The Porsche 910 was a purpose built racing car designed specifically for international endurance racing. This particular chassis 006, for vehicle number 39, was originally used by Porsche to test brakes and suspension for the factory.
Chassis 006 competed in the 1967 Targa Florio Race, driven by Magliari and Schutz. In 1969, driven by two French privateers, the car finished first in class in the 24 hours of Le Mans. The car was later sold and converted to a Spyder for use in German hill climb competition.
Purchased by Rick Grant and Howard Cherry, from a Conneticut physician collector, the car underwent a 10-month restoration that included a new body in the original coupe configuration. Crashed in its maiden vintage outing, while leaing in the pouring rain at Watkins Glen, the car has been totally restored for vintage endurance competition.Also photographed at :