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PORSCHE 914/6 1971 - Full test drive in top gear | SCC TV
Your 'thumb up' or comments are so appreciated. Thank you! This is not an ordinary 914. It is the version with the 6 cilinder engine, known as the 914/6. This particular example has been fully restored and mechanically rebuilt in Germany about nine years ago. It was a bare metal restoration! The car was sold by dealer 'Winter' in Berlin in February 1971 to its first owner. It has the factory 5.5 X 14 inch Fuchs wheels. By the late 1960s, both Volkswagen and Porsche were in need of new models; Porsche was looking for a replacement for their entry-level 912, and Volkswagen wanted a new range-topping sports coupe to replace the Karmann Ghia. At the time, the majority of Volkswagen's developmental work was handled by Porsche, part of a setup that dated back to Porsche's founding; Volkswagen needed to contract out one last project to Porsche to fulfill the contract, and decided to make this that project. Ferdinand Piëch, who was in charge of research and development at Porsche, was put in charge of the 914 project. Originally intending to sell the vehicle with a flat four-cylinder engine as a Volkswagen and with a flat six-cylinder engine as a Porsche, Porsche decided during development that having Volkswagen and Porsche models sharing the same body would be risky for business in the American market, and convinced Volkswagen to allow them to sell both versions as Porsches in North America. On March 1, 1968, the first 914 prototype was presented. However, development became complicated after the death of Volkswagen's chairman, Heinz Nordhoff, on April 12, 1968. His successor, Kurt Lotz, was not connected with the Porsche dynasty and the verbal agreement between Volkswagen and Porsche fell apart. In Lotz's opinion, Volkswagen had all rights to the model, and no incentive to share it with Porsche if they would not share in tooling expenses. With this decision, the price and marketing concept for the 914 had failed before series production had begun. As a result, the price of the chassis went up considerably, and the 914/6 ended up costing only a bit less than the 911T, Porsche's next lowest price car. The 914/6 sold quite poorly while the much less expensive 914/4 became Porsche's top seller during its model run, outselling the Porsche 911 by a wide margin with over 118,000 units sold worldwide. Volkswagen versions originally featured an 80 PS (59 kW; 79 bhp) fuel-injected 1.7 L flat-4 engine based on the Volkswagen air-cooled engine. Porsche's 914/6 variant featured a carbureted 110 PS (81 kW; 108 bhp) 2.0 L flat-6 engine from the 1969 911T, placed amidships in front of a version of the 1969 911's "901" gearbox configured for a mid-engine car. Karmann manufactured the rolling chassis at their plant, completing Volkswagen production in-house or delivering versions to Porsche for their final assembly. 914/6 models used lower gear ratios and high brake gearing in order to try to overcome the greater weight of the 6 cylinder engine along with higher power output. Suspension, brakes, and handling were otherwise the same. A Volkswagen-Porsche joint venture, Volkswagen of America, handled export to the U.S., where both versions were badged and sold as Porsches, except in California, where they were sold in Volkswagen dealerships. The four-cylinder cars were sold as Volkswagen-Porsches at European Volkswagen dealerships. Slow sales and rising costs prompted Porsche to discontinue the 914/6 variant in 1972 after producing 3,351 of them; its place in the lineup was filled by a variant powered by a new 100 PS (74 kW; 99 bhp) 2.0 L, fuel-injected version of Volkswagen's Type 4 engine in 1973. For 1974, the 1.7 L engine was replaced by a 85 PS (63 kW; 84 bhp) 1.8 L, and the new Bosch L-Jetronic fuel injection system was added to American units to help with emissions control. 914 production ended in 1976. The 2.0 L flat-4 engine continued to be used in the 912E, which provided an entry-level model until the 924 was introduced. The 914 was Motor Trend's Import Car of the Year for 1970. A 914/6 GT driven by Frenchmen Claude Ballot-Lena and Guy Chasseuil won the GTS class and finished sixth overall at the 1970 24 Hours of Le Mans. Brian Redman used a 914/6 to scout the course in practice runs for the 1970 Targa Florio.





1957 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Lowlight || For Sale
THIS VEHICLE IS FOR SALE. Check out our inventory of 220+ other cars! http://www.motoexotica.com/ Call us - 636-600-4600 Visit our Showroom - 2340 Cassens Dr. St. Louis MO 63026 E-Mail us - sales@motoexotica.com http://www.motoexotica.com/inventory/listing/1957-volkswagen-karmann-ghia/ WE BUY CARS! 1957 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Beautiful Lowlight ready for a new owner! Volkswagen’s original halo car Trout Blue exterior with light and dark blue interior with white trim 1192 cc flat four-cylinder engine Four-speed manual transmission Original six-volt electrical system Wide whitewall tires Torsion bar suspension with stabilizer bars Sapphire I AM radio Combine the Beetle’s mechanical simplicity with the suave bodywork from Italy’s Ghia and you get Volkwagen’s original 2+2 coupe, the Karmann Ghia. MotoeXotica Classic Cars is pleased to present this 1957 model. With a seating position lower than that of a standard Beetle, Ghias were nicknamed “Lowlights.” The Type 14 debuted at the October 1953 Paris Auto Show as a styling concept created for Ghia by stylist Luigi Segre. This VW is equipped with an air-cooled 1192cc flat four-cylinder engine backed by a four-speed manual transmission. The engine bay is nicely detailed and the car is still powered by an original six-volt electrical system. This Ghia’s ride is steadied by independent torsion-bar suspension on all four wheels and stabilizer bars. The exterior is painted in Trout Blue and accented by beautiful wide whitewall tires, VW moon wheel covers, chrome bumpers, moldings, emblems and center caps – all of which are in excellent condition. The car’s windows are clear, crack-free and pristine. All of the body panels are solid and straight and are gorgeous. Fitted with a Sapphire I AM radio, the interior is finished in blue and white on the door panels, with dark and light blue sporty front contoured bucket seats that are adjustable to give the driver full stretch and a rear bench seat that folds down for more space. There’s a white, two-spoke steering wheel for the driver and the Trout Blue metal instrument panel, complete with passenger grab bar, looks new. There’s also a wire utility basket between the front buckets with dual cupholders and space for small item storage. In the early 1950s, Volkswagen was producing its economy car, the Type 1 (Beetle). With an increase in post-war standards of living, executives at Volkswagen proposed adding a halo car to its model range, contracting with German coachbuilder Karmann for its manufacture. Karmann, in turn, contracted the Italian firm Ghia, who adapted styling themes previously explored for Chrysler and Studebaker to a Beetle floorpan widened by 12 inches. In contrast to the Beetle’s machine-welded body with bolt-on fenders, the Karmann Ghia’s body panels were butt-welded, hand-shaped, and smoothed with English pewter in a time-consuming process commensurate with higher-end manufacturers, resulting in the Karmann Ghia’s higher price. The design and prototype were well received by Volkswagen executives, and in August 1955 the first Type 14 was manufactured in Osnabrück, Germany. Public reaction to the Type 14 exceeded expectations and more than 10,000 were sold in the first year. The Type 14 was marketed as a practical and stylish 2+2 rather than as a true sports car. As they shared engines, the Type 14’s engine displacement grew concurrently with the Type 1 (Beetle), ultimately arriving at a displacement of 1584 cc, producing 60 horsepower. In August 1957, Volkswagen introduced a convertible version of the Karmann Ghia. This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 71,811 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, exempt mileage title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!! VIN: 1472693 EIN: 1304869 http://www.facebook.com/stlclassiccars http://www.instagram.com/motoexotica https://www.twitter.com/motoexotica636





1968 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Rat Rod For Sale
THIS VEHICLE IS FOR SALE. Click "Show More" for more information! Call us - 636-600-4600 Visit our Showroom - 2340 Cassens Dr. St. Louis MO 63026 http://www.motoexotica.com/inventory/listing/1968-volkswagen-karmann-ghia-r atrod WE BUY CARS! 1968 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Rat Rod One of the most photographed VW Ghias in the world! Purchased from Gas Monkey Garage Custom patina of desirable “Rat Rod” look Performance 1.4L horizontally opposed 4 cylinder engine 4-speed manual transmission 4 inch drop! MotoeXotica Classic Cars rarely says “one of a kind”, but there just cant be another 1968 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia like this one! This car named “Betty Rusty”, is the epitome of the Rat Rod car culture! Purchased by us at auction for an area charity sponsored by Richard Rawlings of Gas Monkey Garage fame. This event will be featured in an upcoming episode of Fast N Loud and it stills stands as low today as it did the day it graced the cover of the October 2015 issue of Ultra VW magazine! The VW community has a number of subcultures, all the way from purists to visionaries. The builder of this low scraping sculpture is artist Carlos “C-Low” Mijares is one of latter members. He got this Ghia from a guy who had rescued it from the bone yard. He like the car’s patina so much he decided to saved it, but as a creative soul he couldn’t resist added a few of his personal touches to the exterior and interior. He then slammed this sled with no bags or juice, just a static drop! When asked if he was finished with it, his response was” you’re never done”…but why is it so low?, “Because I have to live up to my nickname!” Re-bodied with a 1961 body onto the 1968 chassis with a 8″ narrowed front beam with adjusters and 21/2′ drop spindles. Re-finished in a multi colored clear coated rat rod patina, it shows extremely as designed with all the imperfections visible upon 50 ft inspection. Metalflake gold with neon green spider webs adorn the roof. Front and rear bumpers fit properly with chrome removed as well as the override bumper guards. What trim that is present and finish is bright. Weather stripping is not there for both doors, however front and rear glass stripping is good condition with no signs of drying, tearing or shrinkage. Inside, the floors have been flatened to give an extra 2″ of clearance. The door panels actual match and compliment the seats. The dashboard has the same metalflake finish and is designed to mirror the exterior top of the car. The original steering wheel with a grey leather displays well with no real signs of wear. Personal interior touches of the previous owners include, a skateboard wheel gas pedal and a clear acrylic shift knob for the deeply religious. This Karman Ghia is equipped with a built by Roland (the Buggy Shop) single Solex carburetored 1.4L boxer 4 cylinder engine with110 cam, matted to a 4-speed manual transmission, rear 4″ drop spring plates with1 click up on the torsion, the body is tubbed in the rear to accommodate the 7″ wide wheels, bevel gear differential, front disc and rear drum brakes. 17 inch black centered BRM polished lip alloys equipped with 205/40 ZR17 directional tires. This Rat Rod Ghia will take you back to a simpler time…it just may take you a little more time to get there GET OUT AND LOW RIDE!!! Current mileage on the odometer shows 93,252 it is sold as is and is mileage exempt. The car is being sold on a clean & clear title. VIN: 148200458 http://www.facebook.com/stlclassiccars http://www.instagram.com/motoexotica http://www.twitter.com/motoexotica636




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