1979 Porsche 911 Widebody
Well balanced due to modifications
Here is one of the most fun 1979 Porsche 911 hot rods out there. This Porsche started its life as a standard 911 Carrera which was then converted to a factory metal 930 widebody and received modifications to the motor and drivetrain. These modifications include a PMO carburetor conversion, MSD ignition, nicly serviced modified engine, painted engine trim, AC delete, Momo Prototipo steering wheel, Pioneer head unit, Blaupunkt speakers, Alpine tweeters, Vosstek Pedals, drilled rotors, and Brembo Brakes. When you turn the key you realize this is a very special outlaw with the beautiful symphony that roars from the custom exhaust. Finished in stunning Guards Red and contrasted with black accents such as the RUF 5 spoke wheels. The red and black theme follows through to the interior with the red and black leather seats, black door cards and red piping, and the nice red-faced dials. This is a peppy little Porsche that is going to make you smile every time you start it up.
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