The Porsche 911 GT3 being developed by German performance car tuners 9ff, is said to be getting closer to the finish line of its development, this car is being developed for one reason and one reason only, take on the top speed of the Buggati Veyron. In case there is anyone who does not know what the speed is, this is it 407 km per hour, a huge task indeed, or is it?
9ff the small team of mechanics based in Dortmund, Germany, are working hard on the Porsche 911 GT3 and apparently even have an interested party who is willing to pay up the 476,000 euros which is the asking for this car, although it is believe that the Arab gentleman is only willing to pay up, if and when the car touches the magical 407 km per hour.
The car, which started off as a Porsche 911 GT3 has been virtually stripped down to the bare minimum of what, is needed, in some cases parts have been replaced by carbon fiber parts and it is believed that there is some wood thrown in for good measure. While the body has been widened by thirty centimeters and has been lowered by twelve centimeters.
9ff will be building just twenty of these cars, which amounts to a nice pile of cash. However we have to wonder when the first one will be seen on the internet either touching the 400 plus kph or looking like it has just come out of the car crusher.
Source [Zer Customs]