It’s not every day that you see an alcohol manufacturer getting involved with four wheeled projects. However the Australian brewery VB Raw has taken on a rather unique approach to tuning with designer, Paul Begg, by stripping a classic 1978 Porsche 911 down to bare sheet metal before rebuilding it into a one of a kind rolling masterpiece that they are calling the ’Rawsche’.

The Rawsche was rebuilt via a live webcam on vbraw.com.au at the end of 2009, and was recently given away to one lucky viewer who best displayed their allegiance to the Raw cause by throwing one heck of a kegger. Everything from the modern headlamps sourced from a 993 to the classic grill over the flat six from an old 356 is pure Porsche.

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4 comments:

  (334) posted on 03.7.2011

The car would is a brilliant idea to show appreciation on German automaker! I want to suggest that instead of supercharged 3.0 they should use base 3.6 liter V6 instead.

  (1) posted on 02.17.2010

This is some clever stuff from the guys at VB RAW I found this link from www.knowyourbeer.info and i tell you what those porsche 911 are looking awesome.

  (534) posted on 02.7.2010

Not bad at all. I wonder what ’Rawsche’ means. It’s a rather expensive way to advertise their products though. I mean if it is their aim with this car or to just make an impression. I wonder who will be driving it home on the daily basis.

  (798) posted on 02.7.2010

well that was a good custom 911, the tail pipe was very teasing and the colored green smoke.

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