Bespoke car builder Gunther Werks presents a new Porsche 993 custom with the 400R. The 993 — which is Porsche’s internal name for the version of the 911 manufactured and sold between late 1993 and early 1998 — is the final air-cooled model of its kind, widely regarded as the last “real” 911.
Gunther’s custom revamp includes new carbon fiber bodywork applied to the fenders, roof and bumpers, in addition to a bespoke wing. The fenders have in turn been widened in order to house larger tires required for the 4.0 liter engine built by Rothsport Racing. The 993’s six-speed transmission then comes courtesy of GETRAG.
18-inch forged raw aluminum wheels further complement the fierce 400R, while the interior welcomes bespoke carbon fiber seats, as well as a carbon fiber parcel shelf replacing the rear seating. The cabin’s colors can then be customized to match any of the 18 exterior paint options.
For a detailed look at Gunther Werks’ impressive Porsche 993 custom, scan through the gallery above.
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