Porsche 914/6 GT

Porsche 914/6 GT

Rennwagen, 1970


  • Exact build of the 914/6 GT Marathon de la Route Factory No 1 car
  • Complete Ownership History List with Ownership Dates and Addresses
  • Supplied with Spare Engine, Dastle Race Trailer, Awning and Race Spares

We are proud to present one of the most authentic 914/6GT’s we have seen. Chassis number 9140432197 it is an exact recreation of the 1970 Nürburgring Marathon de la Route Factory No 1 car (which no longer exists) and is aesthetically perfect. Meticulously built by a Marque specialist using correct factory 914-6 GT parts it has competed at several European events, successfully competed at Tour Auto and comes complete with a Dastle race trailer, awning and competition spares.

This stunning car can be supplied with current FIA papers ready to compete in the 2022 season.

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The vehicle in detail

Built in by marquee specialist Mark Allin using his knowledge gained through restoring several original 914-6GT’s including the Lufthansa privateer car, the 1970 Marathon factory No 2 car and the 1971 Daytona 24H Sunoco No 5 car.

914.043.2197 has competed successfully in Europe and at Tour Auto n Plateau took 2nd place in Group G1/G2 winning 6 of the 8 closed rally stages.


A full competition engine was fitted, which was lifted from the 906 sports car. Equipped with twin-spark ignition a pair of triple Webers, the two-litre unit produced 210bhp in road racing trim. To ensure absolute reliability during rallying, the flat six was pegged to a more modest 180bhp by fitting a lower compression head. The engine was mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. To fuel the more powerful engine, a 100-litre tank was fitted.

Ahead of the 1970 season, Porsche produced around a dozen examples for the works team, while customers could also buy complete cars or a kit to upgrade existing road cars. Although overshadowed by the accomplishments of the 917 K sports car, the 914/6 GT proved hugely successful. It scored class wins at Le Mans and Daytona, and also won the Marathon de la Route outright with a clean sweep of the podium.

Production of the 914/6 was short-lived, which also curtailed the competition career of the 914/6 GT early. It was eventually replaced by the 911 Carrera RSR as Porsche’s top level GT racer. With many road cars later converted, it is uncertain how many 914/6 GTs were built. It is understood that Porsche built 43 cars for the works team and customers.

Chassis 914.043.2197 Specification


  • Built by Mark Allin of Rare Drive in US
  • Completely original never modified or rusted body shell media blasted and re-sprayed
  • Glasurit 22 line acrylic urethane paint Signal Orange
  • Correct full factory GT racing chassis reinforcement/stiffening kit
  • New correct fibreglass rockers and bumpers
  • NOS factory GT racing mechanical headlight release mechanism
  • All new factory rubber body gaskets and seals
  • Factory correct hold-downs and straps for front and rear spare wheels
  • Correct 10mm aluminium hood pins and stainless plates
  • All hardware and brackets re-plated to correct factory finishes
  • New Bosch kill switches
  • NOS cables: clutch, throttle, speedometer
  • FIA HTP papers
  • Fully race-prepped and tuned with 2nd-place Tour Auto Competition Group G1/G2 history


  • NOS GT steel fender flares
  • Correct Wigglesworth front and rear fibreglass lids with balsa wood reinforcements
  • Correct rear rubber lid hold downs
  • NOS GT fully-screened engine lid
  • Plexiglass side and quarter windows
  • Lexan rear window
  • NOS side mirrors
  • NOS Cibie headlights
  • NOS Cibie IODE 45 outer fog lamps with correct mounting brackets
  • NOS Cibie hood-mounted fog lights correctly mounted inside front bumper
  • NOS tail lights and marker lights
  • Accurately reproduced decals and factory German number plates to 1970 Marathon de la Route livery


  • Schroth FIA 5-point Profi racing harnesses
  • Correct GT 10,000 RPM tachometer
  • Correct GT 250 km/h speedometer
  • Correct factory GT racing 5 point 1 1/2″ roll cage with additional removable factory down tube to passenger foot well
  • Correct GT factory reinforced bolt-on Targa top
  • Access door for ignition timing
  • Correct black felt on all interior surfaces
  • Scheel GT seats and seat rails
  • Restored GT steering wheel and horn button
  • Correct GT racing fuel level gauge
  • NOS GT lightweight door panels with leather strap pulls
  • NOS dash pad
  • NOS early inside mirror
  • Restored heater controls and flapper boxes
  • All gauges restored
  • Custom FIA-approved 6-nozzle FEV FES1800MK fire extinguisher
  • FEV 0kg Hand-held Fire Extinguisher


  • Early aluminium crankcase 960232 for greater strength than Magnesium 7R crankcase
  • counterweighted/magnafluxed/micropolished crankshaft
  • New main bearings
  • Reconditioned steel rods with new ARP bolts and nuts
  • New connecting rod bearings
  • NOS Mahle high compression racing pistons and cylinders
  • New Webcam 171e/149i camshafts
  • New rocker hardware and shafts
  • Twin-plug heads with 40mm intake and exhaust ports
  • New TRW valves
  • New AAsco springs
  • 911R aluminium 100mm intake manifolds
  • New intermediate shaft bearings
  • Modified 930 Turbo oil pump
  • New competition timing chains and ramps
  • Early 46 IDA Webers rebuilt with all known competition and performance enhancements
  • Factory correct carburettor rain shields
  • New amber fibreglass cooling shroud from Crawford Composites
  • New Bosch blue coils
  • New single ignition box
  • New lightened flywheel with centerforce clutch
  • Carrera pressure fed chain tensioners
  • Raceware head studs and nuts
  • Early 6-bolt aluminium valve covers
  • New Bosch heavy duty starter motor
  • Newest Generation Henry Schmidt custom billet twin plug racing distributor (uses over-the- counter Jaguar Marelli cap)


  • George Narbel European 1 5/8” racing headers
  • NOS GT Rally exhaust muffler


  • 901 case
  • 904 main gear shaft
  • New axle flanges
  • Updated axles
  • Nurburgring gear set – A,F,K,Q,V
  • 8:31 ring & pinion
  • Side shift conversion with improved linkages
  • Billet intermediate plate
  • Factory ZF limited slip (80%)


  • New correct GT front-mounted oil cooler
  • Correct front oil cooler mounts
  • Correct Wigglesworth fibreglass oil cooler shroud/cover
  • New correct 22mm brass front to rear oil lines
  • Correct large oil filler neck with aluminium cap
  • NOS later-style pressure relief valve
  • Correct NOS oil catch tank
  • Correct factory oil tank protection


  • Original restored 100l fuel tank with all correct factory racing installation modifications
  • Fuel tank filled with FIA-approved Deto-Stop anti-explosion foil mesh balls (no service life, can be emptied if any work isrequired on the tank and only takes up 5 litres of volume)
  • New twin Bosch fuel pumps
  • Steel 10mm front to rear fuel line and 8mm return line
  • Swirl pot
  • Correct 110 mm aluminium fuel cap with fin
  • Roll over valve
  • New fuel gauge sender
  • Correct closed cell foam spacer between tank filler neck and bonnet


  • Front torsion bars
  • Weltmeister adjustable front sway bar
  • New rear springs
  • New 16mm rear sway bar
  • New polyurethane bushings
  • New wheel bearings, front and rear
  • 930 Turbo tie-rod kit
  • Correct factory dog-ear rear trailing arm steel reinforcements
  • New strut bushings
  • New ball joints
  • New Koni dual adjustable competition rear shocks
  • New Koni single adjustable competition front shocks
  • Aligned and corner balanced
  • Original set of 15″x7″ Fuchs – front – restored by Wheel Enhancement
  • Original set of 15″x8″ Fuchs – rear – restored by Wheel Enhancement


  • New 19mm master cylinder
  • Adjustable proportioning valve
  • Stainless brake hoses
  • Rebuilt and re-plated 911S front callipers with stainless 911S-type pistons
  • NOS GT rear callipers with spacers for vented rotors
  • NOS GT vented rotors front and rear
  • New brake reservoir and feed lines
  • Porterfield racing brake pads
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Year of construction: 1970
Model: 914/6 GT
Body: Rennwagen
Series: 914
Mileage: 51550 km
Power: 210 HP
Cylinder capacity: 2,0 Liter
Steering: left
Transmission: Manual
Drive: Rear drive
Fuel: Gasoline
Interior color: Black
Interior material: Leatherette
Exterior color: Orange
Manufacturer color code (exterior): Signalorange 1414
Condition: Fully restored
New / used: Used car
Ready to drive: yes
Registered: yes
Country of first delivery: Germany

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