These cars were built in a small series of three pieces of dp-design, which also produce the bodies of Kremer Racing Porsche. Another vehicle is still in Scandinavia, the third party is lost. 
It is not about 944 or Carrera GT body parts, but separate forms, wider than the Porsche 944 and with integrated sill. 
Equipped with a larger turbocharger and original Carrera GT intercooler, Sachs race suspension, Momo steering wheel, boost gauge, racing mirrors, stainless steel exhaust, Sandtler seats and belts, club sport strap. 
BBS wheels with 225/40 18 and 285/30 18 inches. Power up to 250 hp by increasing boost pressure possible. 2012 discovered in a garage in Bern, and now brought back to life, rebuilt and fitted with street legal. 
Judging from the ad, it seems that this dp Motorsport 924 is only one of three made and only one of two known to exist. This car not only screams exclusivity, it's absolutely beautifully put together...and with loads of thought and experience.

I dunno, for roughly ten grand more, you can slide into the cockpit of a genuine Carrera GT. The only problem is that they made more than three of those, so you'd miss out on the bragging rights that go along with a build like this. Great piece of history.



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