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You can make a cheap Porsche look insanely expensive with this body kit.

You can make a cheap Porsche look insanely expensive with this body kit.

This collaboration that could result in more amazing and cheap(er) body kits

Custom car body kits from brands like Liberty Walk and RWB are notoriously expensive, and that doesn’t take into account the fact that they are only for supercars and classic Porsches, which cost as much as proper supercars. Now though, there is an alternative.

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Fastest Electric Cars in the World

Fastest Electric Cars in the World

Some of these electric cars come with ridiculous specs and seem too good to be true!

There is no dearth of electric cars in the market now. We aren’t just talking about the urban commuters, but also fast electric cars. There are many new automakers that start their electric car journey with fast cars or electric supercars. Companies like Estrema, Aspark, and even Tesla, for that matter, came up with fast electric sports cars or electric supercars. While some have faded into oblivion after showing us promising concepts, some have weathered the storm and are either into production or will enter production.

Here’s a list of the eight fastest electric cars in the world today that are in the production stage or about to enter production. Some of these fast cars are from mainstream automakers, some from established EVmakers, and some from new start-ups.

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French Fashion Designer Arthur Kar has created a one-off 968 Roadster in collaboration with Porsche

French Fashion Designer Arthur Kar has created a one-off 968 Roadster in collaboration with Porsche

Kar brought the world of Fashion & Automobiles together with the 968 L’ART and has now realized his long term dream

Fashion label L’Art De L’Automobile along with Porsche has created a one-off roadster based on the 968. This neo-retro prototype, which is a re-bodied Porsche 968 is wrapped in a chic and urban style.

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The Porsche 356 Speedster-Inspired Iconic Autobody 387 Is Actually A 987 Boxster In a Classic Suit

The Porsche 356 Speedster-Inspired Iconic Autobody 387 Is Actually A 987 Boxster In a Classic Suit

Looks can be deceiving; This Porsche 356 Speedster is actually a 987 Boxster, redesigned by Total Headturners

For better or worse, replicas have become a part of automotive culture. It’s certainly an alternative to a million-dollar dream car, even if the quality is often questionable. When it comes to classic cars, there are many that have achieved iconic status. Naturally, this is also reflected in their price. The classic Porsche market, in particular, is more or less a constant in this regard. With this in mind, U.K.-based company Total Headturners has built a very convincing 356 Speedster replica based on a more modern mid-engine Porsche, and we think it looks awesome.

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This 'Galpinized' 1955 Porsche 356 Speedster by Porsche Santa Clarita Looks Gorgeous

This ’Galpinized’ 1955 Porsche 356 Speedster by Porsche Santa Clarita Looks Gorgeous

This exquisite Porsche 356 Speedster has been prepared for the 2021 Porsche Restoration Challenge

As part of the 2021 Porsche Restoration Challenge, Porsche of Santa Clarita, a Galpin Motors dealership based in California, recently finished the restoration and modification of a 1955 Porsche 356 Speedster.

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Porsche 911 Speedster Quirks and Features

Porsche 911 Speedster Quirks and Features

Astonishing Porsche 911 Speedster Is $184,000 More Expensive Than the 2019 Porsche 911 Carrera

Teased in one way or another for the last two years, the Porsche 911 Speedster finally showcased its gorgeous body at the 2019 New York Auto Show. Revealed in red, the glorious 911 celebrates the 70th anniversary of the production of rear-engine sports cars, and it is the most extreme representation of philosophy once started with the fantastic 356. With such an important job to do and an incredible heritage to justify, the new Porsche 911 Speedster - the ninth Speedster overall - is the best the 991.2 generation can possibly offer.

For that matter, Porsche garnished it with the latest technology and epic throwback easter eggs that elevate the 911 Speedster unique qualities. This is the list of the most unusual Porsche 911 Speedster’s quirks and features.

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Someone Seriously Turned a Pontiac Fiero Into a Porsche Carrera GT

Someone Seriously Turned a Pontiac Fiero Into a Porsche Carrera GT

With enough bondo, anything is possible

Car customization can make your dreams come true - even if that dream is turning your mid-80’s domestic into a Porsche supercar. Case in point is this, uh, unique Pontiac Fiero, which someone transformed into a hilarious parrot of the Porsche Carrera GT.

The best part is that it’s listed on Ebay UK, so if you really want it, and have an extra $16,881 to spare, it could be yours. Don’t worry, we won’t judge you.

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Car for Sale: 1992 Porsche 911 RWB

Car for Sale: 1992 Porsche 911 RWB

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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1980 Porsche Bisimoto 911BR "One-of-a-Kind"

1980 Porsche Bisimoto 911BR "One-of-a-Kind"

An air-cooled tribute to the King of Cool

In the 1971 film Le Mans, Steve McQueen delivers one of his all-time most memorable quotes: “When you’re racing, it’s life. Anything that happens before or after is just waiting.” That attitude wasn’t just a figment of McQueen’s onscreen character – the man really did live to go fast. When he wasn’t acting, McQueen participated in a variety of professional racing series, and when he was acting, he regularly performed his own stunts behind the wheel. The Porsche you see here is a rolling tribute to the McQueen mythos, a customized one-off creation packed to the brim with performance-enhancing modifications and polished subtlety. If style were a liquid, this thing would be an ocean, and next month, it’s going to the highest bidder.

Slated to hit the block at the 2016 Mecum Collector Car Auction in Monterey, California, the Mecum website describes the 911BR as “a no expense spared bespoke Porsche” that “reflects [McQueen’s] personality and penchant for straight line performance, cornering prowess and understated appearance.”

Proceeds will go to benefit Boys Republic (hence the “BR”), a non-profit organization in Chino, California that serves troubled adolescents. Since 1907, Boys Republic has helped more than 30,000 at-risk teenagers, including McQueen himself, who credited Boys Republic with refocusing his life towards success.

So what makes the 911BR worthy of association with the King of Cool? Read on to find out.

Continue reading to learn more about the 1980 Porsche Bisimoto 911BR.

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