The Porsche 906 Coupe 1965 is a race car often referred to as the first Porsche prototype. It was built using a 6-cylinder boxer engine and had a weight of only 790 kg (1,741 lbs). This race car exudes power, yet still provides a sense of style and sophistication. Its iconic features include its low angular stance and body frame, sloping hood and tall windshield, a wraparound rear window, and a light-weight safety roll-bar located behind the drivers seat. This 906 Coupe also comes equipped with sculpted headlights and wide alloy wheels. Its minimalist interior contained only the essentials, such as a tachometer, odometer, oil pressure gauge, and temperature gauge. No matter its age, the Porsche 906 Coupe 1965 is an exceptionally stunning race car that leaves an everlasting impression.
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