Quite some time ago I either called Gene, the owner/rep of this car, or he called me looking for 914 parts. We’ve since connected on Facebook where he posted this car for sale. He does some incredible restorations of Porsche 914s. This one has a laundry list and one of my favorite features, phone dial wheels. Unfortunately they are next to one of my least favorite features, ’76 big rubber bumpers.
Gene is looking for $40,000 and his phone number is below in Colorado.
“1976 914-6 Conversion
3 liter Kremer Carrera S engine with E-cams + Carrera Tensioners
Collapsible oil return tubes
Factory 914-6 oil tank + front oil-cooler with aerodynamic scoop
Air box with pressure relief valve
11 blade fan and pulley
Supertraps and 1973 911 S muffler
10,000 miles since rebuilt at Alpine Porsche Audi Colorado Springs in the late 1970’s
Full Chassis reinforcement kit
19mm master cylinder
S.S. brake lines
Quafe-LSD gear box
83-911 SC front cradle
Bilstein shocks heavy duty springs, boxed trailing arms
Rear springs are Weltmeister 200lbs
Scheel racing driver’s seat
5 point safety belts, both sides
Triangulated 3pt roll bar, Custom Roll Bar unbolts to be used with top on or off
3 sets of wheels and tires included
Street tires are 20550R-15 Toyo proxy on 911 factory 15in Fuchs alloys
Race tires are street legal Toyo 225/50 ZR15 91W proxes R888 competition on 944 turbo phone dials
Extra set of wheels are 16×6 factory Fuchs
Front and rear adjustable trust bars
46 millimeter Weber carburetors
Britannia steering wheel
Z beam headlights
Euro tail light lens
Porsche hood crest
Have over 35 years of service records and invoices.
Ancona Blue when painted with Spies Hecker paint the only body work was filling the holes for the fender side marker lights. The car had no rust and has never been in an accident. Though the car is a very comfortable, reliable street car, it is also very effective on the track.
Looking for 40 K Gene 801-859-6706″