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lostreasure
$24,500 Almost like the original! Real 1970 914 converted to 914-6 1970 911 engineClick to view attachment Click to view attachment Click to view attachment Click to view attachment Click to view attachment
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0VhvehOCp0
bretth
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burton73
PM sent

Bob B
pete000
Looks like a steal, if it was a real seller. (Susceptible)
lostreasure
QUOTE(pete000 @ Jan 12 2020, 11:56 AM) *

Looks like a steal, if it was a real seller. (Susceptible)

I purchased this car approx 2 years ago from another 914 member car is now on ebay
mb911
Great deal .. What are the specs..
lostreasure
1970 911 T engine built with 911E cams side shift trans brakes all done- runs and drives perfect no rust anywhere- hell hole also is rust free- fuchs are true dated 1969 14" x 5.5 as close to the original as possible
914z
QUOTE(lostreasure @ Jan 12 2020, 04:06 PM) *

1970 911 T engine built with 911E cams side shift trans brakes all done- runs and drives perfect no rust anywhere- hell hole also is rust free- fuchs are true dated 1969 14" x 5.5 as close to the original as possible


Why so inexpensive confused24.gif seams like a great by but... what carbs do you have on her? Is the "T" a 2.0 or a 2.2? Was the suspension touched? Great color!
Super90
What is ebay link please, cant find it? PM your phone n other contact info as I’ll come up and if as represented we can do something. Cant find any other records so please in PM let me know who you got it from n is there a clear title n in what state. Thanks
AlanG
QUOTE(mb911 @ Jan 12 2020, 04:57 PM) *

Great deal .. What are the specs..



Yes, please add build specs. Additional pics would be welcome too.
lostreasure
I added a link for video when i purchased
MikeInMunich
Incredible deal! w00t.gif
rgalla9146
No comment.
JOEPROPER
QUOTE(rgalla9146 @ Jan 13 2020, 10:58 AM) *

No comment.

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Kansas 914
No Comment!
Chi-town
If you don't have a comment then please don't post. Drama is not needed.
Thunderchief
I agree Chi-town. I think it's a fair price and most likely legit.
sixaddict
Just maybe...the "no comment " IS the comment !
billh1963
Like any purchase, exercise due diligence.

You buy the seller as much as you buy the car when it comes to purchasing an older car
lostreasure
I have sold 6 Real 914-6’s over last 3 years 2 or 3 to 914 members here. I also sold concourse 914-6 to others including ebay never once has anyone that purchased a 914 from me complained or commented I did not represent car accurately. I have also purchased cars from brad and he can verify my integrity. This 914 is what it is a very nice conversion that can be enjoyed now for reasonable money. Thanks
Chi-town
QUOTE(sixaddict @ Jan 13 2020, 11:24 AM) *

Just maybe...the "no comment " IS the comment !



Then have a spine and say what you mean, the passive aggressive BS isn't my thing
MM1
With all the other nonesense I've gone through already in 2020 . . .I'm gonna be a believer on this one . . .please put me next in line after burton73!
pete000
Deal of the century !
roblav1
I was high bidder until this morning. Detail Pics of usual rust spots would be helpful.
pete000
Video's from 2018...looks like a lot of work has been done since...

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQarQTddtNeTaIfTUTZB-Tg
MM1
Has the hand-smoothed bondo patch been repaired properly?Click to view attachment
porschetub


Why so inexpensive confused24.gif seams like a great by but... what carbs do you have on her? Is the "T" a 2.0 or a 2.2? Was the suspension touched? Great color!
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If year correct it will be a 2.2 carbs are Zeniths .
lostreasure
Yes carbs are Zeniths -as good if not better on 2.2 engines if tuned correctly.
lostreasure
stabilizers have been added
mb911
I still think its a great deal.. It's hard to replicate for that money.
Super90
Hi, what is the answer to MM1's question posted the 14th? Properly repaired? Also, the PO showed a patch job on the front floor pans, which imo looked pretty sloppy...has that also been addressed and cleaned up? Pics would be great.

Have you done a compression test on the engine?

Thanks.
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