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  Porsche 934

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Country of origin:Germany
Produced in:1976
Numbers built:31
Price new:DM 97,000
Internal name:930
Successor:Porsche 934½
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:February 10, 2016
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Chassis 930 670 0153 Although one of the lowest chassis numbers allocated to a Porsche 934, this is believed to actually be the 17th car built. It was delivered new to the great Belgian gentleman racer Jean Blaton, who raced under the pseudonym 'Beurlys'. Finished in Belgian racing yellow, it wa>>>

Chassis 930 670 0162 Swiss privateer racer Angelo Pallavicini acquired this 934 to compete in the Swiss and European championships. He won the Group 4 class during the car's debut at Dijon and also finished first overall at Hockenheim. Pallavicini continued to race the car with considerable succ>>>

Chassis 930 670 0166 One of the Porsche 934s sold to the Kremer Brothers, this car was originally raced for the Kremer Team by Bob Wollek, boasting Vaillant colours. The Frenchman scored several wins in the European GT and DRM championships, and ended the year second in the European Championship>>>

Chassis 930 670 0167 Delivered new to Porsche dealer Max Moritz, this is one of several 934s raced in the legendary Jägermeister colours. It was fielded in the 1976 DRM for Reinhardt Stenzel with some success but ultimately no victory was scored. It was also raced to tenth at the Nürbu>>>

Chassis 930 670 0168 Max Moritz acquired this Porsche 934 new from the factory and finished it in the iconic and ever striking Jagermeister colours. He fielded the car in 1976 for Helmut Kelleners, who most notably scored class wins at the Eifelrennen and the Nürburgring 1000 km. At the end>>>

Chassis 930 670 0177 Originally sold to France, this car was raced at Le Mans during its debut season where it finished 26th but ultimately was not classified. In subsequent ownership, the car finally returned to the track in 1979. That year, it was also placed second in class at Le Mans. Althou>>>

Chassis 930 670 0179 One of the five examples sold new to Vasek Polak through Porsche North America, this chassis was entrusted to Hurley Haywood for the 1976 TransAm series. Sporting #0, Haywood won the Pocono round of the championship outright. Polak then had the car updated to 934½ speci>>>

Chassis 930 670 0540 After Porsche had produced the original batch of 934s with 30 successive chassis numbers, one more example was produced by Porsche for Wolfgang Kauwertz. Sharing with Klaus Drees, he won a minor event at the Nürburgring in the summer of 1976 but was otherwise unsuccessf>>>

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