Occasionally we like to embark on flights-of-fancy with crazy renders of unlikely post-apocalyptic battle cars. The Porsche 911 you see here, however, isn’t a render. Nor is simply an upfitted 911 with off-road tires and rally-spec suspension. This is a straight-up end-of-the-world machine, ready to scour the wastelands in search of precious gasoline while escaping marauding bandits. And if you have $38,975 laying around, you can scamper over to eBay and become a road warrior yourself.
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Motoexotica is the seller of this sinister looking Porsche, and it’s unlike any 911 we’ve ever seen. According to the eBay description, this machine started life a 1969 911 coupe and was turned into a zombie killer by builder Michael Lightbourn for the 2017 SEMA Show. Underneath the body sits a legitimate off-road Baja chassis, and when you peek inside the car you can see just how extensive the build is. A fuel cell sits right behind the two front seats, and six Exit shock absorbers help the Porsche soak up the bumps.
Gallery: Porsche 911 Baja
Power comes not from a flat-six Porsche mill, but a 2.3-liter flat four sourced from Volkswagen. Power goes to the ground through a four-speed manual transmission, and a cool quad-exhaust system gives the battle car a neat growl. Tires are knobby 30 inchers mounted on 15-inch wheels, and it’s got all kinds of high-intensity lights to see through the dark. The description also says the car wears the same shade of black that the U.S. Air Force uses on the B-2 Stealth bomber, which we’re not entirely sure we believe but hey, the car is definitely badass with its matte finish.
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The car is located at Motoexotica’s shop in St. Louis, Missouri, but before you conjure up visions of scaring everyone at the next Cars & Coffee meet with this ride, know that it’s only sold with a bill of sale. If, however, you just want something to survive the next trip to Bartertown, this could be your ticket to ride.