This is not a V.W. powered 914. It is a factory PORSCHE installed PORSCHE 2.0 flat 6. This like new original is ''Factory Fresh'' meaning it is fully functional and ready for your enjoyment. The factory 914-6 drive train has been totally renewed by a PORSCHE trained tech @ $25k. Most 914-6's have been destroyed because they have proved their worth on the race track. For years they have been used up by boy & girl racers, look and you will quickly find their are no nice originals left, only ragged out racers and clones! The 914-6 was only produce for a couple of model years, so few now remain. This PORSCHE 914-6 'IS' totally rust free and accident free, original and correct. I cannot stress how rare and collectible this PORSCHE is.
The Porsche 914-6 History
The 914/6 was short lived with only 3360 examples produced between 1970 and 1972. All featured the 2.0 liter flat-six engine. It was raced using different engine configurations. This included the 'T' specification, which was basically a stock 911 engine. Another popular configuration was to use a converted Carrera 6 engine. In 1970 Porsche entered a 914/6 GT in the grueling 24 Hours of Le Mans race. It finished 6th overall and won its class. This was only one chapter in the vehicle's extensive racing career, which continues even to this day. The Porsche 914 was introduced in September 1969 as a collaborative effort between Porsche and Volkswagen to produce a sporty car. The car they came up with was a mid-engined vehicle with seating for two and featured a targa top. A 4-cylinder boxer engine provided the power. Volkswagen needed a vehicle to replace the aging Karmann-Ghia while Porsche was looking for another option to add to their line up. The 914 in Europe were badged as Volkswagen/Porsche, while all 914's sold in North America were sold as Porsches. The car sits very low and the suspension was a combination of a 911-type torsion bar front suspension with a rear coil spring suspension. The headlights hide in the hood and pop-up when needed. The targa top can be stored in the trunk.
Thanks. For. Looking. Jim Nance. 816-510-6406. firstname.lastname@example.org
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