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CARRERA 3.2 SUPERSPORT
In 1984, Porsche introduced the M491 option. Officially called the Supersport, it was commonly known as the “Turbo-look”. It was a style that resembled the Porsche 930 Turbo with wide wheel arches and the distinctive ‘tea tray’ tail. The engine in this model was the Carrera 3.2ltr normally aspirated unit. It featured the stiffer turbo suspension, the superior turbo braking system as well as the wider wheels and luxurious turbo interior. Very limited production numbers resulted from it’s substantial cost; with only 230 RHD cars being made in 1988, it has become a highly collectible and desirable car among enthusiasts.
Ron’s stunning marine blue example has just undergone a complete restoration by our team here at Ktec Autohaus back to full delivery spec along with a complete air-con system install for our hotter conditions here in Western Australia.
JOE & DANIEL RICCIARDO'S 912/6 OUTLAW
As featured in GT Porsche Magazine.
KTEC/COAST CYCLES SAFARI
We teamed up with the crew from Coast Cycles and put together our take on the iconic 911 Safari. We started with a stock 1984 3.2 Carrera, and rebuilt it into a 911 that doesn’t just look the part, this car can take the beating dished out to it in the dirt by Coast Cycles founder Jansen Tan! Enjoy the video below from our two days of testing in the hot, dry and dusty conditions of outback Western Australia!
ROB'S 911 HOT ROD BUILD
This guards red 911 started out as a mid-seventies G-Series 911. The owner’s name is Rob Slater. We bought the car years ago now and originally built it up as an early lightweight R replica for Rob to compete in tarmac rallies with long-term mate and fellow Porsche nut Richard. This car’s done a lot of events over the years, but when Rob stepped up into a later model GT3, we decided to give her a birthday and set it up more as a cool little outlaw that would be fun to drive on the weekends. We cleaned up the body and went back to the stock early 911 guards. We took the roll cage out and put in some period seats and trim. Suspension-wise, we lowered it and now its running bigger torsion bars and adjustable sway bars with Bilstein shocks. We are running 17″ Fuchs replica rims. The engine is a single plug 3.0ltr with 964 cams and PMO carbs. We kept the rally exhaust because it sounds too damn good! The gearbox is a 915 with LSD and ratios.
With sticky R-spec tyres fitted the plan now is to just enjoy driving the car and not worry about a couple of stone chips. There’s no stereo, it’s stiff, it’s noisy, the gearbox is hard work, but man is it fun to drive!