Up for auction is a bespoke, 1995 Porsche 993 with the extremely desirable RWB conversion package. RWB (Rauh-Welt Begriff) Porsche customizer, Akira Nakai, creates some of the most recognizable cars in the world. The cars are so interesting and badass that they are featured on Instagram posts with unmatched frequency. The wide fenders and massive wings come together to form a unique and sinister looking beast.
The vehicle offered here underwent the RWB conversion in May of 2016 under the commission of the previous owner in San Mateo, CA at Fatlace. The owner chose a desirable 993 variant of the 911 as the donor car and started with an accident-free coupe that now shows 104,316 on the odometer. The car was stripped to bare metal in preparation for the build. During the process, a sunroof delete was executed keeping with the overall serious, racecar vibe of the RWB. The color choice for the build is this stunning Liquid Metal Metallic.
Much attention went into the cockpit and once inside you will find many tasteful enhancements that compliment this RWB package perfectly. The owner went for a track-inspired vibe, starting with the rear seat delete and new Recaro Pole Position seats up front. Black leather covers the seats while Alcantara drapes the dash, door panels, and headliner. Other features are the Alcantara wrapped steering wheel, inclusion of Rennline trim pieces and red RS door straps. This all ties in to create a feel that is very unique even among other 911’s.
Power comes from a 3.6 liter air-cooled flat-six and is delivered to the rear wheels via the ultra-desirable 6-speed manual gearbox. The seller states that the car is in excellent running condition and that this month the car was just serviced with fluids, new spark-plugs, and a new battery in preparation of the sale. It is disclosed that a warning light is displayed on the dash due to the deletion of the retractable spoiler and sunroof. The seller also mentioned that the odometer stopped working roughly 7 days prior to the auction and that he has the car registered as a classic vehicle due to the fact that it will require some work to pass a smog test. During the recent service, he was informed that there was approximately 5,000 miles of life left on the clutch.
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The sale will include a clean Carfax, 2 keys, and a clear title.