Sunday, April 10, 2011

The amazing restoration of Patrick Motorsports of Porsche 906 made in 1966

PORSCHE 906 is a car racing on public roads which it is permitted the latter designed to meet the homologation racing category of Group 4.Having very light weight just 580 kg, 906 consists of a light tubular space frame of fiber glass-made body.

Mostly, these vehicles are equipped with engine powered by 2.0-liter 6-cylinder 220 hp capable to run this monster very fast until the speed limit of 280 km / hour. Machine located in the center of the vehicle is protected by Plexiglas cover.

Vehicle firstly introduced in 1966 was the outright sexy with gull-wing door model (gullwing doors). It also bears the name of another popular referred to as the Porsche Carrera 6.

Recently, Patrick Motorsports (PMC) located in Phoenix, Arizona United States successfully complete rebuilding one of the vehicles are only made in the amount of 50 units throughout the production.

PMC succeeded in restoring these vehicles to the smallest, so natural that if a vehicle is referred to as 'Full Quality Concourse Restoration'. Peeble Beach Concours d'Elegance classic car show was the event with a amazing condition.

The reason they do all the smallest details are carefully to restore the vehicle to really like its original form as it exits the assembly plant. Starting from the chassis, sub frame, body, fiber glass to exterior painting.

Even their redesign and make the spreading wing door hinges and added exhaust hole in the roof and rebuild the suspension and replace the entire shaft of the suspension with stainless steel.

As a result of these vehicles appear great with quality equivalent to the vehicle displayed in the museum which it can be also driven at once.

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