This is The Racers Group's 2012 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car before it gets the sponsorship stickers and flashy paintjob that goes on every racing car. The car is just unboxed, untouched, and just achingly gorgeous.
Kirkham Motorsports usually needs about 30 hours of computer-controlled machining to turn a 383-lb. aluminum billet into a 64-lb. engine block for its self-designed 427. Luckily for manufacturing geeks, they've shortened the process to seven minutes for this video.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison commissioned the fabricators at Kirkham Motorsports to build the ultimate, cost-is-no-object roadster. After years of labor, they've completed the all-billet aluminum Cobra. Click "more" to see them build one of the most spectacular custom cars ever.