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> 914 article, from American Collectors Ins
hndyhrr
post Jul 9 2024, 09:34 AM
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I received this in my email this morning. It's from March of this year. Thought I would share.

https://americancollectors.com/articles/few...ng-porsche-914/

Have a grand day and stay cool. Suppose to be 108 here today in So Oregon.


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post Jul 9 2024, 01:27 PM
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I have my 914 insured through them. I agree about looking for a rust free car. The rust you see is only a small sample of what is hiding internally. Look for a CA or AZ car!
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post Jul 9 2024, 02:05 PM
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The article isn't all that accurate on some of the details (i.e available engines choices, VW Bus engine used for big bore) but okay.
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post Jul 9 2024, 06:23 PM
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About this article. I was always told if I have nothing good to say about something, then don't say anything so here goes.
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post Jul 9 2024, 07:33 PM
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QUOTE(hndyhrr @ Jul 9 2024, 09:34 AM) *

I received this in my email this morning. It's from March of this year. Thought I would share.

https://americancollectors.com/articles/few...ng-porsche-914/

Have a grand day and stay cool. Suppose to be 108 here today in So Oregon.


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"From 1970 to 1973, all 914s were powered by the 1.7-liter flat-four engine. For 1974, the single engine choice was replaced by two: a 1.8-liter flat-four, and a stouter 2.0-liter option."

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48° this morning and 88° this afternoon here.
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