Porsche's "Paint to Sample" scene is pretty big right now, and judging by all the cool, individualized colors the manufacturer has on offer, it's easy to see why. Hell, there's dedicated to GT3s ordered with special Paint to Sample finishes. But we think this color, painted on this 1979 911 Turbo, takes the cake.
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It's Porsche paint code L601, otherwise known as "Lilac." It's a light purple that seems to change color depending on what kind of light it sits under, and what angle you look at the car. It's truly stunning.
Sloan Cars, the sellers of this wonderfully painted automobile, say in its description the color is extremely difficult to photograph. The pictures speak for themselves.
In addition to the rare paintjob, this 911 benefits from a set of sweet "Turbo" rear fender decals, a full dark brown leather interior, 16-inch Fuchs wheels, factory air conditioning, and just 41,877 miles on the clock. The Connecticut-based dealer , but we imagine it's not cheap. Still, for a color like that, we'd say its worth it.