You're not human if you don't drool over this 1995 Porsche 911 Cup 3.8 RSR EVO
It's currently up for grabs over at Collecting Cars
Collecting Cars is often full of brilliant and interesting enthusiasts' cars and this latest listing is no exception.
What you're looking at here is a very rare and very special 1995 Porsche 911 Cup 3.8 RSR EVO. This is pretty much as mental as a Porsche 911 (993) could get, and many would argue it is the most insane Porsche ever made – but that's up for debate.
This particular example was first bought by the former regional president of the Porsche Club of America, John Ruther, and was actually the first 1995 3.8-litre model to be delivered to and remain in the U.S. market.
During his ownership, Ruther raced this Porsche quite a bit and the listing proudly states that. In fact, he even sent it to Porsche Motorsports North America who equipped it with a new M64/70 RSR Sprint engine with Carillo conrods and uprated camshafts, twin-plug ignition, and various titanium components, allowing it to produce around 390 hp.
After this, it was fitted with an improved valve induction system and some other modifications, and it now produces 410hp.
Options that come as standard on the Cup 3.8 RSR EVO include larger brake calipers, discs from a 911 Turbo, carbon fibre brake cooling ducts, double-adjustable dampers, power steering, and twin oil coolers. It also has an upgraded G50 six-speed manual transmission with a racing clutch, lightweight flywheel, and limited-slip differential.
This auction ends on October 15th (tomorrow at the time of publication) and it would be a shame to miss out on this one. At the time of writing, the current bid is $130,000.