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Country of origin:Germany
Produced from:1963 - 1964
Numbers built:120
Internal name:904
Designed by:Ferdinand 'Butzi' Porsche
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:February 10, 2016
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Chassis 904-012 Finished in silver metallic, this 904 was ordered new by American enthusiast Steve Earle, who would later famously found the Monterey Historic Races. The car was sold to Earle through Beverley Hills dealer Otto Zipper, who eventually bought the car back from Earle before it >>>

Chassis 904-025 Finished in what the British press described as 'vomit green' this 904 was delivered new to the Stirling Moss Automobile Racing Team (SMART) early in 1964. It debuted late in March at Goodwood when it was driven by John Whitmore in the Lavant Cup. Shortly thereafter, it was >>>

Chassis 904-026 Completed early in 1964, this 904 was delivered new to its first owner Fritz Leineweber through Porsche dealer Rittersbacher of Kaiserslautern. An accomplished privateer racer, Leineweber extensively raced his latest acquisition, starting with a class and outright victory in>>>

Chassis 904-041 Finished in silver with a French racing stripe, this 904 Carrera GTS was sold new to Jacques Dewez, who raced under the pseudonym 'Franc'. Chassis 904-041 was entered in the 24 Hours of Le Mans where 'Franc' was joined by long-time co-driver Jean Kerguen. The two Frenchmen f>>>

Chassis 904-042 Finished in metallic silver with a blue velours interior, this was one of 24 Porsche 904s exported to the United States in 1964. It was delivered to the Portland, Oregon region Volkswagen and Porsche distributor Knute Qvale. Prepared for racing in-house, it was then raced by>>>

Chassis 904-044 Painted silver metallic and fitted with a blue velour upholstery, this 904 was sold new to Ernesto Prinoth from Bolzano, Italy. He had actually ordered three cars through Paul Ernst Strahle but this is the one he kept for himself while the others went to Paolo Colombo and Gi>>>

Chassis 904-045 Acquired new by former fighter pilot and prominent English racer Richard 'Dickie' Stoop, this was the first Porsche 904 GTS to make it to the British Isles. It is believed to be the only 904 finished in this particular shade of 'Irish' green. Stoop raced the car for about a >>>

Chassis 904-050 This 904 GTS Carrera was delivered new to long-time Chaparral partners Jim Hall and Hap Sharp. Through them, the car passed to Burdette Martin soon after. He was a seasoned Hot Rodder and, in 1965, became the chief steward of the SCCA. Hall, Sharp and Martin never actually r>>>

Chassis 904-062 Commissioned by French racer Pierre Jaillardon from Marseille, this 904 was completed in March of 1964. Jaillardon campaigned the car at a nearby hill-climb race before selling it on to compatriot René Maucort. He raced the cars in rallies and hill-climbs during the 1965 an>>>

Chassis 904-098 Among the very last Porsche 904s built, this car was sold new to famous Florida dealership Brumos Porsche. It was briefly raced in North America before it was put away. During its brief racing career, chassis 904-098 was never crashed, so it survived virtually unscathed. For>>>

Chassis 904-104 Through Belgian importer d'Ieteren, this late 904 was delivered new to well known racing driver Edmond Meert. He raced the car extensively in road races and rallies, usually partnering with 'Pedro'. In 1967, it was sold to Frenchman Robert Dutoit, who continued to race the c>>>

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