- A Nu Dimension GT Boxster conversion kit (image A Nu Dimension)

      Turn your classic Porsche Boxster into a 911 Turbo

      Yep. It's easy and can be done at home - no experience needed

      2y ago

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      An early model Porsche Boxster is an affordable way to join the world of Porsche ownership. For a small cost It is the stepping stone to new and faster models including the 911 and 911 turbo.

      What if there was a way that the dream of owning a Porsche 911, and in this case a 911 Turbo, could be a lot quicker and cost a lot less money than you think.

      The original Porsche Boxster (Image Porsche AG)

      The original Porsche Boxster (Image Porsche AG)

      How, you may ask? Well, a company called ‘A Nu Dimension’ has engineered something quote unique. They call it “the only GT Boxster conversion kit”. The kit includes a lot for the money as you can seeing the image below.

      GT Boxster Conversion Kit (Image ‘A Nu Dimension’)

      GT Boxster Conversion Kit (Image ‘A Nu Dimension’)

      Your Boxster will now resemble a 911 but apparently according to the company is not a ‘replica’. The website states that those with little or no experience can build a modern looking GT car without welding or fabrication.

      Image A NU DIMENSION

      Image A NU DIMENSION

      The final objective … “improve the look of older Porsche models, creating an up-to-date looking model”. What do you think of the end result?

      Converted Boxster now a 911 (Image A NU DIMENSION)

      Converted Boxster now a 911 (Image A NU DIMENSION)

      #porsche #porschekit #porsche911 #ANUDIMENSION #neunelfer

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      Comments (25)

      • I feel like the size is off

          2 years ago
      • Neat. But still makes you look like a pathetic 911 owner wannabe that hasn't got the money to buy a proper 911.

          2 years ago
      • I’m assuming the quarter-panel and c-pillar which extend to the A-pillar has NO structural integrity??? With ZERO welding, I do not say any way possible that there is anything structural to these panels which kinda worries me. Anyone else?

          2 years ago
      • So where do i sign up? Might opt for this in the future.

          2 years ago
      • That’s interesting, I don’t like the idea of cheating but if you take that bodykit as a « refreshmod » for an old Boxster the result looks quite nice.

        I would avoid the rear spoiler and go for other wheels but I would consider that as a good way to personalize a Porsche ( which is fully part of the brand DNA ).

          2 years ago
        • I'm in agreement there,I'm not a fan of the replica cars such as the MR2 Ferraris but this does look really nice...I wouldn't be able to put a 911 badge on but I'd definitely consider one.you also get the added bonus of having a mid engine...

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            2 years ago
        • True. If you don't look at it as a replacement or cheap 911 the body kit is quite cleverly done.

            2 years ago

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