How About A 1988 RWB Porsche 911 To Brighten Up Your Weekend?

If you want to make a statement in a 1988 Porsche 911, there’s no better way to do it than with an example modified by RWB. The following example, currently for sale on Bring A Trailer, is one of the most stylish we’ve come across.

As with other RWB creations, the car started out life like any other Porsche 911 Carrera from its period. However, four years ago, the car’s current owner decided to transform it with a bespoke wide bodykit from RWB.

To complement the flared arches, the car now includes a black front lip spoiler, blacked-out headlights, a large ducktail rear spoiler, 18-inch Forgestar wheels, and some customary RWB stickers. The 911 was also repainted in Guards Red by LTMotorwerks in California. Helping to achieve the stanced look are KW V3 coilovers, aftermarket torsion bars, and RSR-style Tarett drop-link front and rear sway bars.

It’s not just the exterior which has benefited from a host of upgrades. Much love and care has been spent sprucing up the cabin. There are TRE seats trimmed in red tartan, a Wevo billet short shifter, Momo Mod-7 steering wheel, and red tartan trimming on the door panels, underside of the dashboard, and throughout the rear of the cabin.

Little has been done to the 911’s air-cooled 3.2-liter flat-six engine meaning it continues to pump out 217 hp and remains coupled to a G50 5-speed manual transmission powering the rear wheels. The car recently had its clutch slave cylinder, transmission output shaft seal, shift rod seal, oil pressure, and oil level sensors all replaced.

At the time of writing, the highest bid for the car was sitting at $115,000.

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  • Bo Hanan

    I am afraid of what I might do for a chance to own this car. –

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