When Porsche take the covers off one of their hardcore RS models, the last thing on your mind would be I wonder what it would look like in Cabriolet form right? Well for Wicked Motor Work, the GT3 RS styling needed to be matched with the open-top experience.
Before the Porsche purists and lovers get their knickers in a knot, this is not a GT3 RS but rather a heavily modified 911 Carrera S Cabriolet.
It has had over $200,000 spent on it to convert it to a “GT3 RS” Cabriolet and it is currently up for sale if this is something that entices you.
The listing states that all of the exterior parts from a real GT3 RS have been used which includes both front and rear bumpers, rocker panels, quarter panels, louvered front fenders, exhaust diffusers, hood, centre-exit exhaust, rear wing, side air intakes, and a host of carbon fibre parts. The “GT3 RS” also sits on a set of HRE wheels measuring 20-inches up front and 21-inches at the back.
If you are expecting the GT3 RS performance, you will be a little bit disappointed as the car retains its 3.9-litre naturally-aspirated flat-six delivering 400 horses.
It is certainly not hard to look at but what are your thoughts on this project?