1975 914/6 Track Car
Cont. Porsche Models: 914-6
Mileage (numbers only please): 38000
Price (no $ sign please): $32500
Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing
Location (Region): NorthEast
Body Style: Targa
Transmission Type: Manual - 5 speed
2 or 4 Wheel Drive?: 2 Wheel Drive
Engine Type: Carbs
Stereo System: None
1975 914 6 conversion
I am helping my brother sell his 914 track car. A new marriage, new home and new job have left him little time to enjoy this great car.
We can trace the cars history back to the mid 1980's when a doctor in Ohio started the build with a 38,000 mile donor car. He did a major conversion to the car and went to the track with it doing mostly de's with it. We have over 250 photos of the transformation and over $100,000 in receipts.
After a few years, the car was sold to Art Woodworth in FL and Art co drove the car with Dave Panaccione for several years under the Specialty Imports banner. They ran mostly with HSR, some highlights were winning the night race in 1991 at Sebring and a class win at the 1993 America's 914 Challenge race at Rooebling Road. They had great success with the car. The car was powered then with a 2.8, twin plug engine. After a few years with the car, Art sold the car to Gary Gandy of Parish Heacock insurance. The car now had a 2.6 liter 6 cylinder in it. Gary used the car as a sales backdrop for their STP (Storage, Transport and Paddock) insurance at racetracks across the US. Gary joked that the car had over 100,000 trailer miles on it but he only used the car on the track a few times during his ownership.
My brother purchased the car in 2012 from Gary and sent it to Automobile Assocates of Canton in CT to recommission it for track use. They replaced all of the brake systems, rebuilt the carbs, redid the suspension etc (a $7500 service). At that time, new seats (Kirkey full containment seat for the driver and an Intermediate Road Race seat for the passenger). A new shifter and all of the bushings in the linkages were renewed. New Minilite wheels were bought and the 8" Fuchs from the rear of the car were refinished and moved to the front. Later that summer, a custom, noise compliant muffler was fabricated for Lime Rock sound restrictions.
My brother used the car for de's for the next few years and life bought up with him. He is reluctantly selling the car.
38,000 mile donor car
Fully seam welded
Full cage with door bars and suspension pickups
Full chassis reinforcements
Steel factory 914Gt front flares
AIR 914/6 GTU 11" rear fiberglass flares
IMSA front bumper with brake ducting, oil cooler and lamps
Fiberglass rear bumper
Steel front hood and fiberglass GT Racing rear lid
Lightened steel doors
Lexan rear window and new glass front windshield
Full fire system
Custom wire harness
Coilovers at all four corners
Adjustable spring precise
275# front springs, 250# rears
22mm front sway bar and 19mm rear bar
Fully corner balanced
22 gallon Fuel Safe cell
Holley fuel pump
4 gallon Patterson oil tank
Braided stainless oil lines
Weber 40's, rebuilt
8' front Fuchs with 225/50R15 Hoosiers
9" Minilites with 245/50R15 Hoosiers
Fresh syncros and bearings
Quaife limited slip
Modified SC axles
JWest Rennshift shifter
All new bushings on linkages
911 Carrera front rotors and calipers
911SC rear rotors and calipers
New Tilton master cylinders (two) and balance bar
All new lines and hoses
Kirkey 45 Full containment drivers seat
Kirkey Intermediate Road Race passenger seat
Ceramic coated headers
Custom Lime Rock compliant muffler
Asking $32,500. Car is located in Manchester, VT.
Here is an album of pictures (if you click on the picture it will open an album with more pictures and more videos)
A few videos:
A video of the 25th anniversary of the 914 race at Savannah with the car :
The car has been super reliable and is ready to go with some new tires and a brake flush.
Please feel free to contact me for any other info.
Thanks for reading this far.
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