1971 Porsche 914/6

Sale Price
$475,000 - $525,000
Est. Range
5 March 2022
Sold Date
Lot Number
Older restoration
RM Sotheby's
Auction House
Chassis no. 9141430233; Engine no. 6420185. Tangerine with matte black stripes over black vinyl. 1991cc flat six, 2x3 Weber carburetors, 5-speed, Fuchs wheels, G Force T/A tires.

Evaluation: Known history from new with Porsche employees Art Director Erich Strenger and Gerhard Blendstrup before being acquired by the present owner. Restored in 2008. Empty radio hole. Sound paint and interior. Fresh, clean engine compartment and chassis. 1972 914/6 engine with Webers.

Bottom Line: A legend among Porsche fans, the second of just 23 built as a homologation special to qualify an uprated 914/6 for SCCA C/Production competition. Steel flares and front valence, 21mm wheel spacers, flared fiberglass rockers and wide Fuchs wheels. Another 16 were built to M491 specs along with 400 “GT Conversion Kits” for dealer installation. Used in Porsche promotions and now beautifully restored even though it is re-engined. Its exalted stature among mid-engined Porsches is shown by this result which is even higher than a 914/6 GT would bring.

by Rick Carey
23 March 2022
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