1964 Porsche 904
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The 904 was Porsche's first fiberglass bodied race car. The bodies were outsourced and manufactured by Heinkel (the same company that produced the first jet Fighter for Germany during World War II). The lightweight bodies were bonded/glued to the frames. The engine is an air-cooled 2-liter 4-cam flat four-cylinder that produces 180 horsepower. Production was approximately 116 units.
This car was raced by its original owner Gunther Selbach and placed competitively at races such as Nurburgring and DMV Avus-Rennen.
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|Glenmoor Gathering of Significant Automobiles||Legendary Foreign Sports Cars|
|32nd Annual Ault Park Concours d'Elegance||German Racing, All Years|
|31st Annual Ault Park Concours d'Elegance||Racing, All Years||Top Awards : Howard Rapp Trophy (Best Porsche)|
|Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance||Race Cars (1961 - 1979)||Amelia Awards : Race Cars (1961 - 1979)|