Used Porsche 914
Are you wondering what vintage sports car to get? Well, there cannot be a cooler, faster, and funnier classic than the Porsche 914, and you can get a Porsche 914 for sale on duPont Registry.
Porsche 914, also known as VW Porsche, is a classic mid-range sports car that dates back to 1970, and it was a joint between Porsche and Volkswagen.
Porsche 914 just turned 50, but the classic sports car is rare despite being produced in bulk (about 119,00 models) between 1970 and 1976
Well, it’s all about performance when it comes to the Porsche 914. This little machine can handle anything between 72 and 300 horsepower and hit a top speed of 72-155 mph, depending on the model and engine condition.
Over the years, the Porsche 914 has become popular among industry enthusiasts and vintage car collectors. Everyone wants to own one, and that has seen them disappear from the market.
Even used Porsche 914s are rare to find. Overall, the more they age, the more expensive they become.
During the mid1960s, Porsche saw the need to replace their 912 models with something more affordable. Coincidentally, Volkswagen was searching for something different from their Fastback and Beetle collection.
Moved by a common interest, the two giant car manufacturers collaborated, and that’s how the 914 Porsche was conceived.
Initially, the 914 only featured the ignition key on the steering column and only had an adjustable footrest. Now, most of these sports vehicles feature the ignition on the left and come with an adjustable footrest and an adjustable seat.
Also, more 6-cylinder engines are replacing the original 4-cylinder engines to guarantee more power, though it costs extra car weight.
The Porsche 914 Is about 157 inches long, thus longer than standard cars. It mostly comes with a removable rooftop to enjoy a cozy and classic look. Note that the Porsche 914 is different from the Porsche 914-6. Porsche 914 has a 1.7-liter engine with four cylinders, while the Porsche 914-6 has a 2.0-liter engine with six cylinders.
Porsche 914 prices are dictated by how well they are maintained. You will find those in excellent conditions costing about $31,950-$68,900 and used options in fair conditions for under $10,000.
There is no doubt that the Porsche 914 is worth it. For one, these speed beasts are the cheaper version of the Porsche 911. Not only are they more affordable, but they also feature equally affordable and genuine spare parts.
And as mentioned earlier, their speed and horsepower are unrivaled. An option like the 1975 Porsche 914 enjoys a top speed of 107.5 mph, and you can inquire about it and many others on duPont Registry.
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