Handwoven Leather Makes This 600+HP Porsche 911 A Bespoke Dream Ride

Sometimes we see ambitious builders biting off more than they can chew with custom modifications, with some examples being so complex that they completely miss the mark when delivered. Patrick Motorsports of Phoenix, AZ is no stranger to taking on larger than life projects, and this 1975 Porsche 911 Coupe Twin Turbo is one of the best examples of a bespoke build we have ever seen executed.

Starting off with a rust-free US model 911S Coupe chassis, the modifications start with the addition of front and rear fenders from the wider Carrera RSR along with a shaved roofline, instantly adding track-ready lines to the sporty two-door, while finer details like the Jabroc spoiler trim provide excellent detail upon close inspection. The powertrain received larger 3.8L displacement cylinders capped off with dual-spark heads, twin-turbos, and one-off stainless steel headers, boosting the power to 600+hp (558hp at the wheels). With the addition of the extra muscle, the 911 was beefed up with an integrated roll-cage for add rigidity, larger brakes for better stopping power, and Bilstein coil-over suspension for increased handling abilities. Finished with handwoven leather interior trim throughout and sprayed with a custom created teal color, this car is surely a project that turned out better than anyone could have expected.

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