Worn-Out Martini Livery Porsche 911 GT3 RS Has Awesome Beater Look

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Battle scars. To our eyes, this is one of the best features a go-fast machine can display. But you can't just hit the track in your brand spanking new Porsche 911 GT3 RS, scratch it and then drive it around like that, can you?
We're here today to give you an alternative to the classic yes/no answer that generally follows questions such as the one above. Just when you thought you had seen it all in terms of Porsche 911 GT3 RS customization, we're bringing you the example in the image gallery below, which does away with all forms of convention.

We're dealing with a Rennsport Neunelfer that sports what can be described as a distressed-look Martini livery, giving us a new take on the Porsche-Martini relationship that has generated so many drivable pieces of eye candy over the years - helmet tip to Redditor K3R3G3 for bringing this story to our attention.

This is a global effort, with the design coming from Californian-based artist Skepple, while the base vinyl being delivered from France. The installation was handled by Stockholm-based specialist WrapZone, as the car belongs to a Swedish customer. As you'll be able to notice in these pics, the Zuffenhausen machine isn't the aftermarket developer's first distressed look vehicle and yet it's definitely the most spectacular one the company has put together so far.

This track weapon started out in life as a White car, but after only a few months of standard life, the machine has reached the state displayed here.

This is the kind of effort that should teach one never to say never, especially when it comes to contraptions such as the GT3 RS. For one thing, it would've been tempting to believe the custom-look-GT3-RS topic is fully covered.

After all, we've brought you tons of such stories, ranging from a Gulf livery incorporating the car's Lava Orange launch color, to an example that received a complete respray, along with some questionable audio mods.

While this kind of visual changes are obviously reversible, we're wondering how many of the 2,000 GT3 RS units Porsche is producing each year will keep their factory look.
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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