Video: Porsche 911 965 by RWB Constructed, Looks Great


The RWB Porsche 911 widebody kit is one of the most aggressive packages available for the classic German sports car.

RAUH-Welt Begriff has just released a making-of video of their Porsche 911, the 965. In the video, you see the old, standard wheels and unfinished product, while the photos attached to this article depict the real thing.

This is the first RWB outside of Japan and it doesn't disappoint. It will make its official debut at the 2011 SEMA Show later this week. The Porsche features new front and rear fascias, front and rear fenders and a huge racing wing. One of the builders comments that when he first saw the Porsche 911's widebody kit he knew that it was the right spec for him. Turns out that it's the right spec for us too, as the RWB Porsche 911 looks amazing as it tears up the road. He continues in the video, saying "It got deep wheels. It's look mean and raw." Yes, yes it does.

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