This Fully-Kitted Porsche Safari 911 Is Owned By An NFL Tight End

While the fabled Porsche 911 is undeniably a vehicle of mythical proportions, the car doesn’t exactly lend itself to off-roading, which is a big part of what makes this one-off ’84 3.2 Carrera-based build from Wisconsin’s Kelly-Moss all the more impressive. Owned by none other than noted tight-end, Jimmy Graham, this rugged Porsche initially made its public debut earlier this summer, though it’s now headed to SEMA 2019 with a slew of new modifications.

When this once-tired ’84 example first rolled into the Kelly-Moss garage it was treated to a 10-month rebuild which included the German car being fitted with Eibach springs, Brembo brakes with Tilton master cylinders, 9eleven LED headlights supplemented via LED light-bars in the front bumper and above the windshield, custom aluminum front and rear skirts cooked up in house by Kelly-Moss, and a complete revamp of the interior. More recently, the Porsche was bestowed with a set of blacked-out MOMO rims and matching MOMO race seats for the Italian outfit’s SEMA booth. It might be a bit sacrilegious to put a classic 911 under the grinder, though it’s a much harder case to make when the results look this good. Unfortunately, the Green Bay Packers tight end, Jimmy Graham, has already purchased this gorgeous ride — but we bet Kelly-Moss could be convinced to build another.

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