1964 Porsche 904 GTS Driven By Racing Legend Walter Röhrl [VIDEO]

Recently, Porsche brought the 1964 904 GTS out of its museum for a quick spin around the race track. The 904 GTS in the video below is driven by German racing legend Walter Röhrl who was a top WRC driver in the 1970s and 1980s. He won the Monte Carlo Rally four times with four different marques.

The 1964 904 GTS is officially known as Porsche Carrera GTS, and was produced between 1964-1965. This classic sports car is powered by a four cylinder engine with an output of 198bhp.


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  • Leej228

    Isn’t it unusual for Porsche to have the ignition switch to the right of the steering wheel. I will admit I haven’t looked inside a Porsche for over 50 years.

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