A Strosek ‘Mega 30’ Porsche 911 Restomod With Zero Miles Will Cost You As Much As A New Lambo

A rare Porsche 911 overhauled by Strosek Auto Design is currently up for sale and perfect for anyone who wants a restomod 911 that isn’t a Singer 911.

The car in question is known as the ‘Mega 30’ and will be capped at just 30 units worldwide. Based on a standard 964, the Mega 30 benefits from a number of visual and mechanical modifications. The listing confirms this example has a grand total of zero miles on the clock since it was modified and carries a €300,000 ($340,000) asking price.

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Modifications made to the Mega 30 start at the front where there is a distinctive bumper and new LED headlights. The car also rocks a set of sleek LED daytime running lights incorporated into the bumper. Strosek has also flared the front and rear wheel arches, allowing it to install a set of 19-inch wheels that are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires measuring 245/30 at the front and 295/25 at the rear.

Alterations made to the 911 continue at the rear with a unique bumper and a deployable rear wing.

Strosek has also worked its magic on the engine of the car. The 3.6-liter naturally-aspirated flat-six sports custom engine management software, new camshafts, a different air intake, sports exhaust system, and a 100-cell catalytic converter. A lightweight flywheel and clutch have also been installed alongside new engine mounts. All up, the car pumps out 300 hp through the rear wheels.

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