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Make: Porsche
Model: 914
SubModel: Targa
Type: 2 Door Targa
Trim: Appearance group options
Year: 1972
Mileage: 82,549
VIN: 4722919817
Color: Sunflower Yellow
Engine: 1.7
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 5 Spped manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Springfield, Vermont, United States

1972 Porsche 914 Targa Additional Info:

Here is my personal 1972 Porsche 914 with the matching 1.7 engine and 5 speed transmission.

Yes it's sunflower yellow and I found itunder a chicken coop in Maine 4 years ago where it sat in dry storage since 1988. "A real coop find." lol

Last Spring I finally got around to attempting to start it. I changed the oil, replaced the gas tank, cleaned the fuel lines, replaced the injectors and it started up and ran. Everything works except the odometer.

The floors and both trunks are totally rust free but we did replace the inner/outer rockers, jack posts, door sills anddoor jambs with new steel. A friend did the welding and paintwork. The chrome bumpers are nice but the rubber upper trim pieces are showing their years.

Beginning under the hood: The engine isvery well detailedoriginal air cooled 1.7 liter 4 cylinder mated to a correct 5 speed gearbox. Engine runs good and the transmission shifts great.

The interior is in very good condition.

The dash is very nice with all of the correct switches, lighter, glovebox and dash pad. The dash pad has a very minor crack in the corner where the gauge pod dead ends.

The tires are excellent and all 4 calipers, master cylinder and proportioning valve were replaced. The brakes and handbrake work as they should. All lights and motors have been cleaned and tested.

All parts used were original genuine Porsche andonly the stainless steel outer rockers areaftermarket.

Thiscar is currently registered in Vermont as an Antique Vehicle.


The state of Vermont does not issue titles for cars more than 12 years old but your state does recognize this Vermont State Law and you can title it in your own state. A bill of sale with the Vermont registration card will be sufficient.


A $2,000 deposit is due within 48 hours and payment in full within 7 days.

I will assist in loading but shipping is the buyers responsibility.