People may take offense to this car's existence, but personally, I'm on board with it. It's a rare Porsche 964 Turbo that's had its original powerplant taken out and replaced with an Andial-built 600-horsepower race engine used by Jeff Zwart to win his class at Pikes Peak in 1994.
In addition to the engine swap, the car's climate control system, power windows, and sunroof have been deleted, resulting in a featherweight 2800-pound curb weight. The original whale tail style wing has been replaced with a ducktail piece, and the paint is now a lovely shade of blue.
Andial only built 20 examples of this race engine, so seeing it living and thriving in a well-put together road car is just fine by us—even if it means de-purifying a rare factory model.
Matt Farah of got a chance to drive the race-engined 964 through some canyon roads, and as expected, it's one hell of a machine.
Here's another turbocharged 911 we can't get enough of.