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The Volkswagen Kombi van reached iconic status, with even a school lunch box fashioned in its image. During those early years, the Volkswagen Microbus morphed into various forms. From a cargo carrier with no windows behind the driver's seat to a windowed passenger van with three rows of seats, the possibilities seemed endless.
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The affordable, fun, and nimble German sports car has really come into its own on the classic market. This 1976 Porsche 914 has a great color combo, the right features, and the unmistakable feeling of a true driving machine engineered in Stuttgart. And its all available today at an affordable price. 1976 was the final year for the 914. Besides the rarity of less than 8,000 produced, all the years of development really makes this one the model to have. The design was one of the most interesting Porsche ever made. It follows the same principal of the 911 that made sure the tall fender line helped you understand where the front edges of the car were, but then it adds in a completely sleek front end with the aid of pop up headlights. In fact, the 914 has such a distinct look that a bold color like Signal Orange seems to be ideal for this coupe. It also goes nicely with the black elements, like the bumpers, b-pillar, and the 914s large targa roof. They even added a polished set of Fuchs-style wheels for added distinction. If you like the way the black trim looks against the orange exterior, then youre going to love the interior. And after all, a targa sports car is meant to be open to the world and put the wind in your hair. So you get a well-preserved black interior, and they even added black and orange coco-style mats to really show you they were thoughtful about color coordination. The whole interior is well presented, including the dash with the heat/defrost sliders and AM/FM/cassette stereo. Bucket seats, a well-placed gearshift, the classic Porsche steering wheel, and a full gauge cluster with the tach prominently in the middle this offers the true vintage Porsche experience. Its hard not to look in the engine bay and make comparisons to the modern Boxster. After all, the 2.0-liter flat-four motor is mounted in the center to give you the best balance on the road. And just like the Boxster, this setup also gives you two trunks. You get to make the most out of this powerplant thanks to fuel-injection and the control that comes from a five-speed manual transmission. With a car this well-balanced, youll also love the fully independent suspension and four-wheel disc brakes. It makes for a total package that will have you constantly looking for the long and winding road home. Complete with maintenance records, Porsche made affordability exciting with the 914, and this nicely preserved classic is ready to be taken home right now by the first one to grab this deal. Call today!!!
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