Dropdead Gorgeous 1991 Porsche 911 Targa RWB For Sale

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This Porsche 964 Targa RWB is finished in Grand Prix White over black leather interior. It is the very first RWB Targa built for the US. RWB RAUH-Welt Begriff (RWB) combines both European and Japanese tuning to create a very unique style of Porsche. This particular example is real and authentic, hand-built by the RWB founder himself, Akira Nakai, in Los Angeles, it is the second RWB car made in the US. It features the Stage 2 Hakama RWB kit. After installation of the custom equipment, the car was repainted in the OEM color of Grand Prix White.

Not only were the aesthetics of this car put together with the highest of standards, but the drivetrain was also refreshed during the build. It’s equipped with a 3.6-liter 6-cylinder engine and a 5-speed manual transmission. It also has KW V3 coilover suspension, custom-built brushed bronze 18″ wheels finished by Floss Designs wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires.

Other features include a dual-exit exhaust system, newer interior pieces such as seats, rear door panels, and rear deck, as well as a removable black hardtop. It has an $8,000 custom sound and alarm system. The sound system includes a 900-watt, 5-channel JL Audio amplifier, two 10″ JL Audio subwoofers mounted behind seats, and an Alpine Appleplay touchscreen head unit with Focal speakers. The Computech Drone alarm system has a fob and GPS/phone app to track the car’s location as well as open the doors.


Other interior features include a color rearview camera, power windows, power seats, air-conditioning, and Porsche floor mats. It recently received a new clutch master cylinder/slave and shift bushings and new brake rotors and pads. It got new air conditioning hoses/belt/recharge as well as valve adjustment/gasket. Please note the last few pictures depict the Magnus Walker Momo steering wheel and the new door panels that have been installed.

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