- After his release from the concentration camp in France at the end of the Second World War, Ferdinand Porsche settled in Gmünd, Austria, where he began the creation of the first PORSCHE cars.
- In 1969, the first 914 is presented to the public and continues to be produced by the end of 1975. The term TARGA concerned open cars with a hard detachable roof. This category is located between Spider & Coupe. The car was produced with 1600cc, 1800cc, 2000cc engines that were positioned transversely back to the rear of the two passengers (the driver's front passenger).
- This particular car features a 2-liter, water-cooled 4-cylinder 115 hp (2000cc) engine with two Solex carburettors, and we have PORSCHE's all-around design here. Finally, the car has two identical independent luggage from the front and rear.
- The car was fully upgraded by the Technical Department of the Museum according to the original technical specifications of the manufacturer. In addition, the interior has high quality alcantara leather upholstery, which was customary in its season only with a special order.