Could this be the ultimate Porsche 935?
It might have started out as a 964 Turbo, but this retro creation by DP Motorsport blends 935 'flat nose' looks with modern performance.
The Porsche 935 is an iconic figure of motorsport with this Group 5 creation collecting a haul of victories and class wins. It defied convention with its ‘flat nose’ ditching those familiar Porsche lines for ones that were of aerodynamic benefit. This 935 by DP Motorsport blends retro racing with modern materials to create arguably the ultimate Porsche 935.
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Dubbed the Porsche 935 DPIII, this car started life as a 1992 Porsche 964 Turbo before undergoing this radical transformation. The 3.3-litre flat-six engine has received plenty of attention and now produces 444bhp. A bespoke stainless steel exhaust system should make this engine sound incredible at full-chat. H&R fully adjustable suspension has been fitted along with a uniball strut bearing, and an adjustable strut brace. Its front and rear track has been widened and the car now possesses a fat pair of 335/30 tyres at the rear.
The bodywork is a masterpiece, as it should be from the creators of the original body kits for Kremer Racing. That distinctive flat nose, large intakes, flared arches, and large rear wing not only look great, but they also provide genuine downforce. The bodywork is made from fibreglass but is reinforced by lightweight carbon fibre for added strength. It might look old-school, but modern manufacturing techniques makes this body superior to even those of the Group 5 racing cars.
The DPIII’s interior blends race car minimalism with some creature comforts. The leather racing seats complete with harnesses highlights that this car means business, yet the cockpit retains its carpets and door cards. There’s even electric windows and a CD player! It certainly has a premium look to the cabin that is often missing in track inspired cars of this calibre.
According to reports, this car was bought by a dealer in Miami, Florida earlier this year. We are extremely jealous to say the least.
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For more information - https://girardo.com/available/1978-porsche-935-k3_0/ 1978 Porsche 935 K3 Chassis no. 930 890 0021 Highlights Second overall at the 1980 Daytona 24 Hours Three-time Daytona 24 Hours participant Three-time Sebring 12 Hours participant Fresh from a complete engine rebuild Highly eligible for historic events around the world Air-cooled, twin-KKK turbo, mechanic
Very rare Porsche 935 DP cabriolet ! Year 1987, 160.000 kilometer. 3.2 lit. engine, G50 trans. Titled as oldtimer, everything in perfect working order, top condition ! Car located in Finland, I can assist with shipping worldwide.
Solid Guards, This example is a genuine, factory-produced, Porsche 930 Turbo SE G50, built in 1989and a very rare to market car and investment opportunity. The paintwork looks to be original and the panel fit and shut lines are excellent. The interior is also in superb order this really is not to be missed!!! The service history shows stamps in the original service book coming from JCT 600 in 1992
964 Carrera Convertible, very well maintained Equipment: 9991 - Exclusivprogramm, X24 - Tiptronic selector lever rootwood, X28 - steering wheel rootwood, X31 - handbrake lever rootwood, 139 - seat heating left, 249 - Tiptronic, 327 - Radio Symphony RDS, 340 - seat heating right, 403 - cup alu wheels 17 , 437 - Comfort full electric seat left, 494 - auxiliary amplifier for HiFi sound system, 498 -