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914-6 values

Well, with long hoods exploding on the market place, will the 914-6 be next?

They are:

1)rare
2)911 powered
3)old
4)many have been modified so finding an unmolested original one will only get harder to find

The only "con" is that they are a 914

Anyway. Does anyone know current "6" values? My dad is thinking of selling his. One owner car (yes, he is the original owner). Light Ivory over tan. Original 2.0L motor (numbers matching). Original uncracked dash; radio, jack, toolkit, owners manual, foot rest, center console. Approx 60K miles. Zero rust (hell hole, longitudinals etc) 5.5 x 14 fuchs. No rips.tears on seats/seatback. Original seat belts. Original rear valance. Original lenses.


Is there a stonger Euro market than US market? When my dad sold his '55 speedster it ended up going to a guy who was taking it back to Germany. I see a lot of early "S" being sent back as well. How about a "6"?
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Sorry can't help you with values, but I know I want one! There's a thread about people talking about the next big thing with 911's. I think a lot of 911 owners are going to be picking up 914's. Remember, you heard it hear first!
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will the 914-6 be next?

Next? The 914-6 has already popped in price.
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Sorry can't help you with values, but I know I want one! There's a thread about people talking about the next big thing with 911's. I think a lot of 911 owners are going to be picking up 914's. Remember, you heard it hear first!
I think the 914's in very good to excellent condition will be the next ticket along with fine examples of the 912's except for the 912E.
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Sorry can't help you with values, but I know I want one! There's a thread about people talking about the next big thing with 911's. I think a lot of 911 owners are going to be picking up 914's. Remember, you heard it hear first!
I did. I picked up a factory '70 914-6 this year. A really fun car and a great compliment to the early 911. I do think these will have higher profile in the marketplace and see some significant appreciation int he next few years. That's not why I bought it, just a nice justification for doing so. I didn't go for complete originality though as mine has GT flairs and a 3.0. I'm now on the lookout for the (a) stock engine case.

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