This immaculate Porsche 964 911 has over $200k of upgrades
This must be one of the most 'complete' 964s available today
The 911 is one of the most iconic cars on the planet, and the 964 generation may be one of the most popular iterations of the 'everyday sportscar.'
With their age starting to show, prices of 964s have started climbing back up, spurred on by resto-mods such as this gorgeous offering from German specialists DP Motorsport.
This 911 (964) Carrera 2 has been subject to a lengthy restoration, and is one of the most complete 964s on the market today, having benefitted from over $200k of upgrades.
Designed to resemble the modified Porsches of the 1970s, this 'backdated' 964 features Carmona Red paintwork, along with a custom widebody car that adds an inch onto the width of the car, without ruining the classic 911 lines.
The interior has also been extensively modified, and brought into the 21st century. Alcantara roof lining, Recaro Sportster CS seats and a modern Porsche PCM infotainment system with Bluetooth and smartphone connectivity make the interior a lovely place to be, along with adding some creature comforts to enhance the driving experience. A built-in hidden dashcam also adds a layer of safety, providing recordings of every journey this Carrera takes.
Under the hood, the stock 3.6l flat-six has been bored out to 3.8l, and with its new pistons, uprated camshaft and other supporting mods, now makes 320hp and 273 lb/ft of torque. The gearbox has been uprated to a G50 5-speed, and a 964 RS LSD with KW Clubsport coilovers help keep the car planted on the road. All in all, the 0-60 time is now just 5 seconds, and the top speed 174mph.
DP Motorsport estimate the build cost is around $183,000 without the value of the donor car. A high price to pay, but this is a true 'turn key' 964 - and now I want one!