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What It’s Like To Sit Behind The Wheels Of A Fantastic RWB Porsche

Parker Nirenstein of the YouTube channel Vehicle Virgins gives us a first-person perspective of what it’s like to drive a 1991 RWB Porsche. This special edition started as a 1991 Carrera 4 on the 964 chassis but underwent a complete transformation by the legendary Akira Nakai, in collaboration with RDBLA.

The front end of this RWB Porsche is a sight to behold. It features an RSR-style front bumper, updated RWB headlights, and a widened body that’s adorned with meticulously placed handcrafted rivets. It rides on Rotiform wheels and sits on Bilstein suspension for improved handling.

Beneath the massive rear wing, you’ll find a 3.6-liter air-cooled flat-six engine boosted by a full FabSpeed header and exhaust system. RWB Porsches initially faced skepticism from Porsche purists, but Akira Nakai’s vision was to make them look cooler and perform better on the track.

Watch the video to learn more about this build and enjoy some pure RWB Porsche sounds!