Introduced in 1970, the Porsche 914/6 succeeded to the 914 model with a Porsche engineinstead of the Volkswagen unit mounted on the 914 model thus far. The Porsche 914/6 models boasted a 2-liter flat-6 engine mounted behind the cabin that would produce 110 hp and hit 60 mph from still in about 8 seconds. The engine transmitted power to the wheels via a five-speed manual gearbox. The car was fitted with a fully independent suspension and the construction was top quality from top to bottom. Reviews reported fine brakes and top-notch steering. The 914/6 GT was the race-prepped version made by the factory in 32 units. 455 examples of the Porsche 914/6 were also ordered with the GT’s Competition Option Group package or were outfitted with a kit from the factory.
One of the nice things about the 914/6 is that it had two trunks, giving plenty of room for luggage. The Porsche 914/6 is a nice classic to own, if you can find a rust-free model in good condition. It is recommended to avoid a model that has suffered a front collision, as it is almost impossible to recover perfect alignment. Should you wish to hear more tips and advice from The Beverly Hills Car Club team to help you make a good transaction, the team is at your disposal. Come visit their Los Angeles classic car dealership or call the team anytime. Moreover, their showroom has a large collection of classics for sale. Their fleet is composed of classics from all makes, models, and conditions. Come meet the team today and view their collection. The friendly staff will go the extra mile to help you find the perfect Porsche 914/6 for your needs and budget.
With their long-time experience in the classic car industry, The Beverly Hills Car Club can share valuable tips and guide you through the research and buying experiences in a hassle-free environment. Start by browsing their online inventory and call the team to hear more on the examples of Porsche 914/6 for sale.
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