1995 Porsche 911 Rauh-Welt Begriff #1

The sudden impact and influence of Nakai-san’s hand-crafted Porsche creations is both impressive and perhaps unprecedented. In part, that’s thanks to the proliferation of new media sources; go back to the 1980s, and no matter how cool his cars were it would have been much more difficult for him to become a name that most enthusiasts seem to know these days. We also live in a world which both is losing hand-crafted expertise but also celebrates it as the incredible skill it is. The cars he creates are racing inspired – a whole culture that exists in Japan but is undoubtedly taken to a much higher level by RWB. Stretched and slammed, the RWB cars are each unique but share heritage that resembles the racing 911 Turbo and GT2 models. They’re beyond replicas of race cars, though, defining their own unique identity. Not everyone likes the look, but nearly all can appreciate the attention to detail and incredible craftsmanship that goes into these cars:

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Year: 1995
Model: 911 Carrera 2
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 66,324 mi
Price: $139,999 Buy It Now

RWB/RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF is a Porsche tuner located in Japan.
RWB has combined Japanese and Euro tuning elements,
creating the distinct RWB style for Porsche chassis.
Starting off as a small countryside body-shop in Chiba-Ken,
RAUH-Welt 911’s are now a common sight on both the streets and racing circuits of Japan.

Nakai-san has revitalized interest in the air-cooled community with his unique design along with custom touches for his clients. RWB is not just a body-kit manufacturer but a creator of custom air-cooled Porsches.

RWB kits are made in Japan and built with racing influences. Each kit is created and hand crafted by Nakai-san himself. This ensures that every client is given the time and personal touches expected by Rauh-Welt Begriff.

Donor Car

STARTED WITH A SUPER CLEAN PORSCHE 993 C2 PURCHASED FROM GT AUTO LOUNGE

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Custom Fabrication Work

CHECK OUT THE AMAZING ATTENTION TO DETAIL WITH THE CUSTOM EXHAUST AND ROLL CAGE MADE BY UNIQUE FABRICATION

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Build Photos from The Event

OVER 150+ PHOTOS FROM THE RWB LOS ANGELES MEET AND GREET AT LTMW
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KEY FEATURES:
– First Car built in Los Angeles Serial #1 signed and documented by Akira Nakai
– Latest Project by World Renowned Car Builder Vincent Wong of iForged Wheels
– Painted by the World Famous LT Motorwerks in El Monte California
– Rated Top 10 Wheels at SEMA 2014 by Motor Trend
– One of the lowest mileage Rauh Welt RWB Cars in the World
– One of the most photographed Rauh Welt RWB Cars in the World
– SEMA 2014 Booth Car iForged

EXTERIOR:
– Rauh Welt 15pc widebody kit hand crafted and installed by Akira Nakai
– Full Respray to BASF Porsche Riviera Blue by World Famous LT Motorwerks in El Monte California
– Porsche OEM Clear Corners
– Porsche OEM Third Brake Light Rear Window Spoiler

ENGINE:
– Custom Race Exhaust with X Pipes and 200 Cell Cats Built by Unique Fabrication
– Custom Exhaust Tips designed to Rauh Welt rear bumper
– Rennline Billet Engine Covers [RED]
– Reseal at 65588 miles

INTERIOR:
– Porsche OEM Race Momo Steering Wheel
– Porsche OEM Carbon Fiber Shift Knob
– Porsche OEM TE Equipment Handbrake-
– Recaro Pole Position Leather Seats x2
– Macht Schnell Seat Brackets x2
– Custom Roll Cage Built by Unique Fabrication
– Rennline Floor Boards
– Rennline Pedals
– Takata Harness and Takata Pads x2
– B&M Short Shifter
– Brushed Gauge Trims
– Brushed Keyhole Trim

SUSPENSION AND BRAKES:
– KW V3 Coilovers
– Stoptech ST40 Yellow Calipers with 355×32 Cross Drilled Rotors [Front]
– Stoptech ST40 Yellow Calipers with 332×32 Cross Drilled Rotors [Rear]
– Porsche OEM M030 Sway Bars

WHEELS AND TIRES:
– Concave by iForged Icon Wheels 3 Piece finished in 2 stage Brushed with Charcoal Clear Finish
– 18×11 Front and 18×13.5 Rear
– Pirelli Corsa Tires 265/35/18 Front and 335/30/18 Rear

PHOTOS BY TYLER LEE OF CARNINJA:

This particular example looks quite stunning in blue; I believe it’s Riviera but I’m sure a better eye could correct me. The pieces are all top-notch and well done though I think the car holds a greater impact without stickers. Like the last RWB 993 I wrote up, the asking price seems pretty staggering until you consider what that amount buys you in the 911 world these days. Personally, if anything I think these cars are worth the same amount as any Ruf – roughly where they are priced. They may not have the name recognition or extreme performance, but the essence of the desire to build the ultimate Porsche is still there – and the look is out of this world. I think the Porsche world will look back on these modified cars as something very special in the future – perhaps even more special than the mainstream tuners.

-Carter

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5 Comments

  1. Definitely very unique but the buyer will have to be unique too. Obviously there is sort of following of these cars but for that money I’d rather have stock and unmolested 964 3.6.

  2. I’ve seen/witnessed more of these than I care to remember, absolutely not in the same league as Ruf. Attended this years Tokyo Auto Salon a couple days ago, the whole ‘over fender’ movement has taken on a life of its own. From Rocket Bunny Toyota 86s to Kato-san’s Liberty Walk Aventador (his SEMA Jeep magnet Ferrari 458 was on hand too).

  3. I absolutely love RAUH-WELT. If I had the means, I would take this off of the market in a heartbeat.

    Oddly, I’m not a fan of Liberty Walk or other tuners/modifiers. Perhaps its the documentaries and interviews with Nakai-san that have made me respect him and his work so much.

  4. the expression of “if you live long enough you see just about everything”…
    what we have here is basically a “tarted up” standard 993C2…..with all show and no real motor-work to speak of…not to mention the “accident-issue” reported on the vehicle…..
    for his ask and if you want a “unique” Porsche…look to a Walker 911…or even the above listed 930 is a better buy….for me at least… I don’t doubt the guys passion and skill…but sorry I’m not his buyer for sure
    color could be Riv or Mexico….

  5. In my opinion, Rauh Welt can keep hacking up cars— it just makes my box-stock 993 that much more valuable.

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