The Porsche 910 Carrera 10 Bergspyder Hillclimb Roadster 1967 is an iconic piece of motorsport history. This lightweight and rare Porsche was designed for the 1967 season of Hillclimb Championship fame and was driven to victory at 16 hillclimbs by Graham Nash and David Piper. The 910 Carrera 10 Bergspyder features a lightweight and aerodynamic body made of aluminum, featuring thin-gauge panels and a roll cage. The car has a length of 3520 mm and a width of 1700 mm, along with a height of 1050 mm. Its roofline is seamless and notch-free, representing the ideal of what a racing car should look like. Powering the 910 Carrera 10 Bergspyder is a 2-liter, air-cooled flat-six engine that produces 160 horsepower. This engine is equipped with two Weber 40mm carburetors and a dry-sump lubrication system. Driving the rear wheels is a 5-speed manual transmission with a limited-slip differential. The car produces a top speed of 200 km/h and a 0-100 km/h time of 7.7 seconds. The 910 Carrera 10 Bergspyder features independent front and rear suspension, with spiral-type torsion bars and Koni shock absorbers. The car also has a four-wheel disc brake system and 15-inch magnesium wheels. Its steering is unassisted and uses quick-ratio rack and pinion geometry for precise but difficult turns. Inside the 910 Carrera 10 Bergspyder, the driver is met by an interior reminiscent of a classic racecar, with a large, angular dashboard and racing-style bucket seats. The gauges, levers, and controls are all oriented towards the driver and all are draped in classic 910 Carrera livery. The Porsche 910 Carrera 10 Bergspyder Hillclimb Roadster 1967 is a car that is the epitome of race-bred engineering. Its potent powertrain, lightweight body, and agile handling made it one of the most formidable racecars of its era, and its illustrious history makes it sought-after by collectors around the world.
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