1974 Porsche 914 with 2.0 engine This project car that my son and I have been working on for a couple of years but we no longer have a garage and don’t have the time to work on it. The car starts up and runs great and has a low reserve. The car has the very desirable 2.0 engine. This car is going to be a great driver and weekend car when done and is about 80% complete, it is not a perfect car but if you are looking for an affordable fun car this is it. Check out the pictures and you can see how much has been done and that it is all there and needs some TLC. The true mileage is unknown but shows under 100,000 but that is not verified. We have cleaned, and restored the interior, replaced the seats with custom designed seats. These seats cost over $1000 to have made and really dress up the car. The steering wheel has been painstakingly restored and the instrument panel has been sanded down and painted red to add contrast. Mechanically the car is great and starts up and drives great. The car handles the larger tires with ease and also has the 911 style rims. The carburetor has been rebuilt and adjusted. The manifold gaskets have been also replaced. The car has a new battery. We customized the center console and installed 2 high output speakers as well as replaced the standard speakers in the kicker panels with better speakers. We also updated the sound system with a brand new Pioneer stereo still in the box. The interior was stripped out and any service rust was taken care of and has been painted and sealed. On 4/19/14 we installed new upgraded carpet with added sound proofing where possible. Our goal was to make this car a daily driver and have been replacing all of the necessary parts to make this car solid. We have replaced the rubber gaskets in the targa top and window edges. The seals in the front trunk have been replaced. One of the most important things we did was replace the seatbelts with new ones from a 928 so they are better quality.
Lutherville-Timonium, Maryland, United States