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This car was a custom-bodied 914/6R that was first shown at the 1970 Turin Auto Show. The design was done by Count Albrecht von Goertz, and was built by the Turinese carrozzeria Eurostyle.
Goertz, who had also done the design for the BMW 507 roadster, produced a body with a tapered nose and a roofline that extended straight back, ending with sloping sail panels that gave the car the appearance of a shooting-brake. Goertz kept the car but ended up donating it to the Langenburg Automobile Museum between Frankfurt and Stuttgart. He died at the grand age of 92 — taking with him the full story on what is surely one of the oddest creations in the history of Porsche.
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