Like most RWB builds, the new car is based on a late-model air-cooled 911. In this case, the base car is a 964 Carrera 4. This car has been heavily backdated, including a long-hood conversion, early 911 front fenders, and a pre-'73 rear valence. Rather than an aggressive multi-tiered GT2-style spoiler, a simple ducktail occupies the rear deck lid. The front bumper is similar to a '73 Carrera RS 2.7, albeit with a deeper chin spoiler. The car even uses a beautiful low-back early 911-style seats with separate headrests.
A 3.8L powerplant for this Porsche, which includes Mahle drop-in 3.8 pistons and cylinders, Carrillo 3.8RSR connecting rods, FVD headers, Gt3 muffler and tuning by Steve Wong. The suspension includes Bilstein PSS10 coilovers. The wheels are Fifteen52 Outlaw 001s measuring 17 in diameter, and shod with 255 section Toyo R888 rubber at the front, and 355 at the rear. The dark bronze finish of the wheels contrasts the paintwork beautifully. A $10k sound system includes Porsche Classic radio with Bluetooth, touch screen, Alpine subs and more.
With an exhilarating exhaust note, an interior color choice that brings a sense of luxury and retro race styling, and the iconic RWB flares, this fourth Rauh Welt creation in Miami comes together to create a very special one.