A positively immaculate widebody Stuttgart superstar hits the used car market

Usually, when you see the phrase “No expense was spared on this build” in a craigslist ad for a modified vehicle, the result is either extremely impressive, or a complete mess. Luckily, it’s the former when it comes to this gorgeous early ‘90s 911. Even though it’s got 132,324 miles on the odometer, this thing is practically new, with a slew of high-end performance components that work well to bring out the best in the 964-era coupe. It’s dubbed the RWB Hollywood, and Akira Nakai from Rauh-Welt Begriff takes credit for the build. If you’re drawing a blank on the name, here’s the rundown – RWB is a Japan-based tuner of all things 911, and is best known for churning out some of the most outrageous Stuttgart stunners in the world, combining form and function in a single custom package. Unique, eye-catching, and quick – these are the things that make a RWB 911. And now, you can get one in Miami for about $150,000.

Mechanically, the RWB mounts a 3.6-liter, air-cooled six-cylinder engine in the rear, which send power to the rear wheels by way of a G50 manual transmission. The whole shebang was stripped down and re-sprayed in its original Grand Prix White paint scheme, and come complete with a full RWB 964 body kit. It’s a head-turner, that’s for sure, so read on for the details.

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Car for Sale: 1992 Porsche 911 RWB
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1992 Porsche 911 RWB Stock 1992 Porsche 911 964 hardtop

Clearly, the 911 RWB Hollywood is a step beyond the original factory machine, with the most obvious modification being the GT-style body kit that adorns the exterior. RWB worked its magic swapping various stock components for custom pieces, including those hugely flared fenders (complete with rivet-style detailing), fresh bumpers front and back, nose canards, and new side skirts. Up top is a sunroof delete, while RSR brake ducts and clear turn signals complete the nose. RWB also added 993 side-view mirrors and door handles, while in the rear is a ducktail decklid to keep it glued to the pavement at speed. Further updates include H4 headlights, new taillights, and fresh seals for the body and windows.

Car for Sale: 1992 Porsche 911 RWB
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In the corners, you’ll find deep-dish Fifteen52 Evo SC wheels wrapped in Toyo’s uber sticky R888 rubber.

e corners, you’ll find deep-dish Fifteen52 Evo SC wheels wrapped in Toyo’s uber sticky R888 rubber. Underneath the wheels’ broad hubs and white finish (check out that red letter detailing!) are 6-pot stoppers from Brembo. For the suspension, RWB went with KW Clubsport coilovers, while the 993 RS provides random bits like new sway bars and bushings. Making the most of the six-cylinder powerplant are upgraded Fabspeed RSR headers and a new Fabspeed exhaust system.

Car for Sale: 1992 Porsche 911 RWB
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Car for Sale: 1992 Porsche 911 RWB
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The seller also says whoever buys this thing will get a second trunk lid decked out with a larger race-read wing, plus a RWB windshield banner originally presented by Nakai-san himself.

Not too shabby, if you ask us. But is really worth 150 grand? Let us know your opinion in the comments below.

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