It exists in the minimum possible number: 1.
Exactly what you see we encountered when unloading. A germ-free, flawless masterpiece that has unique details put together in a unique way and will therefore hardly be repeatable. There is absolutely nothing that can be improved on the vehicle.
A thoroughly defined model athlete who, from the first glance, doesn't have a gram of too much optical effects, but also not a gram too little of the ingredients that make him look so impressive. Only a closer look and a thorough study of the many detailed measures reveal over time how much effort is required to create an automobile that is so impressive even when it is stationary.
To the facts.
This WLS II version, optimized for 520 hp, was installed by the Porsche Center in Kiel, the engine parts came from Rolf Hobi, turbo expert from Switzerland.
The car has all the factory stickers, both the color code identification in the trunk wall, the production sticker on the inside of the trunk lid, and the production sticker in the B-pillar on the passenger side, as well as the engine compartment sticker.
These are the sober renovation measures on the whole.
Hundreds of details have been changed, improved, optimized. To implement this took years of patience, exchange of ideas, correspondence, specialists, masters of their profession, better: Appointed, mostly also spinners in the most positive sense like the owner of this solitaire, who consciously and gladly reach their limits when practicing your craft because only in this way such a vehicle can be created.
With maximum enthusiasm, with passion, clear ideas, visions, limit-free budget to the end and finally a very simply explained taste:
The best is good enough. It doesn't have to be more.
In fact, today we can proudly tell you that we got the sales order for this unique piece. For all important economic aspects, it is very important to the owner and ourselves to find a worthy successor who appreciates all the years of work, research, the craftsmanship in total of all work, and finally at least a fraction of the financially significant expenses ,
The reward for this is a 993 Turbo, where you inevitably come across the question when you look at it for a long time: Why didn't Porsche build it the same way?
Here too there is a relatively simple answer: it would have been priceless if the work had taken such many details into account. With our many years of experience and a truly solid network of good craftsmen in all areas of work on enthusiast vehicles, we certainly don't know anyone who would sign to be able to deliver a vehicle of this very high level of craftsmanship. "State of the art". In addition to the question of price and ability, this is also a question of patience. Last but not least,
but above all unconditional will and stringent claim not to accept any compromises.
From the beginning to the end. Whatever it takes time, nerves and money - NO COMPROMISE.
Also the question that arises again and again, despite all enthusiasm, whether there should be legitimate doubts about the value retention and the desirability of a non-“original” Porsche despite the technical perfection, harmonious assembly of all the above-mentioned components for this solitaire at the end of the day. you can basically answer yourself:
Just clear your head and ask yourself: “Do I like the car the way I see it now? Does he convince me in every way, both technically and optically? And, very importantly, would I have wished for it this way - or nearly so, if I had had the choice? ”
If you can answer these questions personally with "yes", there is only one final question to answer: Do you really think you are alone in your opinion of this automotive work of art?