1973 Porsche 914
Convertible Car for sale in Longmont, Colorado 80503
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1973 Porsche 914 $25,995
1973 Porsche 914LS.
This Renegade Hybrids LS3 conversion was built in 2015, and $100,000 was invested in this beautiful car. After a minor accident in March 2018, the car was returned to Renegade, and over $10,000 was invested in a "Rotisserie" inspection and refurbishment, a new transmission and shift linkage, and minor repairs. As Scott at Renegade said, "The car is perfect, like the customer asked". With less than 2000 miles since the original build was completed, it has all the best features of a Renegade Hybrids car. Upgrades include the Renegade custom 901 transmission upgrade, Porsche Carerra RS brake upgrade, suspension upgrades, a Renegade custom interior, Crow racing harnesses, Fuchs Alloys, Falken tires, Rockford Fosgate stereo, a Rennshift performance shifter, and a Renegade A/C system. There is simply too much to list, but all paperwork on this beautiful car goes with it, including the original build sheet.
Watch the Youtube video "Porsche 914 LS1 Part #2". This is the car your considering, although the engine is an LS3, not an LS1. I've also swapped out the Rally seats for a pair of OEM seats.
This beautiful car cost me over $45,000, but time and interests move on. Asking $25,995.00.
(720) 352-5356, ask for Ben.
1973 Porsche 914 Specifications
Classic Car ID101030779
Trim Body Style
Transmission4 Speed Manual
Custom Exterior ColorTwo-Tone
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