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Porsche Boxster 986 unique: Extraordinary track tool

An extraordinary Porsche Boxster is currently for sale. However, the conversion without road approval is not exactly cheap.

If you're afraid of stone chips on the windshield, you may have found the car of your dreams here, because this Boxster doesn't have too many windows that a stone could hit. This blatantly remodeled first generation Boxster (986) from the year 2000 is currently for sale at the Belgian dealer Bavaria Motors . It's not clear from the ad who did the conversion, so we'd rather take care of the "here and now". One tabula rasa in the interior, please. Simple toggle switches on carbon, steering wheel and bucket seats from Momo, as well as retrofit instruments and a steel shift lever that rises skywards like a sculpture. No one needs convenience frills such as door panels. Body parts made of carbon and Kevlar are stretched over the steel struts surrounding the driver and front passenger. This means that the Boxster conversion has an unladen weight of just 980 kilos.

9.8 seconds to 200

Air scoops behind the seats supply the engine with that fresh air that the occupants get enough of while driving anyway. The machine does not come from a Boxster, but is nevertheless a related derivation, because it is the 3.6-liter biturbo boxer from the water-cooled 996. From the model year 2001, it delivered 420 hp ex works, in this track tool it sends Six-cylinder at 6,200 revolutions, however, 625 hp to the rear axle. Enough power to reach a speed of 200 km/h from a standing start in 9.8 seconds. It's only over at 325 things, to reach which six gears are shifted through.,

Michelin tires on deep dished 18-inch wheels with central locking ensure contact with the road. A full fall can also be seen in the pictures. While the riveted side skirts still look quite decent, the monster wing attached via a linkage seems almost a little shirt-sleeved, albeit stable. If you like the extravagant appearance, a look into the piggy bank is a must. At around 150,000 euros, the Boxster conversion is anything but a bargain.,

Conclusion

Standing out visually from the competition with a car for the race track is a lot harder than on the road. After all, there are numerous unusual creations on the tracks of this world. This Boxster conversion should probably still succeed in the feat. By the way, not only because of the design, but also because of the performance. With 625 hp, the mid-engine athlete is well equipped for track use.

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