Hoonigan's Brian Scotto bought his 930 back in 2009, when 911s Turbos cost Mitsubishi Evo money. He found one that had received a period power upgrade in 1992, and handed it over to BBI Autosport for a proper tuneup, some custom seat rails that actually let him sit in the car with a helmet on.
Then came the RAUH-Welt Begriff treatment. This "Porker" was one of the first two RWB Porsches built in America. It's also the first turbo and first rear-wheel drive RWB on these shores. Additional modifications include 3-piece custom wheels, a sunroof delete, the brakes off a 993 and custom shocks from KW. There's no headliner, but those huge over-fenders are filled with plenty of Toyo rubber to make sure this Turbo never loses traction.
Is this the coolest car in the Hoonigan garage this side of Ken Block's outrageous oversteering toys? I would think so.