Tuner celebrates 50 years of the 911 by transforming 1986 model into an awesome sleeper.
To celebrate the Porsche 911 turning 50, DP Motorsport has taken a 1986 Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera, kept its old school looks and transformed into a lightweight Club Sport racing car. 280 kg was stripped off the car by using lightweight body parts and components, including hardened Perspex windows, for a curb weight of just 905 kg. The totally bare body was then lacquered in metallic rock-green. Performance was boosted to 270 hp and 226 lb-ft of torque courtesy of an enlarged throttle valve, lightened flywheel, two 100 cell catalytic converters and a titanium racing exhaust system.
The 3.2-liter unit is mated to a 5-speed 915 gearbox equipped with a limited slip differential, external cooler and short shift mechanism with extended shift lever. Chassis upgrades include a Bilstein suspension, brakes from a 964 C2, a welded strut brace and 16-inch Fuch rims, while the interior sports 935-style Lollipop-seats with 4-point harness, a roll bar, 350mm sport steering wheel and RS-lightweight carpet. Priced at 89,911 Euros, the 911 Sleeper might not come with power steering, ABS or ESP, but does offer owners the ultimate driving experience.