Porsche 992 Sport Classic Looks Stunning In Rubystone Red

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And it's a one-off.

Porsche is an exclusive brand that builds some of the world's most sought-after sports cars, making this Porsche 911 Sport Classic even more special.

This is the first 992 Sport Classic to be finished in Rubystone Red (sternrubin, 82N), and it's a stunner. The Rubystone Red color originated in the 1990s with the 964 Carrera RS, another classic Porsche. The color was brought to life in the new car by Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur, the specialized wing of Porsche design responsible for creating unique vehicles for discerning clients, and this one certainly stands out.

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The Porsche 911 is the most incredible sports car known to man, and adding the Sport Classic title makes it even better.

Those who can remember the Sport Classic from 2009 will remember how cool the special model looked, and now that there's a new one on the block, collectors are salivating. We leaked this special model in April last year, and in those pictures, the Porsche 911 Sport Classic wore a unique shade of gray balanced by lighter gray racing stripes.

This special model also featured a ducktail rear spoiler (an obvious nod to the original car) and Fuchs-style alloy wheels. Only 1,250 units will ever be produced, making this Rubystone red version even more special.

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This specific car also features a black leather interior with white and black tartan seat inserts and wood trim pieces. The exterior has seen the deletion of the traditional heritage design decals for a cleaner look.

Under the hood of the 992 Sport Classic rests a 3.8-liter twin-turbo flat-six engine producing a healthy 542 horsepower. Power is sent to the rear wheels only via a seven-speed manual transmission.

There's no word on who the owner of this one-off car is, but judging by the photos posted by Touch Of Glass Detailing Services, they're one lucky Porsche owner.

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