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> SOLD: '73 Porsche 914 Project Car - $2400
mharrison
post Mar 24 2017, 12:36 PM
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SOLD! This is a project car located in Madison,Mississippi. It will need a full restoration.
It's a '73 with fiberglass flares, fiberglass 916 rear bumper, and fiberglass IMSA air dam.
The new engine was fired up briefly about 2 years ago. Now as it has been sitting the carbs will likely need a rebuild.
It is currently gray primer and needs some finishing bodywork. I was going to paint it the Blood Orange 911 color, and did paint the engine bay. The first pic shows it sitting a bit high in the rear because the engine was not installed at the time of that pic.

Interior:
The seats and backpad are good. They have been stored in the house.
Floorpan needs to be replaced. It is rusted through in areas. I have brand new full pan from Restoration Design and a donor piece for the pedal assembly area.
At some point, AC was added to this car. The floor of the front trunk was cut for the condensor (which is still there). Everything for the AC systems still seems to be here including the hoses. The compressor bracket is included with the many parts. No compressor is included.

The Engine:
1.7 liter Big-Valve heads - 44mm x 38mm (2.0 Stock is42 mm x 36mm )
Forged 94mm pistons & cylinders (new). Precision matched & balanced.(stock 2.0 bore)
2.0 Crankshaft (stock 71mm stroke) balanced, reground & polished to OEM specs.
2.0 Connecting rods balanced, rebushed/sized and matched.
New WEB CAM #86. .423 Lift / 270 Duration.
New Hardened Alloy Racing Lifters.
Flywheel Lightened by Four lbs.
Monza Manta Exhaust
40mm Dellorto carburetors

It has 5 lug adapter plates on it and American Racing wheels. I have a full set of Porsche Cookie Cutter alloys for it.

I have a garden shed full of parts. It includes extra engines, engine tins, stainless steel heat exchangers, transaxles, mirrors, glass, switches, gaskets, 916 fiberglass bumpers, wheels and such. I believe that everything you need to finish this car is included with the exception of the carpet, paint, time and labor.

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mharrison
post Mar 25 2017, 09:18 AM
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By the way, those aren't triangle shaped holes in under the battery tray, just an odd paint peeling deal. The hell hole is solid and the longitudinals still feel solid, but I'm not a metal expert or welder. I would think they can be cleaned with a grinder and the pan welded in with no trouble.
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