How much does it cost to own an RWB?

How much does it cost to own an RWB?

Owning an RWB is not cheap, and owners can spend well into the six-figure sums to build the perfect car to owners’ specification. The 997 kit will cost $24,000 plus shipping taxes etc.

What model of Porsche is RWB?

there are a number of RWB kits or RWB body styles available across 4 Porsche 911 platfoms – the 930, 964 and the 993 and the latest being the Porsche 997.

What does RWB do to a Porsche?

RAUH-Welt Begriff, better known as “RWB” in the Porsche community and car-modifying world, is a shop that specializes in making some of the coolest Porsche 911s around. Founded in Japan by Akira Nakai, RWB combines Japanese and Euro tuning elements to transform 911s into even more outrageous performance beasts.

How long does it take to build a RWB?

After the customer decides what he wants and payment is wired to Nakai-sans account in Japan, the kit usually takes about two to three months to reach RWB USA unless we’ve agreed to another build location. As of March 2016 there is almost a year wait to have a car built.

What is the best RWB Porsche?

5 Sickest Rauh Welt Begriff Porsches (And 5 Incredible Singer…

  1. 1 Singer: Targa. Via
  2. 2 RWB: American Made. Via
  3. 3 Singer: 1990 Porsche 911. Via
  4. 4 RWB: Baltic Porsche.
  5. 5 Singer: Porsche 911 Maps.
  6. 6 RWB: 1990 964 Carrera.
  7. 7 Singer: 1991 Porsche 911.
  8. 8 RWB: 1992 Porsche 911.

Does RWB do engine mods?

But what goes into an RWB Porsche 911? Each is essentially unique; some have engine mods or even new engines. But at their core, they feature heavily-flared fenders, extremely wide tires, large wings, some aero, and often wild paint jobs. However, they are entirely functional sports cars, The Drive reports.

What year of Porsche is RWB?

The 1985 Porsche 930 looks nothing like its original self. The exhaust tips are a tell-tale sign that the car was not modified in Europe. Everything else shows how talented and creative Rauh Welt Begriff can be.

Will Porsche 993 appreciate?

That combination, along with the rarity factor of a relatively small production run, have helped 993s to maintain their value. And with prices starting to rise, many experts now view them as good investments. A Porsche 993 is likely to be a good investment.