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You’Ve Never Seen a Porsche Like This: 911 RWB Donuts

We can’t all just sit around and wait to see if Porsche introduces the 992 chassis code with the upcoming 911 facelift. Some have better things to do until the rear-engined machine gets is mid-cycle revamp. Things like... baking donuts in a super-rare custom air-cooled 911.
You’Ve Never Seen a Porsche Like This: 911 RWB Donuts 1 photo
This is a 1991 Porsche 911 Turbo, a member of the 964 generation, at the back of which we find a 3.3-liter flat six that delivers 320 hp in stock form. We are not sure if the boxer mill has received custom work, but its factory form is more than enough for such culinary activities.

The party trick here is the body kit though. This is a Rauh-Welt Begriff 911, which means it displays one of the most extreme body kits a Porsche has ever worn outside the track.

RWB is a Japanese tuner that also operates in the US and, as you’ve already figured out, you can tell you are dealing with one of their creations from a block away. The best thing about RWB is that they build each car according to its driver’s needs, so you won’t see two identical ones. And while Rauh-Welt Begriff does serve US Porsche aficionados, the kits come from Japan.

This all makes the footage even more special - think about it and you’ll realise it’s not too often that you see a 911 engaging in such pleasures. The rear-engined coupe is built for precision play and loves grip more than everything else, so it’s very rare for owners to fry its rubber. In this case, the menu includes of a pair of 315 mm tires.

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