1981 PORSCHE 924 GTR

Porsche Motorsports built 17 examples of the 924 GTR. Al Holbert followed, building six 924 GTRs using bodies, including 004, and racing components from Porsche Motorsports Factory. Holbert’s GTRs were serious racing machines, participating in the IMSA and Trans Am series.

Doc Bundy, Hurley Haywood, Elliott Forbes-Robinson and Holbert himself piloted chassis 924-004 throughout its racing tenure. Bayside Racing took ownership of 004 from Holbert in 1982 and set it up to compete in IMSA Camel GT, GTO and GTU series.

This is among the most successful Porsche 924 GTRs in American history, racing in 24 Hours of Daytona and the 12 Hours of Sebring as well as finishing second in 1984 GTU Championship points. Chassis 004 retired in 1986.

It participated in Rennsport V (2016) and most recently competed in Rennsport VI (2018) at Raceway Laguna Seca.

Condition
Restored by Speed Sports (Milwaukie, Oregon) in 2014 to its Löwenbräu livery of 1984 to 1985, 004 has been meticulously and professionally maintained by Competition Touring Cars (Sonoma, California). Recent engine,cylinder head and turbo rebuild by Vintage Racing Motors (Redmond, Washington).

Of Note
Holbert 924-004 is eligible for events such as Le Mans Classic, HSR Classic 24 Hour Daytona and Classic Sebring 12 Hour.

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Year: 1981
Make: Porsche
Model: 924
Dealer: Grand Prix Classics
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Grand Prix Classics specializes in the buying, selling and consignment of historic sports cars and racing cars. Located in La Jolla, California, with a beautiful showroom and workshop, the business is run by its founder, Mark Leonard, who is truly passionate about his work. He has assembled a team of dedicated professionals who each contribute with specific talents ranging from buying and selling to an international market, researching automotive history, to running the workshop. There are always 15-20 cars in inventory as well as a collection of rare automotive posters, a large library of books, magazines, videos and other memorabilia.
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