Video: Detailed Shots of Porsche 911 GT1

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The Porsche 911 GT1 is the street legal version of a car that was designed and built for GT1 racing.

We've just found some great video footage of a Porsche 911 GT1 that was taken at the Concours d'Elegance in Antwerp, Belgium. All told, only 25 of these were ever built. The GT1 was originally designed back in the mid-1990s for competition in the GT1 motorsport racing class. Because of racing rules, the German automaker also had to build a street legal version. Power comes from a 3.2-liter twin-turbo flat six with 536hp.

It has a top speed of 193mph and can go from 0 to 62mph in 3.9 seconds. Dubbed the "911 GT1 Streetversion", it weighs a total of just 2,535 pounds. It originally sold for €580,000, but is now valued at over €1 million.

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