From 1965 to 1969, Porsche offered the 912 as a four-cylinder entry-level model alongside the flat-six 911. The 912E reemerged in 1976 as a temporary model to fill the gap left when the two-seat 914 was dropped from the lineup. Just 2,092 912Es were made for a single model year for the US market only. With a smaller, lighter engine over the rear wheels, the 912E was less prone to the snap oversteer that less experienced 911 divers could get themselves into. This 912E retains its original engine and transmission along with a few tasteful modifications. Those include Mobil's Pegasus logo decals on the fenders, a quad-tip exhaust, and H4 headlight conversion. The car was resprayed in its original black factory color, and a MOMO steering wheel and recovered seats grace the interior.