When it comes to classic cars, the Porsche 911 is about as perfect as they get. In fact, for many purists, changing them at all from their factory specs is akin to blasphemy. Of course, there are a select few who are bold enough to try — and even fewer still who manage to deliver an end result that’s, dare we say, better than a factory original. At least that’s the case with this Rauh Welt Begriff-tuned Forgestar Porsche 911.
Originally built for SEMA, this bold and aggressive take on the classic 964 C4 is as daring as it is impressive, courtesy of RWB’s Akira Nakai and his masterful eye. Equipped with a 15-piece body kit, this 911 retains its signature styling, but still looks fresh, thanks to a set of ultra-wide fenders, Forgestar wheels, and RWB graphics on its candy apple red paint job. But the looks aren’t the only thing that’s been altered about this bad boy. It also boasts a Bisimoto Engineering turbocharger, new lightweight pistons, and a number of other upgrades to its 3.6-liter flat six engine — resulting in a boost to 400 horsepower and 393 foot-pounds of torque. Even the exhaust has been revamped, now rerouted more cleanly through the center of the rear bumper. Said to be one of the lowest mileage RWB-tuned vehicles in the world, this Forgestar Porsche 911 is actually up for sale — though you’ll have to reach out for pricing info.
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