This classic Porsche 911 is a wonderful custom retro-mod or backdate 911 aspiring the looks of a 911 ST car as raced in the early 70s. The car features numerous enhancements to its bodywork and mechanical components and is built to be driven, as Porsche intended!
The car was stripped naked and the bare shell was entirely restored and rebuilt to customer's wishes; professionally finished to the highest standards. He wanted a regular width car, using classic 3.0SC front & rear wings (or 2.7RS-width rear wings). A nice little touch are the lovely 911R rear lights.
On opening the engine lid, you are met by a twin-plug 3.6-litre air-cooled flat-six driving a five-speed 915 manual transmission with limited-slip differential and lightweight flywheel and reinforced clutch – replacing the car’s original 3.0-litre engine. The odometer currently displays 2.150 kilometers, since it was built in 2016.
The car fires into life at the first turn of the key and sounds amazing; 300 horses waiting to be unleashed. The 3.6 engine is free to breath hard and loud through the RSR styled exhaust; this is a real flat 6 love affair! Two front oil radiators are installed to keep the 3.6liter engine's temperatures low and under control.
The suspension is modified allowing easy camber and height adjustment in the rear with coil-over suspension in the front. It is currently setup for fast road and race use. Brakes are upgraded and replaced with Turbo calipers and discs.
On the inside you'll find a stripped lightweight interior beautifully painted in Petrol Blue just like the exterior. A small suede Momo steering wheel gives you excellent feedback from the front axle. The car has a Heigo roll cage and Schroth harnesses for safety. The rare 964 RS N-GT Recaro bucket seats will always hold you tight!
The car is currently part of a nice collection of cars and since completion has seen light use on weekend drives. This wonderful car is restored to the fullest with no expenses spared; it is a unique 911 packing loads of power combined with amazing looks.