The final product will also include GT1 visuals.
The kit starts at $54,935 over the price of the donor 911.
This modern slantose interpretation is on point.
The Porsche 911 Slantnose, or “Flachbau”, is an iconic poster car from the 1980s. The 911 GT1 is another legendary Porsche, this time from the 90s. Both have many things in common including being extremely expensive. For roughly $100,000, you could own a gorgeous custom mashup of both these 911s.
Many might think that $55,000 is a serious bit of change however consider that Porsche’s last tribute to the 935 retailed for $800,000 and are now fetching roughly twice that amount today. Fine, this Crucible Coachworks-built 996 isn’t factory-spec however, based on the videos and images shared by the body shop and an employee on Facebook and Instagram, we’re sold.
Kraws, via Instagram, displays an impressive level of skill and care as he cuts, designs, and builds the 935/GT1’s body components. If this type of customization interests you, we think the shop deserves more attention.
The actual 996 they are working on, car #001, can actually be purchased and further build to your personal specs.