Porsche 911 Carrera Resto-mod RSR specification 1986£179995 - POA

Porsche 911 Carrera Resto-mod RSR specification 1986£179995 - POA


  • Colour
  • Interior Trim
    Black with houndstooth orange check
  • Mileage
    350 Since full Rebuild
  • Body Style
    2 Door Coupe
  • Transmission
  • Engine Capacity
  • Fuel Type
  • Bhp


Stunning Porsche 911 Carrera Resto-mod RSR specification 1986

This Porsche 911 Reimagined is a superb custom creation, which boasts a truly eye-catching specification, and which has been used sparingly since the build. It has exceptional attention to detail, blending classic styling and modern mechanicals, and with the powerful flat-six and stunning bodywork giving it remarkable outright pace. This represents one of one immaculate re-imagined 1986 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR specification thats had many thousands of hours of Restoration & Completely bespoke design to the very highest standard.  Workmanship Must be seen to be appreciated and in todays market examples such as this cost well over 500k.


An original German Supplied car which went to Japan for several years and then back to the UK.  This Porsche 911 Resto-mod was built by an award-winning restoration team. Originally built in March 1986, this is an original lefthand drive G-Series body, which was launched in ‘73 just before the 930 Turbo and developed to conform to the latest US crash test regulations. It was to undergo a comprehensive nut-and-bolt restoration over many years to bespoke specification until it was finally registered on 1st June 2019.  Once completely stripped, the bare shell was dipped, hand-rolled steel wide arches fitted, to RSR specification.

The rust-free body was strengthened and diligently prepared. The shell was finished using an 8-step paint process and painted in Porsche GT3 Grau schwarz. A centre fill fuel tank in the forward luggage compartment together with a handmade, themed cap was installed. A ducktail/964 electric spoiler controlled from the cabin was fitted. The door handles mirrored the theme on the fuel tank cap and that same theme is subtly repeated throughout the car. With the addition of a one-off composite front bumper and splitter, an RSR-style rear bumper and to the rear, a fully rebuilt 3.2 litre engine running 964 cams with 46IDA (triple carb) PMO (USA) carburettors with K&N filters and hats. Turn the key and the MSD ignition and BK racing distributor fire. The cylinders are fully rebuilt and relined with machine work carried out by Redtek, assembly by Wrightune and tested on the BS Motorsport dynamometer. The headers are straight through units with all oil lines braided with a front fender cooling fan. It has a 915 gearbox (5-speed), fully rebuilt running a Wevo (USA) shifter and linkage and pushing out 231hp or 223.4 ft-lb torque. The engine was designed with a flat torque curve, unlike the original with its heavy inertia. This iteration reaches 209ft-lb at 3200rpm, versus the original which needed to climb to 4800rpm to reach the same, 209 ft-lb. These modifications result in a much freer and more responsive engine.  The vehicle retains that charming characteristic Porsche air cooled sound, complemented by a M&K (USA) GT3-style muffler with minimal baffle and a block-off butterfly valve controlled from the cabin to muffle sound in RH tip should you require.   The engine bay itself is smoothed and lacquered with all fixings removed or hidden, including the wiring harness and coil. The engine and gearbox all use Clubsport rubber compounds for mountings and bushes, much care and testing were undertaken to find the perfect blend of bushings and mountings throughout the car. The front discs are converted to Rebel Racing products (USA) and enlarged to 28mm x 318mm at the front with 996 calipers and braided lines with the rear running 996 calipers and discs. Naturally, Zuffenhaus (USA) three-piece 17” Fuchs wheels can be found in each corner with 9” and 11” frosted finish, anodised rims and Toyo Proxes R1R tyres.

The suspension takes the form of Bilstein HD Sport dampers and inserts with one-off machined and leathered front strut brace with themed fixed mounts. Through-body Elephant Racing (USA) hollow front and rear adjustable sway bars are fitted and anodized to match the colour theme. The torsion bars are 21mm at the front and 27mm to the rear with geometry set up for fast-road use by Northway Porsche. The headlamps are HID units with a high output alternator. Air conditioning is all electric and mounted in the luggage compartment with a modern fuse box with blade fuses. Heating is via an electric heater hidden in the luggage bay and piped into the cabin.



The interior design was too create a real sense of occasion but with a very fashionable feel to it, simply a nice place to sit and enjoy. The seats are lollipop style, one-off houndstooth check colour and size of design, a bespoke material created for the builder by Achtung Kraft (USA). The centre console is also bespoke with twin stitch and a themed compartment with a re-modelled, more simple, dashboard sporting all new clocks; colour coded and calibrated. The doors and panels carry bespoke quarter cards with an alcantara glovebox, handles and headliner and complete with remote central locking.

The footwells are handmade wool carpet and mats piped in leather and one-off houndstooth check. The rear seats have been converted and boxed to house JL sub-speaker and MSD (USA) sparkbox. The steering wheel is a classic design as used on many iconic 1960s and 1970s cars with a double-wrapped, thick leather rim.

There is also a Bluetooth stereo in a hidden compartment with the electric heater and the a/c controls. The JL amplifier is a three-channel unit with sub-woofers and themed removable covers. This has been made with no expense spared and beautifully put together.  accompanying hard backed build book; a history documenting the car from arrival right through to the finished result including the shell in bare metal so detail can be examined.


Comes with Bespoke houndstooth style luggage bag with matching style

Accompanying this wonderful car is a  hard backed build book; a history documenting the car from arrival right through to the finished result including the shell in bare metal so detail can be examined.

Import documents in file

Chassis number   WP0ZZZ91ZDS101033

Engine number    63E04874



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