Porsche 911 Rat Rod Arrives at the Castle with Front-Mounted Big Block

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Remember when we first showed you the Porsche 911 rat rod we have here? That was almost two years ago, but the thing still doesn't look less shocking, whether it stands still or it is on the move.
After all, we're dealing with a Neunelfer that has been given the rat rod treatment. And the modifications that involve the body and the suspension aren't even the most extreme found on this contraption.

Instead, that title goes to the relocation of the engine. So while the rear compartment that used to accommodate the flat-six heart of this 964-gen Porscha is now empty, the engine can be found up front.

In the process, the boxer mill was left behind, since the beast is now animated by a big block. Of course, this means the aural side of the vehicle is just as spicy as the visual one, with the sheer idle soundtrack being enough to draw tons of attention.

However, while the previous presentation of this Porscha was a static one, this time around we get to see the machine playing on gravel. The stunt took place in France, probably at the same location that saw this Porsche drifting on the grass.

Danton Arts Kustoms is the French shop behind the build, with this having a fetish from turning automotive icons into chopped monsters.

You see, this Neunelfer isn't the only star that was given such a transformation. For instance, here's a Lamborghini Espada that suffered the same fate.

And, by the looks of it, these aren't replicas, as we seem to be dealing with the real deal - we'll remind you the same can't be said about the Liberty Walk Lamborghini Miura, with the Japanese tuner fitting a widebody kit to a kit car posing as a Miura.

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