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оказывается у нас такой темы нет :)

начинаю.

на "Мирбахе " Порш с интересным кузовом от Sauter появился на продажу.

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The production of the final version of the Porsche 356 ended in 1965 and that left the new 911 as the only model. The 911 however was considerably more expensive than the 356 and the end of the 356 left a gap in the Porsche line-up.

 

Porsche resolved this by introducing the 912. The 912 looked similar to the contemporary 911 but it was fitted with a 4 cylinder engine instead of the 6 used in the 911. Furthermore the 912 was equipped with less luxury but it did feature all necessary equipment.

 

By 1970 the 912 was replaced by the 914. WM

 

 

 

 

General specifications

Record last updated Before 12 / 01 / 2004

Country of origin Germany

Years of production 1965 - 1968

Numbers built 30300

Body design N/A

Weight 968 kilo / 2134.1 lbs

Drivetrain

Engine B 4

Engine Location Rear , longitudinally mounted

Displacement 1.582 liter / 96.5 cu in

Valvetrain 2 valves / cylinder, OHV

Fuel feed 2 Solex 40 PIJ-4 Carburetors

Aspiration Naturally Aspirated

Gearbox 4 speed Manual

Drive Rear wheel drive

Performance figures

Power 90 bhp / 67 KW @ 5800 rpm

Torque 122 Nm / 90 ft lbs @ 3500 rpm

BHP/Liter 57 bhp / liter

Power to weight ratio 0.09 bhp / kg

Top Speed 183 km/h / 114 mph

0-60 mph Acceleration 13.0 s

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