Originally meant to be a shared model with Volkswagen, the 914/4 — the version meant for VW — instead became Porsche's best-selling model. The more powerful, more expensive 914/6 did not receive the same response, and just over 3,000 were built. This example is one of those. Updated to conform with FIA racing standards in 2006, it was fitted with lightweight Perspex windows, racing seats and four-point harnesses, a roll cage, and Fuchs wheels. The engine was also tuned to produce over 200 hp, making the lightweight car even more engaging to drive. It arrives with a number of spare parts, as well as original kit that was removed when the racing modifications were made.