pic attached - brian in hamo 6 after he sorted it. mid 90s.
(brian ran the register and published a newsletter - no dates on it anywhere - funny guy).
finding it again sharpened memory on my comment above re japanese spec light set up. if you
look at front guard the - hamo 6 came with side marker lights.
at first glance as per usa cars.
however we had my usa spec 4 sitting next to the hamo car one day and brian spotted that the lenses were not the same. colour is like usa lenses but prismatics cast in it are different. think we pulled out the restorers guide and figured they were japanese spec side indicators or side lights. made sense. factory built a lhd drive car with a rhd side of the road light set up as per japan? 914s were sold in J left hand drive. interesting it was not english/euro spec. i don't think we had a requirement on visible side indicators when that car came in, that was a little later i believe in late 70s or maybe even early 80s.
has airhead already worked that out re the side marker lights?
the car had steel wheels and porsche hub caps when brian got hold of it. he put the fuchs wheels on.
randomly googling "crayfords rhd 914" this popped up.
sales blurb is interesting.
a third one in australia.? according to what is stated this car would have been a late big bumper car given date of manufacture?
if date of manufacture is factory date and not a crayfords date.
this one "it is believed" was in australia from sometime after 1975 and then sold and exported to someone in singapore in 1980. in england since 2017.
no documentation to support export to aus. no photos of interior. "updated" to a 6 and perhaps is not orig colour.
definitely not the white car - that was still here in mid to late 80s.
i never saw this one. don't think it was in melbourne.