This Is How You Restore a Track-Ready Porsche 935 to Former Glory
Looks what's lurking behind door no. 1 ...
The oil-stained virtuosos over at Cool & Vintage recently decided to take a break from their regularly scheduled programming — chauffeuring models around in vintage Land Rovers, mostly — to pay a visit to the German garage of their friend and fellow adrenaline fiend Tony Vos. Birds of a feather, as they say.
There, Vos introduced them to his
Blue Whale (5 images)
It’s a 935 erected from a 1970s racing-special 911 RSR Turbo, a car that peaked in the ’80s at heats like Norisring, ADAC 1000km Rennen, Hockenheim, Mainz Finthen and the
Together, Vos and Prosten are expertly meddling with the Blue Whale in a quiet shop near Cologne. On the parts list: a six-cylinder 3.3-liter single turbo engine that should boost the ponies up to somewhere between 500 and 650. That’s double what she pumped out in ’72, FYI.
Expect it to hit the track some time next year.
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