Not sure what’s going on with the center gauge stack. Those particular ones are not original yet it was probably optioned with them back in ’74. The little tail spoiler and door bumper strip muddy up the clean lines too much for my taste. Love the color combo. Hard to find them rust free in Michigan. Owner says in the description (below) that it is up for auction. I didn’t see it up on eBay today but who knows.
On Detroit Craigslist.
“Up for auction is a 1974 Porsche 914 2.0.
830 miles on fresh 2056 cc Motor built by Porsche Technician. New ignition with keys. New 34 mm duel carburetor. MSD electronic ignition. Matching number on engine & body. New Dansk exhaust system, Carburetors on the vehicle are a set of 34mm Webers (I have the original fuel injection along with a set of 44mm Webers).
Tinted glass, front & rear stabilizer bars, Mahle Alloy wheels, chrome bumpers, fog lights, Color: Marathon Blue paint (only available in 1973 & 1974), Michelin Pilot 195/15 tires (includes really nice spare on matching wheel).
Body is in very nice condition – no rust – there is a small dent the front left bumper (please see pictures) and 3 small chips (one below the drivers headlight and 2 on the drivers rear wheel lip).
Interior is very clean – the air conditioning does NOT work ( I have the AC compressor but it is not in the car) the fan works good – AM FM Stereo Radio – there is a small tear in the center console (please see pictures).
Everything works; lights, gauges, windows, suspension, brakes.
No rust, good solid car. Hell hole has no rust.
Comes with extra deck lid and extra parts.
It is a great little car that you can jump right in and drive!”