It was first shown off at SEMA before its owner took it and modified it some more.
In a video interview about the Hennessey Venom GT, John Hennessey made mention of one particular reason people take their cars to the tuning shop. It’s simple really. Most of the time the owner has owned the car for some time and is then faced with a simple decision: do they trade it in for the newer model that’s marginally better or take the existing car to the tuning shop and turn it into another animal entirely?
The situation is a bit different here because this Porsche 964 was used as a SEMA show car, so it's owners knew what it was destined for in the first place. Still, thehe results are the same because this Porsche has gotten the RWB touch, converting it .
The Porsche tuner is famous for its wide body kits that turn serious-looking German cars into playful but confident machines. This example, based on a 1992 Porsche 911 Carrera 2, is as clean as they come. Painted in a sinister shade of Nardo Grey after getting the full RWB conversion and Work Meister S1 wheels, there’s no hiding this thing in plain sight even with the dark and muted paint. The engine, still the same 3.6-liter flat six mated to a five-speed manual gearbox, sounds sublime when amplified through the OEM exhaust system from a 911 GT3. It’s no wonder our YouTuber in question, Wheelie Cool Videos, has a hard time containing his excitement.