This Ultra-Rare Kremer 911 Is One of the Raddest 1980s Tuner Porsches Around04/16/2020
There’s no shortage of Porsche 911 tuner shops. Whether you want a purpose-built race car or a rally car for the road, dozens, if not hundreds of specialty shops will happily take your money in exchange for more speed and more personalization. Most of them, though, don’t have a Le Mans title under their belt. That’s why you need this Kremer-built 930 911.
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See, Kremer wasn’t built around adding a turbocharger to your stock car and tossing you back the keys. Founded by brothers Erwin and Manfred Kremer in Cologne, Kremer Racing focused on building fully race-prepped versions of Porsches. Its products competed directly with Porsche-built race cars, including the 911-Turbo based Porsche 935s that competed in Le Mans 1979. But none of them could keep up with the mighty Kremer 935 K3, which took first place in the 24-hour race.
Eventually, the company’s success in motorsports led them to build modified street cars like this authentic Kremer Street 3.5L 930. It features a 3.5-liter turbocharged engine, custom exhaust system, upgraded motorsports-sourced sway bars, a limited-slip differential, and a half cage. It sat in a garage for 18 years of its life, only to be resurfaced and brought back to life.
Now, it’s for sale for $165,000 on eBay. That may not be cheap, but with such a rich history and not too many examples left, you’re not likely to find one for less. Plus, with its bright red paint, gold wheels, and lowered body, you’ll have the coolest 930 around.
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