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Porsche 911 Normale

Jim Huizenga

This car is one of three factory race cars built by Porsche in 1967 specifically for the Trans-American road race series. It was ordered by local legend Erhard Dahm and raced by himself and his mechanic, Bernd Leckow across the United States during the 1967 Trans-Am season, finishing as high as 2nd at Riverside Raceway in California, helping Porsche become the under 2-liter (U2) manufacturer’s championship for that year. While many race cars were progressed and modified to remain competitive this car was raced and maintained as the factory built it until it was stored in 1970 with just over 13,000 miles, with its matching number engine, transmission, and all racing options intact. Sympathetically restored in 2012 to its 1967 livery with all factory racing options present including; Rallye Kit, Roll Bar, Special Fuel Tank, Limited Slip Differential, Leather Steering Wheel, Talbot Mirrors, 911S instrumentation, Airport Gearbox, and most importantly Horsepower Increase of Engine.

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