This one-of-a-kind Canadian example of Porsche heritage is being proffered for sale for the first time. This Porsche 914S is the only known example of the model to have been constructed in Canada, and its origin story is as fascinating as its condition is pristine.
Originally crafted in 1971 for the Canadian market, the 914S was outfitted with a 2.0-liter flat-four engine and a five-speed manual transmission. Sporting a unique metallic gray paint job, the 914S also featured a special Canadian-market interior with a rear bench seat and three-spoke steering wheel.
This rare specimen has been in the care of a single owner since 1972 and has remained in immaculate condition. The car has been regularly serviced and has only completed approximately 10,000 kilometers (6,214 miles) in its lifetime, boasting a remarkable level of originality throughout.
In addition to its original Canadian-market features, the 914S is equipped with a factory-installed air-conditioning system, a rarer and more desirable feature that is uncommonly found among 914s of any origin.
For the discerning collector, this 914S stands as an intriguing piece of Porsche history, offering an opportunity to acquire a highly sought-after example of the iconic German marque. This is an exceedingly rare opportunity to acquire an exceptional piece of Porsche heritage, and one that is sure to garner significant interest from connoisseurs and collectors alike.