For sale 914 /6 2.0 Manual 130005

Porsche 914 /6 2.0, 1970 - Primary exterior photo
Exterior color
OrangeOrange
Porsche 914 /6 2.0, 1970 - Primary interior photo
Interior color
OrangeBeige
Price
195000 EUR

Prices converted to preferred currency are only indicative.

Mileage
15,000 km
Power
81 kW
First registration
01/1970
Model year
1970
Drive layout
Rear wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive
Accident history
Guaranteed damage free since new
Technical problem
Yes
Full service history
Yes
Warranty
No
Number of owners
1 owner
Wheel size
Not specified
Seats
Regular seats (Cloth fabric)
ABS
PCCB
LSD
Navigation
Sports exhaust
TV
Entry & Drive
Servotronic
Seat memory
Air suspension
Leather dashboard
ParkAssist
Front seat heating
Parking heater
Rear seat heating
Trailer hitch
Heated steering wheel
Cabriolet hardtop
Owned
Since 2012
Car location
Strasbourg
Option codes

For sale here, is a prototype of the Porsche 914-6 Murène Coupe. Built by Heuliez, only 1 unit in the world.

Some might have seen this Porsche exhibited at the 50 years of the 914 celebration last year at the Porsche Museum.

The car is fully driveable and registered for road use (street legal). The car is correctly registered as a Porsche 914-6 coupe.

This car was Designed by Jacques Cooper, built by Heuliez, introduced at the 1970 Salon de Paris (Paris auto show). It was painted metallic beige for the top and pale beige for the bottom. The same car was repainted for the Geneva auto show in Orange metallic for its top part (original beige color can still be seen underneath panels).

The car bears Porsche serial number 1300005, showing that the base is a pre-series car.

The idea was to create a GT coupe version of the 914 with the 911 Flat 6 engine. A more refined, luxury version of the 914. The car was well received by the press and people were ready to place orders for it. Heuliez started discussions with Porsche to start production. However, they were working with Karmann and would'nt want any conflict with their coach builder. Project got cancelled as Heuliez would'nt risk to go alone on that project.

For those not familiar, Carrosserie Heuliez was one of the most important French coach builders. Founded in the 20s to build bodyworks on Citroens, it finally manufactured mainly buses and trains body works after WWII. On the international scene, for me, the highlights of Heuliez are the build of most of Citroen French presidential cars, the manufacture of the Peugeot 205T16 and Citroen BX T16 (Group B homologation cars), and the body work of the fastest car at Le Mans, in 1988 with the WM Peugeot with 405km/h (252mph) on Les Hunaudières (Mulsane straight). Jacques Cooper, the designer of the car is also the designer of the French TGV (Train à Grande Vitesse), world fastest's rail train in the world, that is still in service in France (574.8km/h, 357mph).

After that the car spent over 40 years in the collection of manufacturer Heuliez, and then was sold in 2012, when Heuliez went bankrupt, to its actual owner in France.

This car is a unique fully functional prototype, wearing Heuliez chassis number HZ1970-1 along with its Porsche chassis number.

The car drove 14500km since new, is in mint condition and registered in France.

It is now for sale with all the documentation from Heuliez, a 1/8 model used at the time for its design by Heuliez, and many press articles about it.

Seller

nicolas reiller

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Anniversaries
Feb, 01 – 46th birthday of the 934 (1976)
Feb, 03 – 38th birthday of the 962 (1984)
Mar, 01 – 6th birthday of the 982 (2016)
Mar, 02 – 12th birthday of the 958 (2010)
Mar, 03 – 7th birthday of the GT4 (2015)