Porsche 911 Le Mans Classic Clubsport

Jul 9, 2018

Category: Rides

Restoring and modifying old school cars is a dangerous game – especially if the vehicle you choose is as classic as a Porsche 911. There’s a lot that can go wrong. Of course, if handled with the right amount of panache, everything can go right – as is the case with the Le Mans Classic Clubsport by Paul Stephens.

It takes a deft hand to make a Porsche look better than it did off the lot – but that’s exactly the case with this officially-licensed super limited edition car. And when we say limited, we mean that only 10 will ever be made – upping the drool factor by a huge factor. But that’s not all that’s special about this car, as it also boasts a 3.4-liter air-cooled flat six engine capable of 300 horsepower (giving it a 0-62 time of 4.4 seconds and a 170+ mph top speed). And that’s only bolstered by the exclusive 2018 Carrara White metallic paint job with contrasting Le Mans Classic striping. And that beauty extends to the interior, as the whole cockpit is done up in stunning green and black. Set to debut this weekend at the Le Mans Classic, it will be available in either M471 Lightweight or M472 Touring forms.

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