Unique Porsche 911 (996) for the Porsche Club of America
As exclusive as the Porsche looks today, it all started with simplicity. In a plain black livery, it sat in poor condition at the dealership in Columbia, Virginia, and was flown across the Atlantic to Stuttgart shortly thereafter. Today the car is unrecognizable.
Design: Many visual aspects are reminiscent of the 911 Sport Classic
The 911 Club Coupe stands on black 18-inch forged wheels, which are intended to be reminiscent of the famous Fuchs rims. A badge on both fenders with the signature “Classic Series” indicates the exclusivity of the car.
Interior: Seats and steering wheel are made of woven leather
The PCA insisted on making some matching accessories. This includes, for example, the vehicle key, which is painted the same color as the vehicle and comes in a leather case. Or the tool bag, which is made of braided leather with a houndstooth pattern to match the interior.
Engine: Technically, the 911 got a lot from the GT3
Technically, the Porsche 911 Classic Club Coupe is very similar to the second-generation GT3. He has 381 hp and a 3.6 liter displacement. The 911 also has the chassis and brakes from the GT3.
The club chose the Porsche 911 (Type 996) for this project because it was wrongly overshadowed by the other 911s and they wanted to prove the opposite with this customized car.