Featured Car Donation of the Week: 1972 Porsche 914 Race Car for Colorado Public Television

February 10, 2016

Author: S.A. Stevenson

We’ve got a real unique car donation to highlight this week, we’ve received a 1972 Porsche 914 for Colorado Public Television. This vintage vehicle has been modified into a Race Car and was built by Steamboat Motor Sports! We’re currently auctioning this featured car donation on eBay.

This Volkswagen and Porsche collaboration is one of the most well balanced sports vehicles in history. This specialized vehicle was built by Steamboat Motor Sports with numerous aftermarket modifications. Information on the left door pillar suggests that the vehicle has a production date of November 1973 and that the engine within it is most likely a 2.2 or 2.4.

Unlike the models produced between, 1970 and 1972, this vehicle features bumper guards that were added to the front of the car. This superb ride has fine brakes, boasts phenomenal steering, and as you can see: bright period colors suit the car well with its vinyl interior.

About Colorado Public Television

When you donate a vehicle to benefit Colorado Public Television, you actually turn your car into the music you love. Donate your vehicle, and we’ll use the proceeds to support your favorite daily hosts and services and programs like “Colorado Inside Out”, “Sesame Street”, “Antiques Roadshow”, and “Nova” – your gift makes a difference at Colorado Public Television.

In addition to supporting the programs you love, your gift will make you a member of Colorado Public Television. Your vehicle is towed free of charge, and the donation is eligible for a tax deduction.

Donating a car is fast, easy and secure. Colorado Public Television accepts any vehicle – running or not – including cars, trucks, boats, RVs, motorcycles, and more. We work with our public radio colleagues at Car Talk Vehicle Donation Services, to ensure that your donation delivers the highest possible revenue to Colorado Public Television and that your experience is convenient, efficient and even fun.

If you have any questions about the vehicle donation process, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our vehicle experts at 1-855-277-2346.

If you have any questions about the vehicle donation process, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our vehicle donation experts at 855-277-2346. Or begin your car donation by visiting our online vehicle donation form.

General membership questions can be answered by Colorado Public Television’s Member Services team at 303-296-1212.
Colorado Public Television
2900 Welton Street, 1st Floor
Denver, CO 80205

Do you have a question about how to donate a car to charities? Check out our FAQ section and we’ll help you out! Interested in what other charities we service? Check out our charities page to get started!

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“Straight Outta Manchester”

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Our featured Car Talk car of the month is a 1964 Chevy Impala. For Fans of NWA or the movie “Straight Outta Compton”, this vehicle might call to mind several different rap beats and lyrics. The 64 Impala is immortalized in song by early ‘90S rappers such as Easy E, Ice Cube and Dr. Dre of NWA as well as Skee-lo and Snoop Dogg. (http://www.complex.com/sports/2013/06/chevrolet-impalas-in-rap-videos)
The ‘Six-Fo’ featured a new body style that suggested a smoother look. A popular cruiser, this vehicle became a collector’s edition due to its high popularity. More than 50 years old, this vehicle is in great shape was donated to benefit Car Talk’s Vehicle Donation Program. The donor of this iconic vehicle truly helped a local station through an easy process!#musclecarmonday #sixfo #straightouttacompton #donateacar #cartalk #cartalkvehicledonations #cardonationwizard #iconicdonations #awesomedonors

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1982 Datsun 280 ZX donated to Hospice of the Foothills

DZThis donated classic two door roadster, known to collectors as the ‘Z’ is a Datsun 280ZX. The 280 was sold from 1978-1983. This sport coupe was sold under many different names depending on the market. This is the first Datsun vehicle made by Nissan that incorporated a logo. The Datsun was offered in America with many different luxury packages making it an ultimate sports car of the ‘80s. The donor of this vehicle kept it in great shape and its proceeds went to Hospice of the Foothills to assist the organization in promoting exceptional, professional, and compassionate care to its patients.

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Habitat for Humanity’s Featured Vehicle: 1984 Mercedes Benz 380SL

380A Habitat donor made a fantastic contribution to Cars for Homes as she parted with her 1984 Mercedes Benz 380 SL, a well maintained roadster that was one of the longest running series the company has ever produced. This donated car is a two door convertible with a seasonal hardtop and folding seats for the rear bench. This Benz will benefit Habitat for Humanity as it continues to build up opportunities and hope for families and communities alike.

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Featured Car Donation of the Week: 1976 MG B Roadster for Michigan Public Radio/NPR

October 19, 2015
Author: S.A. Stevenson

This week we’re featuring two vintage charity car donations: a 1964 Ford Thunderbird for Last Chance for Animals, and as you can see above: the 1976 MG B Roadster for Michigan Public Radio & NPR. We’re currently auctioning this featured car donation on eBay.

As you can see, this is a real beauty! This vehicle’s sleek white exterior and black, vinyl interior is just great to admire, especially if you have a thing for classic Roadsters. This vehicle boasts over $6,000 of restoration and maintenance performed upon it over the past two years, so you know that not only does it look great, but it runs good too!

These vehicles peaked in production right around 1975-1976 with over 35,000 units sold during the time-frame and were just a hoot to drive. This vehicle was one of the first MG models to feature the new US Federal 5 MPH Crash Bumpers. These well-recognized, black-rubber bumpers were needed to comply with American crash-testing standards for its era. The 1976 installment of the MGB sported a rear anti-sway bar that was added to significantly improve this vehicle’s handling over the 1975 model, which was the first model to introduce the 5 MPH Crash Bumpers.

As always, we love it when an individual donates a car to charity, and this is no exception…this convertible is great eye-candy!

About Michigan Public Radio

When you donate a vehicle to Michigan Radio, you can actually turn your car into the programs and news you rely on and love. Your gift makes a difference at Michigan Radio! In addition to supporting your favorite public radio shows, we’ll tow your vehicle for free, and your donation is tax deductible.

Donating a car is fast, easy and secure. Michigan Radio accepts any vehicle – running or not -including cars, trucks, boats, RVs, and motorcycles. We work with our public radio colleagues at Car Talk Vehicle Donation Services to ensure that your donation delivers the highest possible return and that your experience is simple and convenient.

If you have any questions about the vehicle donation process, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our vehicle donation experts at 855-277-2346. Or begin your car donation by visiting our online vehicle donation form.

Do you have a question about how to donate a car to charities? Check out our FAQ section and we’ll help you out! Interested in what other charities we service? Check out our charities page to get started!

Featured Car Donation: 1976 MG B Roadster

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