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1973 Porsche 914 2.0

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1973 Porsche 914 2.0

Winning Bid: $29,300 (USD) by: humbywan

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Chassis/VIN:

4732909210

Location:

Boise, Idaho

Odometer:

30,712 (Mi)

Lot Number:

2938681

Engine:

2.0L H4

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Manual

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Winning Bid: $29,300 (USD) by: humbywan

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Chassis/VIN:

4732909210

Location:

Boise, Idaho

Odometer:

30,712 (Mi)

Lot Number:

2938681

Engine:

2.0L H4

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

If a bid is placed within the last two minutes of an auction, an additional two minutes is added to ensure all bidders have a fair chance to bid. Bid carefully. The highest winning bidder will enter into a legally binding purchase contract.

Vehicle Story

This 1973 Porsche 914 is finished in Zambezi Green over a tan interior and powered by a 2.0L air-cooled flat 4-cylinder engine with a 5-speed manual transmission. The car recently received a cosmetic restoration and is equipped with polished 15” wheels, chrome bumpers, pop up headlights, bucket seats, an AM/FM radio, and a removable roof panel. Located in Boise, Idaho, this 914 is now offered by the selling dealer with a binder of receipts and records and sold on a clean Idaho title.

Finished in Zambezi Green from the factory, the body was recently resprayed in the original hue, and the removable top was resprayed in black. Other exterior features include chrome bumpers, pop-up headlights, and fog lamps. "PORSCHE" lettering is found stamped into the black lower rockers as well as in the rear grille. Additional brightwork includes window trim, door handles, and dual side-view mirrors.

15” polished alloy Fuchs wheels are wrapped Veento G2 in tires measuring 195/65 all around. The braking system consists of discs on all four corners.

The interior is equipped with tan bucket seats with matching carpeting and door panels. A center console is mounted in between and houses the shifter for the 5-speed transmission and upholstered armrest. A Blaupunkt AM/FM radio is equipped in the dash, next to the heater controls. Additional features include tan floormats with green stitched Porsche script and a MOMO Prototipo steering wheel.

Instrumentation consists of a centrally mounted 7K-rpm tachometer, along with a 150-mph speedometer and fuel gauge.  Ancillary gauges are located in the center stack and provide readouts for voltage, and engine temperature, while an analog clock is mounted above both. The 5 digit odometer currently shows just over 30K miles; true mileage is unknown.

The mid-mounted 2.0L 4-cylinder boxer engine is equipped with Bosch fuel injection was factory rated at 100 horsepower when new. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a dogleg 5-speed manual transmission. The drivetrain has been routinely maintained and documented with a binder of service records and reciepts.

The underside has been fully restored, with all components repainted or replated. Additional photos are available in the gallery.

Included in the sale is a binder of maintenance receipts and records from previous owners.  

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Comments & Questions

December 15, 2020
10:11 AM
Seller

Recent work done is a brake service with a new master cylinder, rebuilt calipers, new plugs, fluid service, new cylinder head temp sensor, and new font struts. Compression results : #1- 115 psi, #2 125 psi, #3- 125 psi, #4: 125 psi

December 14, 2020
10:19 PM

Additionally, writeup clearly states "195/65 all around"; however, the photos show 165/80's. 165 is the correct tire for originality and correct diameter (25.4") to keep the speedo correct. The 195 setup is better than the 165 for many reasons - 205/60 setup is the best overall if you can avoid rub issues (rim offset fixes). Deano911 Side shifter is the update for 1973 - with a build date of 12/72 was it actually on the assembly line yet... more than likely YES.

December 14, 2020
07:54 PM

Recent compression test (leak-down) results? Original motor (numbers match)? Not sure that the transaxle is correct for a model year 12/72 manufacture date? Original? Since the gauges have been swapped - why rely on a "idiot light" for oil pressure when you have the center console that you can mount an oil pressure gauges in? Oh, well then - a quartz clock... hmmmm, I guess it could tell me it's time to buy a new engine because I have no oil... Deano911

December 04, 2020
04:12 PM
Seller

Hi online this evening if anyone has any questions.

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