Porsche 911 Modified
- Custom Race Tank
- Factory 16” Fuchs
- Bremtek Racing Brakes
1983 SCRS Rothmans Rally: Based on the 911 SC RS Rothmans Car, which was born out of the need to provide Porsche Group B racecar. The SCRS was based on the earlier 3-litre SC. To satisfy FIA homologation requirements, 20 cars had to be produced, five being assigned to race and the rest sold on as ‘Special Edition’ road cars. We had a 1983 911SC that was in need of a full restoration. We came up with building one of our favorite cars, the Rothman East African Safari 911SCRS. By sourcing some of the best to help assist us in the build, this is our finial product. Running the matching numbers drivetrain:
3.0 Engine rebuilt by: Martins Classic Cars Huntsville, AL
Cams by: Dougherty Camshafts, Special Grind Race Cams for this set up.
Heads by: Ollies Engineering, Ported and Polished
Lightweight Clutch kit 930
Half shafts sent out and Built for Tires and HP
Custom Race Tank
Skid plate built to match the factory built skid plate, built by: Accurate Tool and Die Madison, AL
Front Oil Cooler by: TRE
Body: The body was sent to Vintage Auto Craft in Nashville, TN, where master mind and Pebble Beach / Amelia Island Concours Winning Painter (Tim Marinos) started. He stripped the car from its state of being in a field for the past 20 years. Using our pictures and measurements from the original Rothmans 911SCRS, he laid down some of the best paint with each stripe painted. He custom fabricated the front oil cooler using the factory front bumper. Sourcing the rear lightweight Porsche wing and molding it to the factory deck lid. Going with custom metal work where the crash bumpers inserts were.
Hella Custom Baja 4 light Pod By: TRE
Graphics By: Freddie Louis Auto Accessories Huntsville, AL
Wheels: Factory 16” Fuchs painted. Tires are Snow and Ice Tread
Suspension: Custom made Bilstein Coil overs By: TRE
Brakes: Bremtek Racing
*NOTE: The miles since the build date are estimate to be 100 miles. The miles shown on the odometer of this car are believed to be accurate, yet we do not have sufficient documentation to prove such explicitly, thus this car will be sold TMU (True Miles Unknown).