This 1972 Porsche 914 race car is set up in a configuration that was designed by racer Richie Ginther for the American Road Race Championship in the early 1970s. The car is finished in a Jagermeister livery tribute with a black interior and is powered by a rebuilt 2.0-liter engine paired with a 5-speed manual transaxle with a new clutch. Equipment includes rebuilt dual Weber 45 performance carburetors, front oil cooler, upgraded 911 SC suspension and rebuilt 911 SC brakes, new Bilstein struts, 5 lug Fouch wheels with new TOYO R888s, a full roll cage with chassis reinforcement, and a massive weight savings effort including fiberglass body panels and Richie Ginther windscreen and aluminum skinned doors. New Fire Suppression System, new foam in fuel cell, new fuel pump, Oil Filter relocation kit for easy maintenance, New braided oil lines with AN bulkhead fittings and new European rear brake light lenses and new MOMO steering wheel. Located in Corona, California.