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Der 904 oben müsste/sollte/könnte Nummer 050 sein, der war erst jüngst in Motor Klassik:


im Motor Klassik Bericht gibts zur 050 etwas mehr Infos als im 904-Standard Buch von Barth/Albinet/Weigel


was ich kurz zur Hand habe:

"This 1958 model year car was first delivered on 13/01/1958 as a Carrera 1500cc GS finished in Silver with an 80 litre fuel tank (with a central bonnet re-filler), leatherette 'Speedster' seat, lightweight 'Plexiglass' rear screen and a 'Spyder' rear view mirror. The lucky customer, an enthusiastic racing driver, was Mr Hans Harzheim of Koln, Germany, who raced the car successful in his home country. He achieved notable results including the AvD Rheinland Pfalz Preis on 03/08/1958, a 5th place at the famous Nurburgring Nordschliefe in the GT 1600cc Class and a win on 05/10/1958 in the Eifelrennen Nurburgring, again in the GT 1600cc Class.

The car and driver were also invited to compete in the Nurburgring ADAC 1000Kms Rennen (1 of 6 World Championship races). Furthermore, Hans Harzheim raced on 13/07/1960 in the Rheinland Pfalz Preis Nurburgring GT Class (finishing in 8th place) and at Trier on 19/09/1962 competing in the Porsche Carrera Formula Junior race (finishing in 4th place).

During this period of intense racing activity, the car was returned to the Porsche factory in 1958 to receive an upgrade of a 1600cc GT engine (115ps), lightweight alloy bonnet, alloy boot lid and alloy doors plus a change of colour to Red.

Following its successful period of racing in Germany the car was sold and exported to the USA, eventually returning to Europe in 1980 when it was discovered by the famous German industrialist, Hans Dieter Blatzheim.

In 1984, it had a complete restoration in Switzerland at a cost of over 74,000 Swiss Francs carried out by distnguished Porsche restorer, Armin Baumann, in preparation for its place in the famous Blatzheim collection in Bonn.

Hans Dieter Blatzheim was an enthusiastic and accomplished racing driver who had one of the largest and most significant collection of Porsche racing cars in the world. Tragically, he died at the age of 47 on 14/08/1985 in a Porsche 917 while testing for the Oldtimer Grand Prix at the Nurburgring. This Porsche 356, along with the rest of his collection, was left to his two young sons on the condition that the cars could not be sold until both sons reached the age of 25 - hence the recent release of this car onto the market.

Therefore, this car has predominantly remained a static display in a private collection, covering no more than 1,500 kms during the last 25 years.

It has recently been sympathetically re-commissioned and is now undergoing work to attain full FIA papers and Technical Passport at which point it will be completely eligible and welcome at all the world's most prestigious historic motorsport events, including Goodwood Revival, Tour Auto, Historic Le Mans and Mille Miglia, etc.

This concours condition car represents a unique and exciting opportunity into historic motorsport worldwide with an outstanding pedigree and provenance.

(With thanks to Martina Engels for her thorough and professional research.)"













Und noch ein Nachschlag - die "Little Miss"

"Little Miss 0" This exceedingly rare motor car is chassis 84711 and was delivered new to Chuck Rickert in 1958 to the USA - the car was and still is affectionately named “Little Miss 0” by Chuck and his racing buddies. The car has been confirmed by Porsche as being an original 4 cam speedster GT and was sold directly to Chuck Rickert as a race car in 1958 by the race department (sidestepping the then official USA importer).

The now familiar Carrera nomenclature was used in homage to the epic Carrera Pan Americana road race which was initially reserved for Porsche’s highest performance road and race cars until the early 1970’s. Using a four-camshaft engine (instead of the single overhead camshaft units used in the series production 356 A), the four-cam was a really trick piece of kit. With cylinder heads and barrels in light alloy, dual ignition with two spark plugs per cylinder and dry-sump lubrication, each Carrera motor was carefully built by hand, taking over two weeks to complete plus a further couple of days to tune. GT's boasted an extraordinary 110bhp at 6400rpm, this thanks to attention to the camshafts and ignition (10% more than a GS). The only external details unique to these cars were anodised gold Carrera scripting on the engine cover.The GT option included a sebring exhaust and oil cooler, “rolled edges”, GT wheels, aluminuim doors, aluminium engine cover, a roll hoop and aluminium shelled GT seats. These GT speedsters were equipped with a 1500cc type 547 motor with V distributor drive on the crank shaft.

The early race history of Little Miss 0, is without doubt, exceptional, competing in the SCCA championship winning eighteen out of twenty two races the car competed in between May 1958 and June 1961.The History is as follows:

May 1958, Bridgehampton National (3rd IC (running in!)).June, Elkhart Lake National (1st OA). July, Mossport Hillclimb (1st OA).August, Milwaukee National (1st OA (2 races)).September, Elkhart Lake National (1st OA).September, Meadowdale Natioonal (1st OA (2 races)).April 1959, Pensacola national (1st OA).May, Lawrenceville Regional (1st OA (2 races)).May, Loiusville Regional (1st OA (2 races)).June, Elkhart Lake National (2nd OA). July, Indianapolis Regional (1st OA (2 races)).August, Milwaukee National (1st OA (2 races).August, Elkhart Lake National (1st OA).April 1960, Pensacola National (1st OA).August, Loiusville National (DNF).June, Elkhart Lake National (DNF (Broken Crank)).

Little Miss 0 has been subjected to a "No expense spared" restoration to the highest standard and was carried out by experts including former Vasek Polak employees (a famous Porsche race team of the 1960’s). Since its rebuild the car has covered just 60 miles. A substantial history file including including a wealth of supporting documentation accompanies the car including the original order by Chuck Rickert and various correspondence between owners, sports car clubs and indeed Porsche during the lifetime of the vehicle. The car is presented in its original colour combination and specification, is UK road registered and available to view imediately."









1979 Porsche 935 K3

S/N 0090002

Der Zweite von den beiden K3/1979.


11.3. Zolder, Ludwig, 1.

8.4. Hockenheim, Ludwig, 1.

29.4. Nürburgring, Ludwig, 2.

20.5. Salzburgring, Ludwig, 1.

3.6. Nürburgring 1000km, Ludwig/Plankenhorn, 2.

17.6. Mainz-Finthen, Ludwig, 1.

24.6. Norisring, Ludwig, 1.

1.7. Zandvoort, Ludwig, 1.

6.7. Donington, Edwards, 2.

22.7. Diepholz, Ludwig, 1.

19.8. Zolder, Ludwig, 1.

2.9. Hockenheim, Ludwig, Unfall

23.9. Nürburgring, Ludwig, 1.

Danach verkauft und bis 1982 von verschiedenen Teams eingesetzt - allerdings mit meist durchwachsenen Erfolg.

Ausnahmen: 14.10.1979 Zolder, 1. Platz

4.4.82 Hockenheim 5. Platz

19-29.6.82 Le Mans 8. Platz (1. in Gruppe 5)

15.8.82 Mosport/IMSA 6. Platz

22.8.82 Road America/IMSA 7. Platz

5.9.82 Mid Ohio/IMSA 5. Platz

17.10.82 Brands Hatch, 12. Platz (1. in Gruppe 5)


© Fotos von Dennis Gray








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Hallo Ultimatum,


schau doch mal hier zum Thema Zubehör für Vintage Porsche (Anzeige)? Eventuell gibt es dort etwas Passendes.

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