DP Motorsport Rebuilds 1986 Porsche 911 [Photo Gallery]
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Dubbed “Sleeper”, the classic 911 is 280 kilograms (617 pounds) lighter after DP Motorsports removed the paint and the undercoating and added a number of light weight body parts and components, including hardened Perspex windows and perforated hinges and brackets.
The vehicle’s 3.2-liter engine, which is connected to a five-speed box with limited-slip differential, gained some upgrades as well, and now churns a cool 270 HP (199 kW) and 307 Nm (226 lb-ft) thanks to an enlarged throttle valve, a lightened flywheel, ported and flowed cylinder heads, HJS 100 cell catalytic converters and an RSR titanium racing exhaust.
Other enhancements tooled by DP Motorsport include Bilstein shock absorbers, a set of 16-inch Fuchs alloy wheels (a must on a 1980s 911 if you ask us!) and Porsche 935 style Lollipop seats with Williams 4-point harnesses. 935-related anything in a street car? That’s hot!
This metallic rock-green lacquered 911 is available for €89.911, a great price for a unique sportscar.
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