1973 Porsche 914-6 2.7L Conversion

1973 Porsche 914

Technical specifications of Porsche 914 1973

Price: US $40,000.00
Condition: Used
Item location: San Francisco, California, United States
Make: Porsche
Model: 914
Year: 1973
Mileage: 6,800
VIN: 4732922926
Color: Blue
Engine size: 2.7L
Number of cylinders: 6
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Brown
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

Please check my feedback - I'm a reputable seller on eBay for over 17 years.
This is an original California car, records going back to 1986.
Conversion with mostly factory parts:
911SC front end with Bilstein inserts
914-6 stub axles
914-6 oil tank
914-6 heat exchangers (restored ~2 years ago)
Otto's Rebuilt 2.7L with modified cams, machined case, etc. Receipts over $18,000+ back in the late 90s. Compression 185-195 across all 6, approximately 10,000 miles on rebuilt engine
Added Carrera hydraulic tensionsers ~2 years ago
40IDA3C Weber Carbs
Crane ignition
New Bosch alternator ~3 years ago
New 914-6 throttle cable
New fuel sender
Non-stock metallic blue over original Olympic blue, from the late 90s.
Repro polished stainless steel early-style bumpers, undrilled front bumper, new factory chromed fog grills
New bumper tops
GT style engine deck lid
Center reflector insert
Rebuilt fog lamps with new OEM yellow Hella covers
Fresh wiper arms and nuts
Hell hole is solid, as is the rest of the car
Remanufactured dash top with ashtray delete
German loop carpet in cinnamon
Brown vinyl interior 9/10
Restored gauges + custom 4 gauge (oil, temp, volts, fuel)
Momo prototipo steering wheel + offset spacer for more leg room
New Blaupunkt radio with bluetooth
6" round Blaupunkt speaker pods
8" fiberglass subwoofer in passenger footrest location
New aluminum door sills
New carpets and CoCo mats
Lots of fresh gaskets and other bits
Brakes - replated & rebuilt rear calipers, rebuilt front calipers and new MC
Bilstein HD shocks + Ground Control coilovers
15x7" replica 914-6 GT wheels from Group 4 Wheels (http://group4wheels.com/wheels_pag1570.php) under slightly rolled fenders, 205-55 Toyo tires
Optima Redtop AGM battery (new)
New shift bushings
Stuff to do:
Oil leaks - no more than usual for 2.7L
Fresh air blower doesn't work - don't really miss it either
Rust bubbles from bad windshield install (see pictures) - surface rust only, metal is solid
Rust bubble on right rear fender lip (see picture)
If you look closely, minor body work needed on inside left front wheel well to make perfect (see picture). Body is perfectly straight with paperwork from Custom Alignment (suspension specialists) in Mountain View, CA.
Jackpoints should be ground off and replaced
Tach bounces sometimes when you have the turn signal on?
No front spare tire (picture of tire in front trunk outdated)
I'm selling because I need a daily commuter but Bay Area traffic is horrendous and an air-cooled car needs moving air to cool it. I bought in September 2017 and have put about $4,000 in sorting out little issues like full tune up, sticky throttle cable, frozen fuel sender, worn out shift bushings, etc. It now runs as well as you can expect a 45 year old car, but the 1st gear synchro will need replacing in a year or two.
Any questions about the car, please feel free to contact my Porsche mechanic, Bill Eason, of Eason Auto Works: http://www.easonauto.com/ or (510) 420-126.

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