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  1. #91
    Quote Originally Posted by Stevie View Post
    . . . deep doors look like a production car but there can't be many blue 904's around . . .

    . . . Or did someone paint some lines on the sills so it didn't look different/outdated? . . .
    I doubt that 002 was ever photogenic enough for publicity shots --- except at a distance, maybe?

    The car that I knew was more 'tool' than 'trophy' --- and well-beyond used

    On the other hand, it was spectacular to drive --- with a speed and composure that was at complete odds with its appearance . . .

    And considering what they accomplished with these, imagine what Porsche could have done had they pursued this concept with their civilian cars

    I mean --- imagine something like this . . . with a 2.7 liter . . .

    . . . or a turbo


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    Quote Originally Posted by StephenAcworth View Post
    Some details from the Barth book:
    Attachment 410794
    Surprisingly the Barth book is incorrect. The 4 cyl 4 cam cars started with chassis 904-001 (001, 002 and 003 being the prototypes). The 904/6 cars with the 901/20 engine started with chassis 906-001. The first 906 was chassis 906-101.
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    More 904 . . .

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