The Porsche 914/6 was produced from 1970 to 1972, in only 3,351 units. Slightly overpriced at the time, the model didn’t have as much success as expected. The previous Porsche 914 was fitted with a Volkswagen engine, which customers didn’t value and the 914/6 was the evolution – powered by a Porsche 6-cylinder engine with a capacity of 2 liters and 110 horsepower. The car featured new independent suspension, a refined rack and pinion steering and high quality engineering all around. The pedals and 5-speed gearbox had a great feeling and the car was praised for its braking and handling abilities. The design was very distinctive compared to other Porsche models. Inside, the cabin was quite roomy and comfortable, spacious enough for a 6-footer. With its two trunks, this targa sports car was both fun and practical.
The Beverly Hills Car Club team is known for their large inventory of classic cars for sale. If you’re looking for a 1972 Porsche 914/6, start by calling the dealership and ask for the models currently available for sale. The friendly staff will assist you with the research and purchase experiences in a hassle-free environment and will share useful tips and advice to help you make a good transaction. For example, they’ll tell you how to find a straight, rust-free model with a sound engine. Hiring a classic car expert to carry out a pre-purchase inspection is recommended and will allow you to be really knowledgeable about the model you’re about to acquire. Thanks to their many years of experience in the classic car industry, The Beverly Hills Car Club’s well equipped to assist you and look forward to working with you soon.
Call The Beverly Hills Car Club team anytime should you have questions about a 1972 Porsche 914/6. If you can’t see the model you’re looking for in their online inventory, don’t hesitate to call. The team is in contact with buyers and sellers worldwide and will go the extra mile to help you find your perfect 1972 Porsche 914/6.
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