This beautiful 1969 Porsche 911T fitted with an Air Design RSR-style body kit and covered with a crisp Mexico Blue paint finish with removable Hawaiian Tropic graphics that resemble George Dyer’s 1977 12 hour of Sebring winning Carrera RSR race car. Modifications completed under previous ownership include a full roll cage, three air jacks, turbo brakes, and ERP 935 style heim-joint suspension and more most recently completed in 2015. This magazine cover featured tribute 911 is powered by a modified 3.6-liter flat six claimed to be from a 1995 993 installed in 2003 and refreshed in 2017. The dyno tested power is put to the pavement through a 915 transaxle with a limited slip differential. Additional modifications of many are double adjustable coil-over shocks with remote reservoirs, adjustable sway bars, OMP racing seats, removable steering wheel, fire suppression system, two remote oil coolers and five-point harnesses in each seat. This Porsche is presented with 4 sets of wheels, extra Kirkey racing seats and air jack coupler. This street legal work of art can be enjoyed both on the road and on the track as well as a center piece of any collection.