The Porsche 914/6 was introduced in 1970 and produced for only a short two-year time. The earlier Porsche 914 model was fitted with a Volkswagen engine, which didn’t appeal to consumers who considered the 914 as a fake Porsche. The 914/6 model boasted a 6-cylinder Porsche engine, with 110 hp and a capacity of 2 liters. The car was equipped with a five-speed manual transmission and fuel injection, as well as a new all-independent suspension and fine brakes. Handling and steering were two of the best qualities of the Porsche 914/6. The body was designed by Gugelot and featured a very distinctive style compared to other models of the Porsche range. With its two trunks and targa top, the Porsche 914/6 was a very practical and enjoyable sports car.
In the market for a 1971 Porsche 914/6? The Beverly Hills Car Club is a good place to start your search. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership has a large fleet of classic cars for sale and the friendly staff will assist you with the research and purchase experiences. Thanks to their long-time experience in the classic car industry, the representatives will provide you with useful tips and advice. For one, they’ll tell you to hire a classic car expert to carry out a pre-purchase inspection. The cost of an engine rebuild is significant so make sure to budget this amount if driving tests show weaknesses. Don’t hesitate to call The Beverly Hills Car Club team anytime if you have questions about a particular example of 1971 Porsche 914/6 or need more information on the specifications of the model. The team is always happy to share their knowledge with other classic car enthusiasts.
The Beverly Hills Car Club team is available and ready to assist you with the research and purchase of your future 1971 Porsche 914/6. The experts will provide you with excellent service in a hassle-free environment. Call today to get started!
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