This 1972 Porsche 914 Could Be A Riot On The Autocross

This 1972 Porsche 914 Could Be A Riot On The Autocross

Back in the day I used to run at the Porsche Club autocross events in Weatherford Texas. And one thing I remember about those events was how fast the Porsche 914 guys were. The cars are tiny, a V8 will fit in them if you want, but you don’t have to do that swap to make one stupid fast. Porsche engines of all shapes and sizes will fit in one as well, and they are a car that really shines on tight little race tracks. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a very capable car on the road coarse as well, but it’s small size is certainly an advantage on autocross courses.

This example is a 1972 and is in perfect daily driver trim. Not only is the engine fresh, but

1972 Porsche 914 : 2.3L 3

Here is what the seller has to say:

This Porsche 914 is for sale as is, this car has a 0 mile custom built NineOneFourRacing 175hp 2.3L engine and external oil cooling system along with a rebuilt 901 factory trans, new struts front and rear, five lug conversion w/factory 16in. 911 fuch alloys on Nitto race tires, new re-upholstered interior, new stereo system, vehicle has a clear title and no accidents, interested call Glenn at (213) 909-2528. (This car is a perfect daily driver and fast enough to autocross or short track).

1972 Porsche 914 : 2.3L 1 1972 Porsche 914 : 2.3L 10 1972 Porsche 914 : 2.3L 9 1972 Porsche 914 : 2.3L 8 1972 Porsche 914 : 2.3L 7 1972 Porsche 914 : 2.3L 5 1972 Porsche 914 : 2.3L 4 1972 Porsche 914 : 2.3L 2

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One thought on “This 1972 Porsche 914 Could Be A Riot On The Autocross

  1. Hans

    I bought this car.
    Although the seller (Glenn) promised a good working car, it arrived in Texas unable to drive. It had many electrical short circuits. Alternator was completely fried (literally, has short circuit inside) and of course battery was shot as well.

    After replacing battery and alternator, other remaining short circuits (now being fed enough electricity to make a difference) caused a fire on my first 5 minute drive.

    All that is left is a pile of charcoal.

    Glenn (the friendly salesmen) is claiming to be innocent.


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