It's the 7th model founder Akira Nakai built, and it was his ride in the US.
Built in 1989, with extensive modifications carried out over its lifespan, what you're looking at is the 7th ever Rauh-Welt Begriff Porsche. For those who aren't familiar with the brand, RWB is a Porsche tuner located in Japan guilty of creating some of the wildest Porsche creations you can find. RWB started as a small country-side body shop and has now evolved into a cult name amongst Porsche lovers in Japan and beyond.
The car in question is a 1989 Porsche 911 that was built to be the US-based ride of RWB's founder Akira Nakai. Created by Akira Nakai himself with help from C2 Design in Florida and imported by Bulletproof Automotive, it features all hand-smoothed fenders and looks mean as hell with every inch of it flared and muscular.
The exterior features a custom body kit built by Akita Nakai and there are no rivets on display here; it's all smooth. The Work wheels get polished lips and colored center caps and were completed in 2018. In the same year, the car received a full paint correction and ceramic coating, as well as a new front and side lip, and custom Bi-Xenon headlights.
The suspension setup includes Aragosta coilovers with Bulletproof Automotive air cups, an Elephant racing GT3 front cross-member and lower control arms, as well as a rear torsion delete and Elephant racing bladed sway bar. The interior features upgraded Recaro sport seats, custom audio, and updated upholstery.
Under the engine cover lies a 3.0-liter flat-six motor that sends approximately 300 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels via a five-speed manual transmission. The engine has seen some extensive work: in 2018 the stock 930 turbo was rebuilt by Boost Lab and was at the receiving end of new belts, fluids, a new distributor cap, plug wires, and more. Unfortunately, we don't know what this car is going for, but if you're interested head to Elfer Spot to make some inquiries.