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Current Prices for 914-6's?

Just curious what the going prices are for 914-6's? Also, how much do you ding the value, if the motor isn't the original 2.2T?
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Mint Original "Plus 5" condition (Plus 5 is original paint, original motor, original trans, original interior, original options per Kardex or C of A)... $50K + depending on your wallet.
Nicely restored to original Condition... $35K
Restored to decent driver condition... $25K
Restored to "Outlaw" condition... $20K (non original motor or trans or both; some body mods)
Not restored original condition... $15K (rough but mostly there; complete with original motor and trans)
Not restored, rough condition... $10K (non original engine, trans, and missing a lot )
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Btw...

The "Original" Engines of the /6's were the iron case 2.0 Liters...

With Webers...

Like I had in my 1968 911"L"...

2.2's came on later in the 911's....1971???
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Max 2.0.. where are you getting your numbers from? Just curious. I figured even a "Plus 5" was only a 30ish car...

And yes.. the original motor was a 2.0 Liter.. T spec ..(from the 1969 USA T)

2.2L was the motor for 1970-1971 911's (2.2 T, E and S specs... 125-180hp iirc)
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914/6 Values...

The fact is, I have never personally seen a "Plus 5" 914/6, so I can't say for sure where the price point would fall, but if they are that rare, and with only what, 3,300 built, I suspect they are definitely in the mid five figures and up...

Now, I have seen several (like five) really nicely restored to orginal specs /6's, and in the past two years, they have all traded hands for $30 to $40K... and I seriously doubt that you would pry any one of them away from their current owners for less than $35K... prolly more like $45K but they may be thinking a bit ahead of the curve...

And then there are all of the rest... like the thre /6's that have just been on eBay in the past week (2 of which are still there)... they range from "mixed bag" to a pure "mutt", but they will each prolly best the $9 to $10K mark...

Amazing, isn't it??? Couldn't hardly give the damn things away back in the day...
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This is a very interesting topic as I have an original 914-6 that I am getting ready to sell...

Little history...It's a real 914-6 1970....has approximately 45K miles on it...just installed rebuilt 2.2 911T engine with rebuilt original webers....have the original numbered 2.0L case and 901 transmission that is in the car now....new Bilsten shocks...rebuilt brakes....new OEM Bosch fuel pump and new hoses......Fuchs 7x16 Front 8x16 Rear......excellent body...no rust...really....New paint Grand Prix White over the original Light Ivory...very good original interior...
Only down side from original is the front and rear bumpers and rockers are fiberglass and it has fiberglass GT flares installed....excellent pro installation of the flares...
Runs and drives great....everything works!

What do you think it is worth???

Thanks....John

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Oh, John... Why did they have to butcher a /6 with original engine and trans??? That is something you do to a ragged out '72 1.7 that has enough just metal left to hold the fiberglass parts on!!!

As the car sits, it has been transformed into an "Outlaw" at best, but w/o the benefit of the "big" 3.2 Liter that is all the rage to stuff in back there! Sooo... you have a slow (relatively speaking) Outlaw with non desireable body mods (i.e. fiberglass; Ugh) that will be expensive and difficult to remove, and a repaint in a non original color... with nice but again, incorrect wheels...

Hmmm... Well, it is salvageable, IF someone wants to invest $10 to $15K to put it right, and with the correct mechanicals, but with a correctly redone body, it would be in the $35k range... so, deduct the $15K to "Make It Right", and you are back to $20K...

Which interestingly enough, is what I pegged a body modded Outlaw at in my first post...

I assume all correct 914/6 ID plates and numbers are still attached? If not, then the price drops to 1/2 of the above $20K, or about $10K, if you can find someone who likes white, which is prolly the very worst color for a 914. Sorry!

Are you handy with tools? Own a mig welder? Start by collecting the required front and rear bumpers (NOT an easy task!), front and rear underpieces (good luck there!), a set of 5.5 x 14" Fuchs (now those I know where to get!), front and rear fender panels, and all of the other necessities... and start removing all of the modifications... practice your welding skills... repair the damage previously done, repaint in the correct Ivory (a bit better than Hospital White!), and you might get it all done for under the $10K figure! BUT... you can then advertise it for $35K and have some hope of getting it, if the work is done well! Best of luck!

Oh, check out the partially restored Orange /6 currently on evilbay.. looks like it could make
$20K!
But your car would be a better example of the Marque, when done correctly!
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Max2.0...that's also about where I pegged it....$20K....seeing what they are gouing for these days...yep it is a shame that the second or third owner did the mods...he was SCCA autoxing it way back then...so I guess it seemed resonable at the time....yep has all the correct numbers...nope not going to do anything to it....BTDT too many times....going to sell it...have other early 911 project to work on...
Thanks for your reply....
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Give the 914-6 a few years,Orginal driver cars will go for 35K+.The orange one on ebay now is up to 18k and its missing the windshild ID plate.The only way to buy a six is get the most orginal one you can afford.They are a true limited production Model...
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