The Porsche 914/6 GT was produced between 1970 and 1972, 3360 were made in total and all used the 2.0 litre flat-six Porsche engine. The 914/6 GT was entered into the 1970 24hr Le Mans and won it’s class, finishing 6th over all.

The Porsche 914 continues to be a popular choice for amateur racers to this day and remains surprisingly competitive, even against more modern cars.

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