The 914 was conceived as a collaboration between Volkswagen and Porsche to develop an affordable sportscar. Known at the 914 with a 4-cylinder VW engine and the 914/6 with a 6-cylinder Porsche engine both models were sold under the North American Porsche banner from 1969-1976.
In Europe the 914/6 was homologated to race under FIA Group 4 race car regulations. Designated the 914/6 GT, it was distinguished by its bulging fender flares. Originally powered by a 2.0L 6-cylinder engine and overall weight of just under 2,000 lbs., the 914/6 GT finished 1st in GT category and 6th overall at the 1970 24 Hours of Lemans. In the United States, the 914/6 GT entered by Brumos Racing and driven by Peter Greg and Hurley Haywood, became the under 2.5L Champion in IMSA’s 1971 GT Series.
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