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> 1973 totally rust free SW 914 2.0 street/track with custom made trailer, 35 year owned and well sorted multi purpose package
hushpuppy
post Jun 11 2024, 06:28 AM
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1973 914 2.0 street/track autocross car with matching 914 sourced tire hauling trailer . Appearance group 21MM front torsion bars, 180lbsprings, bilstiens all four corners. replacement dash, windshield, new tires. just freshened up underneath with engine bay detail, inner fender paint, some reinforcement and strenghthening. front 22mm weltmiester bar heim joint links, engine has just had all top end seals (oil cooler head gaskets, oil return tubes) and clean up and detail New fuel system relocated to the front all fuel lines, metal under battery lines. vacume and fue vent systems renewed MSD 6 AL ignition triggered by pertronix igniter. Smooth original FI front mount aux oil cooler. no rust ever on original AZ southwest car. 35 year owned and it is time to pass the torch to a new PCA er for the next 51 years; Custom made roll cage that allows use of the top as original and sun visors. renewed seat upholstery;. lots of restoration pics and a few more videos. this car is sound for all vintage and track events or just a spirited drive on tail of the Dragon or Angeles crest HWY or just out you back door thanks 22,000 obo bank transfer or cash for payment thanks these youtube videos show this car accurately as my pics are too large for this post thanks https://youtu.be/G8Ju5gUjjFc?si=4SCPvMS2eSAwEFmN and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtVRpDde7X4
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post Jun 11 2024, 09:04 AM
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Isn’t this the car that just sold on BAT ?

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post Jun 11 2024, 02:04 PM
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Isn’t this the car that just sold on BAT ?



Looks like it . Weird.
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post Jun 11 2024, 02:30 PM
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Rust Free?! That doesn't exist!
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post Jun 12 2024, 09:24 AM
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QUOTE(v82go @ Jun 11 2024, 07:04 AM) *

Isn’t this the car that just sold on BAT ?



Looks like it . Weird.


Definitely appears to be the same car and trailer, and the BAT seller’s and OP’s usernames are similar too. OP has been here for a while though. Maybe the BAT sale fell through? It happens sometimes. The BAT buyer mentioned having to tell his wife after he won, maybe she vetoed the purchase.

https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1973-porsche-914-130/

Seems like it’s probably a legit post, but I’m sure we’d all like to hear from the seller regarding the quick relisting. I love the car and trailer, and definitely considered bidding.
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