Someone on eBay is asking no less than $175,000 for a 1995 Porsche 911 (993) heavily modified by RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF (RWB).
We have stumbled upon a rather intriguing Porsche 911 of the 993 generation featuring a plethora of aftermarket parts, including a RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF 993 super wide street version body kit. This utterly fat 911 also has a massive Kamiwaza double deck wing, bolt-on fender flares, and big bumpers to complete the beefy look. It rides on the tuner’s 18-inch three-piece wheels shod in 265/35/18 front and 335/30/18 rear Pirelli P Zero tires.
This rear-wheel drive Guarra Red example has been driven for 131,000 miles (210,824 km) and also has a lot of mechanical changes. Some of the most important ones include Fabspeed 993 sport headers, BMC air filter, H&R front and rear sway bars, Porsche GT2 strut brace, and a Fabspeed 993 Supercup exhaust system. Stopping power comes from a Brembo GT kit with type III rotor (355-mm front & 345-mm rear) teamed up with four-piston front and rear calipers.
It’s the same story inside the cabin where the modified 993 has full Alcantara upholstery, Momo steering wheel hub with Sabelt steering wheel, along with a RS rear seats delete, and Rennline full adjustable pedals.
It may be in "showcar condition" and with a ton of aftermarket goodies, but we’re not sure why anyone would buy this over a brand new 911 GT3 RS (991) that costs $175,900 MSRP in United States.
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