This homemade Porsche 911 GT3 RS is really just a Boxster underneath
Did it fool you?
Home built car projects don't always go to plan, in fact they are often a complete fail a waste of time, and a waste of resources. However, this homemade Porsche 911 GT3 RS might just be the most impressive project we have seen in a long while.
The car you can see here started life as a Porsche 987 Boxster and has since undergone the biggest change of its life. If it were a human, it would be like having surgery to look like you older, more handsome, sportier cousin.
This project was posted to the Modified Porsches Facebook group by a man called Paul Lucas who has been working away for quite some time. As you can see, he has essentially made a 991 GT3 RS body and placed it on top of a manual second-gen Boxster platform and it works a treat.
Sure it doesn't have anywhere near as much power as the real thing as it still retains the Boxster's original 2.7L flat-six which puts out 236hp, but we bet it is still great fun to drive. But, there are some subtle 911 features in he cabin which includes the car's 997-gen 911 dashboard which Paul fitted because he likes the look of it.
This is truly magnificent effort at a build, and from most angles you can't even tell it isn't the real deal. So Paul, if you happen to be reading this, please get in touch so I can take a closer look at this masterpiece and make some content with it.
All images are from Paul Lucas who posted them on the Modified Porsches group on FaceBook.