Thursday, August 21, 2014

1976 Porsche 914

The 914, introduced in 1969, was developed by both VW and Porsche, though, ultimately, it was Porsche who put in into production.  The 914 replaced the 912 as Porsche's cheapest offering, with the 924 following in 1976. The rare, larger engined 914/6 lasted until 1972, and saw just 3300 produced. This last-year car features the large, black bumpers introduced to comply with crash regulations.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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