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10/13/2019 UPDATE: Added more details / info and pictures to the last few posts.

For Sale:
I have decided to sell my 914-6, I have owned the car almost 5 years and have put less than 1000 miles on it in that time. I have come to the realization that I have too many projects / cars and not enough time.
This is an original 6 that was restored several years back with Steel GT flares

Paint: Signal Orange (Original Color)
Engine: 1970 2.2S MFI engine rebuilt by Denny Aker's in Seattle
Exhaust: Stock 914-6 heat exchangers with modified 911 muffler for 2 in / 2 out.
Trans: Side Shift transaxle, stock -4 gear ratios, GT Torque Biasing Diff, J-west side shift linkage update
Brakes: Front: 911S Alloy Calipers, Rears: 914-6 GT mod with drilled / vented rotors on all four corners
Wheels: Fuchs 15x7" Fronts, 15x8" Rears (comes with 15x8" spare)
Interior: Momo Prototipo wheel, GTS classic seats with houndstooth inserts, Nakamichi CD player with removable face and aftermarket speaker pods.
Body / Exterior: Steel fender flares, steel rocker panels modified for flares, steel front valance modified for flares, GT engine lid built by Sergio Meza, Hella Euro lenses front and rear. Re-chromed front and rear original bumpers with license plate holed welded up on front bumper (high quality chrome work, you have to see these to appreciate how nice they are), new / perfect rubber bumper tops. Original side view mirror (drivers side only)
Battery: Odyssey PC680 dry cell battery, rennline battery holder, hella battery cut-off switch, relocated to front trunk (see pics).

Original Numbers matching 2.0L longblock included
COA included with car along with large folder of records.
Asking: $79,000

Serious buyers will have to PM me with an actual phone number, internet scammers can F#ck-off mad.gif

I will add more pics and details in the coming days.

As promised here is a list of items I have replaced since I have owned car.

Work Performed Summer 2015:
Installed new speedometer cable
Installed new J-West side shifter linkage
Install late style parking brake handle
Installed 944 inertia reel seat belts
Installed new Hella Euro front turn signal lenses
Replaced front sway bar drop links with adjustable units
Replaced front suspension bushings
Replace oil pressure sender with new VDO 0-80 psi sender to match gauge
Replace fuel tank sending unit with new VDO part
Rebuilt pedal cluster with new bronze bushings, new clutch shaft and spring.
Replaced right targa bar window seal
Replaced Fuel Filler Cap seal
Replaced old “914-6” emblem with NOS gold 914-6 script
Installed new 12v power adapter under dash (for GPS/phone charger)
Repainted petals all four Fuchs wheels with aluminum paint (RSR look)
Remove muffler, cleaned, re-welded tail pipe, painted with grey ceramic paint
Replaced MFI fuel filter in engine compartment
Installed New Rear adjustable Koni shocks with coil over kit (175 lbs springs)
Work performed Summer of 2018:
Removed engine / Trans / Oil tank / Fuel Tank
Installed New front motor mount
Installed new stainless steel fuel lines through tunnel.
Installed new oil supply line from oil tank to engine.
Adjusted valves, replaced valve cover gaskets with new silicon units (no leaks)
Replaced alternator / alternator belt.
Media blasted 11 blade fan and clear coated fan
Installed new 123 Ignition programmable blue tooth Distributor
Replaced rear brake hosed with new DOT Stainless steel lines.
Cleaned and Tested all MFI injectors, replaced one bad injector
Installed new IMI Hi-Torque Starter

Recent Work Performed:
Replaced alloy lug nuts - Oct 2019
Installed new Odyssey PC680 Battery – Oct 2019
Installed New first gear syncro – Oct 2019
Looks like a great ride there Dominic.

You should add a few more pics of like the interior, engine bay, trunks, etc.
Bruce Hinds
WOW - If I could afford a 6 that would be the one!
If it doesn't stay in our "family" I'd love to see what it goes for on BAT. The prices are staggering.
Great looking Six- GLWTS. beerchug.gif
…. original motor … included?

More pics of Interior...
QUOTE(BuddyV @ Oct 8 2019, 09:44 AM) *

…. original motor … included?


"Original Numbers matching 2.0L long block included"

Great car. Great price.

This car is a flippers paradise.

This car is perfect in every way....

Mike Fitton
Looks like the Tach and combo gauge are non-original, is the speedometer original? Do you have original gauges? Does the dash have a cap on it, hard to tell from pictures.
This appears to be an awesome 914/6 ... I love it!


BTW: Which transmission does it have?
If this is a "/car" that you are selling, i would really like to see the "project/" that you are keeping! Very nice! pray.gif
QUOTE(a9146luvr @ Oct 9 2019, 01:30 PM) *

If this is a "/car" that you are selling, i would really like to see the "project/" that you are keeping! Very nice! pray.gif

agree.gif Love this car. I just printed out the 3 first pictures of the add in hopes of having mine turn out like this. Beautiful car GLWS.
BTW is the sail panel painted?
Beautiful car - it's always a timing issue with me when the cool ones come up for sale. sad.gif
QUOTE(Mike Fitton @ Oct 9 2019, 07:09 AM) *

Looks like the Tach and combo gauge are non-original, is the speedometer original? Do you have original gauges? Does the dash have a cap on it, hard to tell from pictures.

Yes, someone once told me the Tach was a 911 Turbo tach with the boost converted to the oil pressure gauge. The dash is a very nice original dash pad (not a cap).

I did not build the car so I don't know all of the details.

Some More Pics...
More pics.. last one shows the rear trunk panel with the original chasis number stamping.

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