Porsche 911s pop up for sale all the time. It’s not every day, though, that you see one tuned by the venerable tuner RWB, which is what we have here.
This 1991 Porsche 911 Targa is only the second completed in the United States by RAUH-Welt Begriff, the Japanese aftermarket tuner that specializes in Zuffenhausen’s finest.
As you can see, the white 964 Targa boasts a full widebody kit, including heavily blistered wheel arches, DTM-style aero flicks on the front corners and a pronounced ducktail spoiler. With a five-speed gearbox and rear-wheel drive, it also has a Stage 2 Hakama aftermarket kit, V3 coilover suspension, and 18-inch Floss Designs alloys in a brushed bronze finish, and a thoroughly modern infotainment system with a touchscreen display and backup camera – features that Porsche itself would only offer years later.
With all those mods, RM Sotheby’s anticipates this vintage 911 will sell for a good $100k, give or take five grand, when the hammer drops this coming weekend in Santa Monica. But you can admire the finished product in the high-res image gallery below, courtesy of the auctioneer.