A vintage car lover will be happy to learn that the extremely rare 1964 Porsche 904 Carrera GTS is now up for auction at the Gooding & Company. The Gooding & Company is an automotive auction house based in Santa Monica, California – known for setting world-record prices for classic cars such as this one.
The 1964 Porsche 904 Carrera GTS was designed by none other than Ferdinand Alexander “Butzi” Porsche himself, who went on to inspire many of the brand’s designs down the road. Designed to be a dual-purpose car for both track and the road — arguably the brands last model to do so.
The car weighs only 1,433 pounds, and pushes out a total of 180 horsepower quite the amount during its time. The unique body frame design allows for amazing aerodynamics, pushing the top speed of this Porsche beyond any other model in its era. This model is the final evolution of the four-cam, and four-cylinder Porsches. Retaining matching-numbers engine and transaxle per factory records. Offered with original 904 owners manual and sales brochure.
This right here is certainly an exceptional opportunity for the serious Porsche collector. For those interested in bidding for this vintage collectors ride head over to the Gooding & Company’s website now.