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  • Mileage 
    16 000 km / 9 942 mi
  • Car type 
    Convertible / Roadster
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  • Drive 
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    Signal Orange
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  • Performance 
    170 BHP / 173 PS / 127 kW
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- 3 owners
- 914/6 GT fenders
- Preparation for Historic Rally
- Highly efficient car
- €150,000 of invoices for restoration/preparation
- Matter roll cage

The Porsche 914/6, produced between 1970 and 1972, holds a notable place in Porsche's history, with a total of 3,332 units manufactured. It was part of the broader 914 series, which also included the 914/4, 914/6 Sportomatic, 914/6 Factory GT, Porsche 916, and the rare 914/8, totaling a production of 118,982 units for all variants.

The 914/6 was equipped with the 2.0L air-cooled flat-six engine, type 901/3, derived from the 911T model from 1967 to 1969, making it the least powerful flat-six in the Porsche lineup at the time. Despite its lower power, the 914/6 was celebrated for its mid-engine design, a first for a homologated car produced by Porsche, positioning it as a legitimate Porsche among its 914 siblings.

The distinction between the 914/4 and the 914/6 was significant, with the former being more of a Volkswagen designed by Porsche, and the latter a true Porsche, assembled in Zuffenhausen with serial number labels marked "Porsche AG." However, this differentiation was subtle in appearance, leading to challenges in the market perception given the higher price of the 914/6 compared to its four-cylinder counterpart. Despite these challenges, the 914/6 occupied a unique position in the Porsche lineup as a mid-engine sports car, paving the way for later models like the Boxster and the Cayman.

In 1972, slow sales and rising costs led to the discontinuation of the 914/6 variant. The entire 914 series became Porsche's best-seller during its production period, with four-cylinder models selling significantly better than the 911, with over 118,000 units sold worldwide.

Our Porsche 914/6 has been carefully restored to meet the requirements of classic rallies, such as the Tour Auto and the Tour de Corse. Fully restored, from the body to the engine and gearbox, it has been prepared as a 914/6 GT model with wide fenders. All details of this meticulous restoration are documented in a complete file, guaranteeing its safety and compliance with automotive event standards.

The restoration began at MS Carrosserie before the vehicle was entrusted to AS Classic for high-level finishing. Great attention was paid to the chassis, bodywork, and paint refurbishment, strictly adhering to the client's specifications. The final adjustments and meticulous tuning were carried out at AS Classic, ensuring impeccable reliability.

This 914/6 is distinguished by its GT-type fenders, excellent road handling, and captivating engine sound, making it extremely competitive in automotive gatherings.

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