Ferdinand Alexander 'Butzi' Porsche III originally penned the design of the 904 in 1963. Officially titled the Carrera GTS, the 904 succeeded the RSK Type 718 as the last sports-racing iteration of the 356 series. Meticulously crafted to the exacting standards of the period, this road-registered 1967 Porsche 904 GTS Recreation is one of only four hand-built cars produced by Martin and Walker Technic of the UK. Built in the year 2000 using Porsche factory body moulds, Porsche mechanical components and a Porsche engine all directly from Stuttgart, this example exemplifies the quality of Martin and Walker design that has seen their 904's compete in the Carrera Panamericana race in Mexico, the only replica to ever have done so. This 904 GTS is strong in character and style with its distinctive tail and ultra-low height that exudes aggression and athleticism. It is powered by a potent 3.0 Litre flat six on twin Weber carburettors with a rear mounted 915 manual transmission. Fitted with a limited slip differential, independent front suspension with double wishbones and coil springs, independent rear multi-link suspension with coil springs, and hydraulic disc brakes, like the original thi
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