From Japanese motorhouse RWB, behold the “#1 Mignonette Green.”
It's their very first custom Porsche 911 Turbo.
Shabby, it is not.
Created by RWB founder and chief customizer Akira Nakai back in 1990, the tough little cookie has toured all up and down the global show-car circuit, with appearances at SEMA and Rennsport Reunion among its recent stops. But now, it's up for grabs to anyone with $219,888 burning a hole in their pocket.
Caveat emptor, though: this ride's a bit of an acquired taste. Porsche purists don't really take kindly to this level of overhaul; some would even go so far as to tell you to “hide” your Porsches from the potential “rape” that RWB will inflict upon the ride.
And, OK, we admit: it's loud. But, at least in our opinion, not obnoxiously so. It's a Porsche, after all — who needs subtlety?
The car is made to reflect the legendary Porsche 930, from the big ol' statement wheels (and the flared wheelhouse that covers them), to the slick ‘n’ silly Stratton Motorsports turbo ducktail, to the rather conspicuous intercooler that manages the temperature of the turbocharged 3.6-litre, flat-six engine.
So — to each their own.
But we think this Turbo is the straight hot sex fire.