Driven is excited to consign this very special 1986 Porsche Kremer
930. Kremer Racing is a motorsports team based in Cologne, Germany,
founded by racing driver Erwin Kremer and his brother Manfred. The
brothers applied their love and knowledge of motorsports to
establish a racing team and garage focused on preparing Porsches
for competition. Founded in 1962, Kremer Racing would go on to play
an integral role in Porsche's triumphant motorsports history-both
independently and, on occasion, as a factory-backed team. From the
start Kremer helped service and build some of the fastest 911s,
914s, and 934s with a great deal of success. And with the
introduction of Porsche 935, the company would go on to gain
international fame. They did so by beating Porsche in their own
back yard by winning the 1979 24 hours of Le Mans. Kremer racing
continued to build their motorsports legacy with the 935 and
although primarily focused on competition, Kremer did offer
performance upgrades for street cars owned by fans that didn't
think their 930s were sporty enough. Driven's 1986 930 has had all
of Kremer's massaging and parts thrown at it. The astute eye will
first notice the differences in bodywork; The Kremer inscribed
mirrors; RS like front bumper; the special Kremer decklid; and, the
ventilated rear bumper. On the inside there's a Kremer Racing LED
Ladedruck boost gauge, power sunroof, power mirrors, and a Kremer
mechanical boost adjuster.
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