|Sale by dealer or Private party?
|Porsche 914 1.7/1.8/2.0
|20K- Miles (5-DIGIT ODOMETER)
|Seller reported accidents
|Bid to $7,000
This auction has ended
Ended on: Dec 05 at 02:00pm MST
Transport & Import/EXport
Location: Morro Bay, California United States
transport estimateBased on quotes other buyers have received from transport carriers on similar routes
This 1971 Porsche 914 1.7, painted in Signal Orange, has a history rooted in Southern California. Its 2007 refinishing brought a unique touch, featuring aftermarket bumpers, a custom snakeskin-style black vinyl interior, a MOMO Veloce steering wheel, a Kicker subwoofer, and a 5-speed manual transaxle. Currently up for auction in California, it boasts period-correct coloring and custom body-colored bumpers with fog lights.
For Canadian bidders, this 914 is directly importable without modification being greater than 15 years old. For more information on transport/import please visit our Transport/Import page here.
The exterior showcases a black roof panel, pop-up headlamps, a Porsche-logo tail panel reflector, a polished exhaust outlet, dual body-colored mirrors, chrome door handles, black lower rocker panels, and 15” Empi Fuchs-style wheels.
Cosmetic imperfections are transparent in the photo gallery, presenting an honest view of its condition. The sale includes an owner’s manual, documentation, a spare tire, and a clean title.
Internally, the 914 houses a black vinyl interior with snakeskin print inserts, a three-spoke MOMO Veloce steering wheel, and a black leather gear knob.
The sound system comprises a Sony head unit, Audiobahn speakers, a Kicker subwoofer, and a trunk-mounted Kicker amplifier. Additional features include three-point seatbelts, a glovebox, manual window cranks, a heater, and analog VDO instrument gauges.
Powering this 914 is a 1.7-liter flat-four engine with fuel injection, delivering power to the rear wheels through a 5-speed manual transaxle. An aftermarket exhaust muffler and Spectre performance air filter enhance performance. Regular use and maintenance, including fluid replacements in July 2023, attest to its ongoing care.