Heap of the Week: 1967 Porsche 912

I mentioned a few weeks back how the Porsche 912 could serve as a worthwhile substitute for those entertaining the idea of finding a pre-1974 Porsche 911T and were perhaps less concerned with collector values. The two models share many similarities, but the 912 typically comes at a fraction of the cost. The car featured doesn’t make for the best comparison with a well-kept 911T, but it could make for an interesting alternative for any buyer who doesn’t mind taking on a bit of a project. Here we have an unrestored 1967 Porsche 912 looking for an owner who doesn’t mind putting in some work. The exterior appears to be Champagne Yellow, a very nice and period correct color.

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Year: 1967
Model: 912
Engine: 1.6 liter flat-4
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: unknown
Price: Auction

1967 Porsche 912
4 Cylinder
5 Speed
Factory A/C
Runs and drives well but will need brake calipers
Dual carburetors rebuilt
Good transmission and clutch.
Odometer says 8850 but does not work , cannot confirm actual miles

Paint is fair but is old
Body is also fairly straight , no major dents
Floor pans will need to be replaced but otherwise solid
All trim and moldings are there

Interior is all original and good shape
Dash is very good , no cracks and UNCUT
Original radio

This is an excellent candidate for restoration , it is a project , very complete car.
A very stock uncut Porsche.
Clean and Clear WA State Title in my name.
I do NOT accept paypal , must be paid for in full within 3 days after auction unless overseas
Sold as is , any questions feel free to ask thank you.

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The seller has offered a large number of pictures, which for a car in this sort of condition certainly stands as a plus since they should provide any interested buyer with a good sense of the current state of the body and any structural needs that may need addressing. The odometer is not functional so the true mileage is unknown, but it does appear to be running. Bidding is currently at $12,100 on this no reserve auction with about 2.5 days remaining. There are plenty of questions, but if it sells for around this amount it should make for a pretty good value and with some TLC could turn into a nice driver.

-Rob