Cam Shaft Gives 9ff Porsche 911 Celebratory Wrap


The most iconic of all liveries is the perfect wrap to celebrate the 911’s 50th birthday.

Car-wrapping specialist Cam Shaft has given the 997-gen Porsche 911 Turbo a special foliation in order to celebrate the 911’s 50th anniversary and has gone with the iconic orange and blue Gulf livery that once adorned the Porsche 917K, Ford GT40 and other racing thoroughbreds. The two-tone retro body wrap comes in at 3,500 Euros for the complete wrap. There’s more than meets the eye with this particular 911 Turbo, however.

Prior to the wrap it first passed through the hands of 9ff who added a new exhaust, larger air intercooler, air filter, and adapted electronics. As a result, output has been upped to 650 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque, with 0-62 mph dropping to 3.8 seconds. Chassis upgrades come in the form of a new set of OZ-Ultraleggera alloys, Bilstein height-adjustable suspension, while the interior has been upgraded with bucket seats.

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