Akira Nakai of Rauh-Welt Begriff (RWB) is arguably the most famous Porsche customizer there is. His cars feature ludicrously widened fenders and massive rear wings that work together to form some of the coolest tuner Porsches out there. One of Nakai's builds, a 1997 993-generation car nicknamed "Baymax," . You should buy it.
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This car was originally built in 2016, and has a bunch of other upgrades in addition to its widened body and cartoonishly large double-stacked wing. There are bumper-mounted canards, brake-cooling air inlets where the fog lights would normally be, Bilstein RS-Pro coil-overs, and custom Rotiform YVR three-piece wheels that measure 13.5 inches wide in the rear. The interior is just as decked out, with a roll cage, a Momo steering wheel, carbon fiber bucket seats, and diamond-stitched leather padding. Nakai even signed the dashboard, Carroll Shelby style.
The car benefits from a recent brake service, which included new pads and rotors all around. Sadly, the ad is pretty vague on drivetrain specifications, saying only that the car is powered by a 3.6-liter flat-six. Interestingly, it at RM Sotheby's Santa Monica event in 2016, but didn't sell. Now, it's up for grabs on eBay with a Buy It Now price of $155,000 or best offer in Hallandale, Florida. We'd probably try to get a little more info from the seller before taking the plunge, but otherwise, it seems like a great opportunity to own a rare piece of custom Porsche history.