Build started in 1973 as a 1974 Penske team chassis, and the primary car for Mark Donohue. However the build was suspended because of rule changes, but completed by Porsche before being sold to Alan Hamilton of Australia. The car was white.

27th June, 1991
Autosport shows advert offering chassis for sale by Alan Hamilton of Australia – $2,250,000
Sold to Porsche, and painted to Sunoco colours and displayed in their Museum & at numerous events.

15th August 1992 – Nurburgring Old Timer GP
Driven by Gunter Steckkonig

Date unknown, but sold to David Morse between 1992 and 1998

15th August 1992 – Monterey Historics at Laguna Seca
David Morse races his chassis

91730_004_1998_monteray_historics_1 91730_004_1998_monteray_historics_2 91730_004_1998_monteray_historics_3 91730_004_1998_monteray_historics_4

4th June 2011
Matt Drendel purchase chassis 004

29th July 2001 – Rennsport Reunion
Matt Drendel & Roger Penske both drive
91730_004_2001_rennsport1_1 91730_004_2001_rennsport1_2

25th June 2004 – Rennsport Reunion 2
Matt Drendel & Roger Penske both drive
91730_004_2004_daytona_1 91730_004_2004_daytona_2

25/26th June 2005 – Porsche Club of America 50th Parade, Hershey, Pennsylvania

10/12th March 2006 – Amelia Island Concours d E’legance, Florida

My thanks to Matt Drendel for his assistance in creating this page.

Disclaimer : I do not claim any ownership of these photos, and respect their original copyright. They are replicated on this site to enable a chronological review of an individual chassis.

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