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Country of origin:Germany
Produced from:1976 - 1980
Numbers built:3 - 5
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:July 06, 2015
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Chassis 936-001 The first of three works Porsche 936s built, this chassis was raced from the start to the finish of the program debuting at the Nürburgring in 1976 and retiring from active duty after finishing 12th in the 1981 24 Hours of Le Mans.The best result on its tally was the ou>>>

Chassis 936-002 The second of two Porsche 936s built in 1976, chassis 936002 was driven to a debut victory in the Trofeo Filippo Caracciola at Monza. With wins at Imola, Enna Pergusa, the Salzburgring and most importantly Le Mans, it was by far the most successful of the two that season. In>>>

Chassis 936-003 Chassis 936-003 was the final works car built and was not pressed in service until the 1978 24 Hours of Le Mans. Here it sadly failed to finish due to an accident after starting from pole position. There was better luck in 1981 when in 'Jules' livery, it was driven from firs>>>

Chassis 936-004 This is the Porsche 936 that was built by or much more likely for Reinhold Joest in 1980. At its debut the car was referred to as the 908/80 but today it sports the chassis number '936004'. In 1980 Joest and Ickx drove it to a strong second place at Le Mans, a >>>

Chassis 936-005 We are not completely sure whether, like Joest, Kremer received/acquired a complete 936 from Porsche but this car has been generally accepted as chassis 936-005. Referred to in period as the 936/82, it was raced by the Kremer team in the popular DRM series in the first half >>>

  Article Image gallery (150) Chassis (5) Specifications