The Porsche 917 Kurzheck Daytona Winner Coupe 1971 is an iconic race car with an unmistakable look and presence. The Porsche 917 was the most successful sports racing car ever built with an impressive track record of 15 outright wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and 11 overall wins at the 24 Hours of Daytona. The 917 featured a unique short-tail design that was superior to its competitors in terms of aerodynamic performance and helped it to dominate the 1960s and 70s sports car racing scene. The car featured a mid-engine layout, a 4.9 litre flat-12 engine with 480 BHP and the famous Moby Dick long-tail bodywork. It weighed just 850kg and its top speed was over 200 mph. The car was finished in the iconic Red and White John Wyer Automotive livery and was originally fitted with magnesium alloy wheels, however, these were replaced with alloy wheels during its 24 Hours of Daytona win. It also had four individually adjustable suspension settings that could be modified to the drivers preference. Its an extremely rare car and only 17 models were ever built. It stands out in any crowd and makes for an impressive sight on the track. Its stature in the motorsport world is legendary and a testament to the engineering brilliance of Porsche.
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