906E-159 has been described as 'the most rare, best restored 906 with most race wins.' It is one of four fuel-injected factory long nose 906E and is referred as a long nose short tale. The car raced the 1967 24 Hour Daytona International, was purchased by Briggs Cunningham who then sold it to Otto Zipper. It won all of the races of the 1967 United States Racing Championship Series and the 1967 SCCA Series. In 1968, the car won at Laguna Seca and Riverside Grand Prix. Later sold to Vasek Polak, the car also won the 1968 SCCA National Title and was retired at the end of that season.
• 1967 United States Road Racing Championship (USRRC) and SCCA Series with Scooter Patrick driving winning national titles in under 2-liter class.
• Factory Works entry for the 1967 Daytona 24 hour with Works driver Joe Baretta and Gerhard Mitter.
• 1968 1st at Laguna Seca and Riverside. Divisional SCCA Champion under 2-liter with Milt Minter driving.
• One of four fuel injected factory works long nose short tail version, this 906E was formerly owned by Briggs Cunningham, Otto Zipper, and Vasek Polak. Presentely owned by Gerald Barnes of Anaheim Hills, California.