Porsche specialist unveils spectacular ‘restomod’ 993R
Paul Stephens Autoart has given a new lease of life to the 911, though the price tag for the 993R won’t suit everyone’s budget
The so-called “restomod” scene is big business, with small companies taking classic cars and tweaking them to make them faster, more reliable and better to drive. The market for restored and modified Porsches is particularly strong, with firms such as Singer and Guenther Works taking old and already desirable 911s and making them, well, even more desirable.
In south-east England, there’s a Porsche specialist that’s taking a slightly different approach to creating restomods. Paul Stephens ...