2019 Porsche 935 with 600 Miles, Carbon Fiber

Lucky #13 Porsche 935 Limited Edition for Sale

Motivated by the offering of the 49th portrayal of the Porsche 935 which brought more than $1.6 million some time ago, we just located another for bargain on Bring A Trailer, with its closeout planned to stop on January 4th 2024.

This impressive 2019 Porsche 935, the thirteenth to be manufactured, was directed and owned by mainstream back-to-back IMSA champs, Pfaff Motorsport. It features visible carbon fiber panelling, distinctive Agate Gray roofing pillars complemented by a trademark plaid wrap that is found on the adjustable rear wing of the vehicle

To commemorate their 70th anniversary, Porsche built an exclusive 77-strong fleet of 991-based 935 vehicles. Under these cars’ bodies are components derived from the 911 GT2 RS, including a 3.8-liter, twin-turbocharged flat-six engine that produces immense power – a remarkable 700 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque. Transmitted to the rear wheels via a 7-speed PDK dual-clutch unit and an electronically adjustable, race-inspired limited-slip differential, the 935 is designed to thrill.

The one-of-a-kind exterior and unmistakable elongated rear end draws inspiration from the Le Mans-winning “Moby Dick” 935/78 race car. Its side mirrors are similar to those found on the 911 RSR, while the exhaust outlets resemble those of the 908.

The 935 flaunts 18-inch glossy BBS wheels that come with Michelin Pilot Sport GT tyres plus top of the range Brembo brakes (6-piston fronts and 4-piston rears). Furthermore, it is furnished with carbon fiber aerodiscs.

The bare-bones cabin showcases carbon-fiber Recaro racing chairs with 6-point secureness, a roll bar, ebony Alcantara accents, crimson door handles, a side webbing with press-button discharge, and titanium mechanism shifter with a wooden knob as a tribute to the notorious Porsche 917.

A speedy-release, control wheel is equipped with of paddle shifters and regulates of the Cosworth digital dash, found beside an increase gauge and Sport Chrono clock. A sticker to the right of the dashboard categorizes the vehicle as #13 out of 77.

The automobile sits in Ontario, Canada, accompanied by a factory replacement parts package that was offered for an extra $44,000 when the vehicle was first purchased. At the present time, the highest bid comes to $1.6 million (according to the most updated data), which is close to what it might cost when the auction concludes, judging by the last sale.

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