1973 Porsche 914 2.0 For Sale


2.2 liter air-cooled flat four rebuilt by Performance Motor Car Investments' Russ Kelso in Corrales, New Mexico.

Porsche pistons and cylinders

Side shift 901 transmission works perfectly.

Heavy duty heads, valves

Balanced crank and rods

Aggressive camshaft

Lightened flywheel

Solid motor mounts

40mm Weber carburetors

MSD ignition

Porsche 911 SC suspension and sway bars

Koni adjustable shocks

Porsche 911 SC calipers and rotors, front and rear

Porsche 911 SC 5-lug hubs and 6 x 15 cookie cutter wheels

Brake bias adjustable

Close ratio gears

Headers, no heat exchangers, free flow muffler

Accu-sump oil pressure management with braided oil lines

Side skirts and front air dam

Recent tune-up with new fan belt, valve adjustment, brake pads

New windshield

New Hankook R-compound tires

Tow bar system included

Battery "hell hole" just fine


This car is ready for autocross or DE. It's street legal - lights and wipers work. PCA member owned for 30 years. Why try to build one of these performance cars yourself when it's already been done for you?

Is it perfect? Of course not. What does it need? It's got several areas where rust pocks have started - fairly common for these cars. The seats and seat belts are stock - fine for autocross or DE, but if you want to race at the track, you're going to need seats, roll cage, and harnesses.

Price: $5,000 or best offer. I'm VERY motivated to sell. I'm super busy with a new career and just don't have as much time as I'd hoped to autocross and race. The car is located in the South Denver area.