Rare Porsche 911 Strosek Widebody Speedster Looks a $160K Bargain

For Sale

One of eight in the world up for sale.

Only eight of these exist in the world, and just three reside in the US. Finished in Guards Red with a red leather interior, this particular Strosek Mega Widebody Speedster is currently up for sale with Exotic Motors Midwest who are asking $159,888 for the beautifully modified 911. Starting life as an already rare 1994 Speedster, it was subsequently given to Strosek who changed almost every single body panel, widened the stance, and fitted new headlamps, a custom suspension and set of 17-inch OZ Racing alloys.

The 3.6-liter flat-six was enhanced to generate 305 hp, with a Strosek exhaust giving it the appropriate soundtrack. Inside, the cabin received a custom tachometer, shift lever and brake handle. With just over 23,000 miles on the clock, this future classic looks a steal. Snap. It. Up.

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