From the latest 991 911 GT3 back to outlaw 356s and every Porsche in between. This is an incomplete / always expanding selection of customer cars, official shop projects, restorations and personal builds. 

Projectstuka Porsche 930 Turbo viewed from above.

1979 Porsche 911 Turbo #projectstuka

Our latest in-house project. This wild paint, turbo power spare-parts build was completed in only 2 months.

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Front profile view of the 991 GT3 in the parking lot with contrasting light

2014 Porsche 911 GT3

Lüfteknic shop development vehicle. The pinnacle of Porsche track-bred performance. 

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A red 911E parking near a white brick building with atmosphere.

1970 Porsche 911E Coupe

Original owner 1970 911E, hot rod ST inspired build. 3.0 power, balanced looks, a great car. 

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2003 Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Factory Porsche GT3 RS race car, campaigned in the American Le Mans Series in 2003 by ZIP Racing / Hazardous Sports. We have had a hand in caring for this unique example since it was new, and are now the custodians of this piece of Porsche racing history. Currently undergoing a minimal restoration to as-ran ALMS livery. 

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1957 Porsche 356A Speedster

1957 Porsche 356A Speedster

Arguably the car that started it all. Many Porsches have come and gone but this 1957 Porsche 356 Speedster has been a part of the family for decades. 

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Damaged 1964 Porsche 356SC

1964 Porsche 356SC

After an accident sidelined this late 356SC, it sat and languished for several years before the decision was made to resurrect the car. As we often see in cars which saw seasons and moisture there is much more to repair than just the accident damage. New floors, extensive door reconstruction and more. Currently still in progress, with scheduled completion in late 2015. 

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A Black 993 Porsche 911 Turbo view from above as it sits in a parking lot.

1996 Porsche 911 Turbo

A 993 GT2 conversion car, minus the bodywork. Rear wheel drive, bigger turbos and everything to go with it. 

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A completely restored yellow Porsche 914 posing in the parking lot of Lufteknic.

1971 Porsche 914

This original-owner Canary Yellow Porsche 914 had been sitting for approximately 25 years when it arrived at Lüfteknic. A full ground-up restoration was performed and the car was put back to near factory specification as delivered, right down the original dealership license plate frame. 

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Irish Green Porsche 912 in a parking space.

1969 Porsche 912

This 1969 Irish Green Porsche 912 came to Lüfteknic as a very solid restoration candidate, with minimal rust repair needed and still sporting all the original panels, parts and pieces. A full mechanical and aesthetic overall ensued. 

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The Lufteknic porschebus poses in front of a colorful hotel.

1956 Volkswagen Double Door Panel bus

Our shop parts-hauler hot-rod. A 1956 VW Panel bus with 993 power and 911 brakes and suspension. A real blast to drive.

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A red Porsche roadster pictured from the rear next to a lake.

1961 Porsche 356B Roadster

A two owner car, this Roadster was purchased new from the famous Brundage Porsche of Jacksonville and picked up by the current owner back in 1964; restored by Lüfteknic and still racking up the miles.

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A rear 3/4 shot of a race ready 964 RS America

1993 Porsche 911 RS America

Toughening up the 964 RS America. Wrecked on track and rebuilt into a stripped-out track day machine for driver education events and club racing. 

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White 996 Porsche Gt3

2004 Porsche 911 GT3

The original 996 GT3 was a revelation and set a new benchmark for modern Porsche performance. Superior to its standard Carrera brethren in ways perhaps not seen since the now-famous 911 RS, we took this GT3 to the next level for use as a dual-purpose street and track machine. 

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A red 930 turbo sits in a parking lot

1987 Porsche 911 Turbo

180mph Turbo monster. Big turbo, big intercooler, big brakes. 5-speed, 935 type suspension. The vanity plate says it all. 

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A white 997 GT3 under a bridge at night

2007 Porsche 911 GT3

This is our kind of GT3. Owned by a member of the Lüfteknic extended family, this GT3 isn’t languishing in storage but is driven like it was meant to be driven. Put to use on the streets of NYC and taken on day trips all across the northeast, it also sees use at autocross, track days and is a multiple-year veteran of the Green Park at Sebring for the 12 Hour. 

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A 1964 Mercedes fire truck with christmas lights driving down coastal highway at h2oi.

1964 Mercedes 1113 Fire Truck

Richmond Virginia is a long way from the town of Engen in southwest Germany. Our Fire Truck spent decades in the service of Engen before being imported to North Carolina for use at the Weeping Radish Brewery near the Outer Banks, and then finally making its way to Lüfteknic. 

Synergy Racing modified Porsche 911 track car.

2006 Porsche 911 C2

Already outfitted with a roll cage and safety equipment by Synergy Racing, we installed a full array of upgraded suspension components, a Guard differential and a new Recaro seat in this ex-Porsche Driving Experience 997 911 C2. 

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Green 1960 rag top beetle.

1960 Volkswagen Beetle

VW beetle body, Porsche 356 heart. Our original paint, original interior and original sliding rag-top time-capsule 1960 VW Beetle. Porsche 356 engine, brakes and other upgrades. A survivor with patina. 

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