The air-cooled Porsche market is bonkers, with pristine examples going for big money. But if you prefer something with a bit more flair and, well, big ass flares, then this 1991 Carrera 2 Targa by RWB is for you.

Porsche 964s modified by Japanese tuner RAUH-Welt Begriff are certainly polarizing in the Porsche community. It’s not hard to see why. This particular car is the second RWB model completed in the US and it comes with the requisite massive body kit, a V3 coil-over suspension and 18-inch brushed bronze wheels by Floss Designs.

The interior is mostly unchanged except for the addition of a custom sound system with a touchscreen display and a backup camera. I mean if you are going to go crazy with the modifications on an old Porsche, you might as well be able to blast some good tunes and have an easier time parking.


The RWB 911 will hit the auction block this Saturday at RM Sotheby’s in Santa Monica and is estimated to sell for about $100,000.