dallas, tx
1972 914
Chevy 331 Nascar style Chevy V-8 (4.03 x 3.25)
Blueprinted and balanced
Aluminum racing heads, 64cc combustion chambers. 2.05 intake and 1.6 exhaust.
4 bolt main
Race camshaft, solid lifters
Forged crank and pistons. 11:1 compression
Roller rockers and high strength pushrods
Victor Jr. Intake manifold
Holley 750 carburetor
Engine hour meter
Meziere 55 GPH electric water pump (include new Renegade Hybrids belt driven unit). Pump can be turned on manually to quickly cool down car, radiator fans work off of temperature.
Griffin aluminum radiator w/fan
Fill point is a Pantera swirl tank
Edelbrock valve covers.
Rebuilt starter
Custom gauge that has fuel/water temp/oil temp/oil pressure
New Maganaflow mufflers
Renegade hybrids nylon adapters for 1 inch water inlets to block
Accusump lubrication system to prevent oil starvation on high G turns
Corvette headers
2 Front mounted oil coolers with fans
Mallory ignition
Renegade hybrids bell housing adapter
Rod Simpson shift adapter to make 914 a tail shifter
915 gearbox with ring & pinion swapped and magnetic speedo pickup (TL fifth gear)
911-S Front brakes (Willwood 4 piston)
911 master cylinder
Full roll cage including door bars
Removable Momo steering wheel
Corbeau Forza racing seat (include original)
5 point harness for driver
Turbo tie rod ends
Turbo axles
916 front fiberglass bumper
916 rear bumper
IMSA style front air dam with openings for radiator and oil coolers
All wheel wells flared (steel)
NOS dashboard
911 front suspension
Koni shock absorbers
Insulated firewall (both sides)
Turbo Fuchs 16" (7's and 9's)
e-mail for more pics
Could not be duplicated for $50k. Great car, all it needs is cosmetics, prep and paint. The engine bay and trunk and door jambs have already been painted orange. It is a Porsche color from the time the car was made. I think it will look great. Hopefully a 914 guy will want it. It is scary fast, the engine was built to be 400HP but it has not been on a dyno.
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Emmerich
post Jun 3 2016, 10:12 PM
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Someone please show me how to upload more than 1 file at a time.
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jeff911c
post Jul 5 2016, 07:09 PM
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Pictures?

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$22k Dallas, tx
1972 914
Chevy 331 Nascar style Chevy V-8 (4.03 x 3.25)
Blueprinted and balanced
Aluminum racing heads, 64cc combustion chambers. 2.05 intake and 1.6 exhaust.
4 bolt main
Race camshaft, solid lifters
Forged crank and pistons. 11:1 compression
Roller rockers and high strength pushrods
Victor Jr. Intake manifold
Holley 750 carburetor
Engine hour meter
Meziere 55 GPH electric water pump (include new Renegade Hybrids belt driven unit). Pump can be turned on manually to quickly cool down car, radiator fans work off of temperature.
Griffin aluminum radiator w/fan
Fill point is a Pantera swirl tank
Edelbrock valve covers.
Rebuilt starter
Custom gauge that has fuel/water temp/oil temp/oil pressure
New Maganaflow mufflers
Renegade hybrids nylon adapters for 1 inch water inlets to block
Accusump lubrication system to prevent oil starvation on high G turns
Corvette headers
2 Front mounted oil coolers with fans
Mallory ignition
Renegade hybrids bell housing adapter
Rod Simpson shift adapter to make 914 a tail shifter
915 gearbox with ring & pinion swapped and magnetic speedo pickup (TL fifth gear)
911-S Front brakes (Willwood 4 piston)
911 master cylinder
Full roll cage including door bars
Removable Momo steering wheel
Corbeau Forza racing seat (include original)
5 point harness for driver
Turbo tie rod ends
Turbo axles
916 front fiberglass bumper
916 rear bumper
IMSA style front air dam with openings for radiator and oil coolers
All wheel wells flared (steel)
NOS dashboard
911 front suspension
Koni shock absorbers
Insulated firewall (both sides)
Turbo Fuchs 16" (7's and 9's)
e-mail for more pics
Could not be duplicated for $50k. Great car, all it needs is cosmetics, prep and paint. The engine bay and trunk and door jambs have already been painted orange. It is a Porsche color from the time the car was made. I think it will look great. Hopefully a 914 guy will want it. It is scary fast, the engine was built to be 400HP but it has not been on a dyno.

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ninefourteener
post Jul 4 2018, 09:28 PM
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Agreed.... pictures? Very interested.
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