Porsche 911 Sleeper by DP Motorsport

Classic Cars

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.

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