The rarest 1963 Porsche Elva sports car is on saleSeptember 12, 2020
Classic Cars sells one of 19 Porsche Elva Mk 7 sports cars built in the mid-1960s. The racing car was built by Elva on Porsche units.
The model is equipped with a 1.7-liter boxer air-cooled engine of the German brand. The capacity of the unit is approximately 185 hp. In turn, the spatial tubular frame is lightened by the fiberglass body. In addition, the car received 13-inch wheels made of magnesium alloy.
The new Elva with chassis number P77 / 44L was ordered by the Swiss racer Seppa Greger with left-hand drive and no motor. The owner bought the engine and gearbox from Porsche and installed it himself.
The car took part in various competitions for high-speed entry to the hill in Europe. The car then moved to the United States, where it was piloted by Jerry Tittus, a Shelby racer. As for the cost of the sports car, it will only be revealed to the interested client.
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