Tuner Tuesday: Rauh-WELT Begriff 1994 Porsche 911

Few tuners have popped into the Porsche scene with as much of a splash as Rauh-WELT Begriff. Starting with basically stock bodied 911s, Nakai-san hand makes body kits for these cars seemingly freehand and by eye only. If you’ve watched the video of him performing his work, it’s simply amazing; it reminds me of images I’ve seen of Andy Warhol painting the M1 Procar. That’s high praise, and I think in many ways it’s deserved – the creations Nakai-san envisions are some of the best, most aggressive looking 911s out there. While they may not be to everyone’s taste, one cannot deny the impressive nature of the work when you see the finished product. Today there is a claimed one of one 993 for sale in Britain:

Year: 1994
Model: 911
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 74,000 mi
Price: BGP 84,995 Buy It Now ($135,550 today)

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1994 Porsche 911 RWB on eBay

Built by The International Porsche Tunner Nakai-San himself (owner and founder of RAUH WELT BEGRIFF), Nakai flew over from Japan to build this spectacular creation himself.

993R Rauh Welt Begriff number one, being the only one ever to be built and introduced to the European market and signed off by Nakai as number ONE of ONE.
Complete with Rauh Welt Begriff plaque, this 993R is “Jaw Dropping” to rival RS GT2 GT3 Techart non turbo bodykit.

Featured in numerous Porsche magazines and won 3rd place world wide for best demo car built in 2011 by Speedhunters.
Based on a 993 C2 full Rauh Welt specification: Rauh Welt RWB front bumper: front splitter: front fender: fender extensions: side rockers: rear fender extensions: rear vented bumper: engine cover: engine cover cut out: rear GT wing road race version: RWB performance exhaust pack [993 tips and silencers]: race filter: racing coil over suspension: RWB 3 piece alloy wheels front 10.5×18: rear 13×18: RWB pedals: carbon race seats: entry blends: steering wheel: RS door cards: full alcantara encombed interior: finished in 3 layer pearl Grigo Telesto: air con: Xenons: electric sunroof.

This conversion is the best ever to come from the rauh welt stable and steaped in international fame….

Indeed, if you search out images of RWB cars, this car quickly pops up. The kit looks in large part like the famed GT2 993 Evo, but every bit is custom made which is why the work is so impressive. The color is perfect, the wheels are neat – this car looks ready for Mulsanne without all of the stickers. As an exercise in art, it’s over the top but so wonderful I can’t help but look. Is that wonderful nature worth $135,500? Considering the unique nature of these cars it’s hard to say whether they’ll appreciate like Rufs have, but if you want the look of a RWB right now you’ve got to pay to play.

-Carter

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